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Wildland Fires

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Does anyone have a air fighting fires helos or slurry droppers file you could send me & frequencies that they use in the state to fight fires. I live in the Loveland area. I use PSREdit500/600. Natl Incident Radio Support Cache / Natl Interagency Fire Ctr, freq's they have I don't have all them in my scanner & a lot I do have is not on the Natl Incident Radio Support Cache / Natl Interagency Fire Ctr.. I was going to try and import them but didn't know what to look for in the list of counties or how you do it with the helos & planes. I have a Pro-106/197. Do they change freq's every time they fight a fire or usually stay on the same ones?
 
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initial attack in that zone should be 166.9125 and 169.0875 a/g and 126.0250 a/a.
Once an incident is established, they *should* request incident specific aviation frequencies assigned.
 
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