Hawaii Guard Fights Fires

Berry, Regina
October 2007
Soldiers;Oct2007, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p44
The article deals with the response of the Hawaii Army National Guard Soldiers to the wildfire that broke on the northwest coast of Hawaii. Water drops were performed by two Hawaii Guard CH-47 Chinooks to support the ground units fighting the wildfire. About 4.02 million pounds of water was used in fighting the wildfire, according to Colonel Stephen F. Logan, the aviation officer of the Hawaii Guard's Army.


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