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Jump-12, an Alaska Smokejumper Casa, makes it final approach to Chalkytsik, Alaska, as a plume rises from burnout operations on the Bearnose Hill Fire (#407) on Sunday afternoon, July 21, 2019. The aircraft was delivering personnel to the Chalkyitsik Complex. Ed Sanford/Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team

Chalkyitsik Complex fires active; warmer weather ahead

Chalkyitsik Complex – #466 (Tractor Trail 2 – #348, Frozen Calf Fire – #367, Bearnose Hill Fire – #407, and Tettjajik Creek #424) – 422,023 acres – 276 personnel are assigned to the complex Fire behavior was active on all four fires of the Chalkyitsik Complex but did not reach the extremes that were seen […]

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Baker Fire burnout operations update, July 11

Announcement  July 11, 2015   Residents are advised that burnout operations will begin between noon and 3 pm today, July 11th. Burnout operations could continue for up to two days. Increased smoke and fire personnel activity are to be expected in these areas. Residents impacted by smoke are encouraged to use their preplanned route away […]

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