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  • Black Hawk helicopters assist in Kansas wildfire fight

    Four UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters piloted and crewed by Kansas Army National Guard Soldiers joined the Anderson Creek wildfire fight on March 26. The helicopters arrived in Medicine Lodge on March 26 and dropped approximately 124 buckets of water, equating to an estimated total of more than 68,000 gallons, on active flames and hot spots as directed by incident officials March 26-27. According to the Kansas Forest Service, the Anderson Creek Fire is the largest in state history.

Black Hawk helicopters assist in Kansas wildfire fight

Four UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters piloted and crewed by Kansas Army National Guard Soldiers joined the Anderson Creek wildfire fight on March 26. The helicopters arrived in Medicine Lodge on March 26 and dropped approximately 124 buckets of water, equating to an estimated total of more than 68,000 gallons, on active flames and hot spots as directed by incident officials March 26-27. According to the Kansas Forest Service, the Anderson Creek Fire is the largest in state history.