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High Park fire

Colorado Army National Guard Sgt. Timothy Apodaca, military policeman with the 220th Military Police Company, controls entry to the fire access areas at traffic control point 12, which is just off Highway 114, north of Fort Collins, Colo., June, 15, 2012. The Colorado National Guard is here to assist the Larimer Country Sheriff’s office with evacuations and to protect personnel and property during the High Park fire.



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This work, High Park fire [Image 1 of 4], by SGT Zach Sheely, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.15.2012

Date Posted:06.16.2012 22:50

Photo ID:605118

VIRIN:120615-Z-VX744-027

Resolution:2480x1632

Size:1.16 MB

Location:FORT COLLINS, CO, USGlobe

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Colorado National Guard provides security in Larimer County: Battle against High Park fire earns whole new meaning for state’s military

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