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Army Withdraws Command Post from California Wildfire
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1, 2007 – An Army organization that provides support to civil authorities during emergencies is withdrawing its command-and-control detail from southern California, according to a U.S. Army North news release.  Story
National Guard Ready for Fires’ Aftermath
VALLEY CENTER, Calif., Oct. 31, 2007 – Under a sky still smoky from active wildfires, National Guard citizen-soldiers prepared for the flash floods and mudslides that will come long after the flames are extinguished ...   Story
Defense Logistics Agency Supports Wildfire Relief Effort
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29, 2007 – In the midst of fires raging in California, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Department's largest combat support agency, has come to the aid ...   Story
C-130 Firefighters Face Special Challenges
CHANNEL ISLANDS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Calif., Oct. 28, 2007 – Military crews in the planes dropping fire retardant on wildfires in southern California face hazards and challenges unique to their humanitarian mission.   Story
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Army National Guard Troops Attack Wildfires by Air, Land Airmen Continue Fight on Southern California Wildfires
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