Air National Guard C-130 over plumes of smoke from the Beckwourth Complex Fire July 9, 2021 near Frenchman Lake in N. California
Air National Guard C-130, MAFFS 9 out of Reno, Nev. flying over the plumes of smoke after dropping retardant on the Beckwourth Complex Fire July 9, 2021 near Frenchman Lake in N. California. Many resources, including the three Air National Guard C-130s--two from Nevada and one from California will assist in battling the Beckwourth Complex Fire in Northern California. The DoD, through the commander, U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM), provides support to the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) in conducting wildland fire fighting operations as requested. First Air Force (Air Forces Northern), U.S. Northern Command’s Air Component Command, is the DoD’s operational lead for the aerial military efforts.
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