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Staley Fire Photographs

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Photo shows a narrow gravel road with trees lining each side. The right side of the road shows black where a burnout removed smaller vegetation.  Some trees have been felled and removed form the area, leaving balck to the road's edge.

Photo road on Staley
Posted on: 09/03/17 12:36 pm

Picture of personnel in the office.

The Finance Section Keeps People Paid and Working.
Posted on: 09/01/17 06:23 pm

Photo of firefighters mopping up.

Mop-up is hard work.
Posted on: 09/01/17 06:16 pm

Picture of portable tanks and water truck.

Portable tanks and pumps essential.
Posted on: 09/01/17 06:09 pm

Picture of firefighter with drip torce.

Burnout along a difficult ridge.
Posted on: 09/01/17 06:05 pm

Picture of firefighter using a drip torch to light fire below a road.

Burnout Below the Road
Posted on: 08/27/17 08:56 am

A firefighter points a gun toward a steep area with smoke.  He shoots a flare which creates a burst of light at the end of the gun barrel.

Firefighter shoots flare to ignite fuel
Posted on: 08/27/17 08:40 am

Two men install a remote automated weather station on a mountain ridge near the Staley Fire. The station measures wind, temperature, humidity and fuel moisture to help fire managers. Starion is a metal box with solar panel and satellite detection panel.

Remote Automated Weather Station installation
Posted on: 08/26/17 10:18 am

Photo of airplane scooping water out of the reservoir.

CL-415 Scooper Aircraft Used on the Staley Fire
Posted on: 08/25/17 07:43 pm

Using Logging Equipment to Build Wide Fire Lines
Posted on: 08/23/17 11:33 pm

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