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Weber, David Ollier
January 2010
High Country News;1/18/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p8
A biography Jeanne Pincha-Tulley, U.S. Forest Service incident commander type 1 and chief of fire and aviation management of Tahoe National Forest in California, is presented. Pincha-Tulley is considered as the first and only woman to be named in charge of the California Interagency Incident Management Team 3. She is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and graduated with a degree in forest economics and fire science at the University of Washington. Details on her career development are offered.


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