Us forest fire on the edge of military base? Threat to parked tanker

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 Us forest fire on the edge of military base? Threat to parked tanker


Capt. Kyle Nelson, a U.S. air force helicopter pilot, released the photos. Later, the public affairs office at Fairchild Air Force Base confirmed that the fire had passed the air force bases cordon, and that firefighters had rushed to the scene to put out the fire. At present, neither the facilities nor the aircraft at the base were in danger.

Wildfires have spread beyond Fairchild air force base

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The fire, which broke out near medical lake, has spread to at least 40 acres and threatens houses and other buildings near the air force base, the report said. The fire was Ironic for Fairchild air force base, because kc-135r large-scale aerial refueling aircraft were deployed at the base of the 92nd air tanker wing. Last week, 17 kc-10a tankers from Travis Air Force Base in California landed at Fairchild air force base. They were trying to avoid the fire in California, but they didnt expect that Fairchild Air Force Base was also threatened by wildfires. Smoke billows over the tarmac at Fairchild air force base, where a large number of tankers are parked. At present, the U.S. military hopes that firefighters can control the fire at Fairchild air force base and surrounding areas as soon as possible, so as not to cause more damage. Source: global network editor: Yao Wenguang_ NN1682

The fire, which broke out near medical lake, has spread to at least 40 acres and threatens houses and other buildings near the air base, the report said.

The fire was Ironic for Fairchild air force base, because kc-135r large-scale aerial refueling aircraft were deployed at the base of the 92nd air tanker wing. Last week, 17 kc-10a tankers from Travis Air Force Base in California landed at Fairchild air force base. They were trying to avoid the fire in California, but they didnt expect that Fairchild Air Force Base was also threatened by wildfires.

Smoke billows over the tarmac at Fairchild air force base, where a large number of tankers are parked.

At present, the U.S. military hopes that firefighters can control the fire at Fairchild air force base and surrounding areas as soon as possible, so as not to cause more damage.