RT-130, Wildland Fire Safety Training Annual Refresher (WFSTAR)

AFUE Aerial Firefighting Use and Effectiveness

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Aerial Firefighting Use and Effectiveness (AFUE) is a chartered study through the US Forest Service. This study is an exploration of critical questions; questions such as: Where, When, Why, How, and How Well are aerial firefighting resources being used? AFUE products are intended to assist and inform, both aerial firefighting in particular, and wildland fire management in general.
Category: Aviation
Core Component(s): Current Issues, Other Hazards & Safety Issues
Estimated Delivery Time: 30 minutes; Video Length: 18:34

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    WFSTAR guides are currently being updated and will be added to each module page as they are completed.  In the interim, please use the following guide for this module.  This guide is not completely Section 508 compliant.  If you need an accessible version, please contact Travis Touchette at ttouchet@blm.gov.

     

     

     

     

    Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
    2019-04-09

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