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    U.S. Soldiers help fight wildfires in South Korea

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    CAMP HUMPHREYS, PYEONGTAEK, Republic of Korea —
    United States Forces Korea personnel and assets are supporting efforts to contain and extinguish wild fires today in Gangwon province, Republic of Korea, located 130 miles northeast of Seoul.

    In coordination with the Republic of Korea Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Forces Command, USFK is supporting firefighting efforts with two UH-60 Black Hawks. The Black Hawks have specially-designed aircraft buckets, called a Bambi Buckets, to scoop water and drop it on designated areas. Nine personnel including pilots and crew chiefs from 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade are supporting the effort. Additional assets are on standby if needed.



    Date Taken: 04.05.2019
    Date Posted: 04.06.2019 04:52
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 670426
    VIRIN: 190405-A-BM744-260
    Filename: DOD_106612678
    Length: 00:02:46
    Location: KR

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