El Dorado Fire in San Bernardino County

Starman918

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There are quite a few.
168.0500 NIFC Tac 1, 168.2000 NIFC Tac 2, 168.6000 NIFC Tac 3, 163.1000 Deck-Redlands Helibase, 136.000 Rotor Victor, 168.4875 Air/Ground 53, 176.1125 Region 5, Tac 5, 168.2375, Region 5, Tac 6.
I will try to post more.
 

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There are quite a few.
168.0500 NIFC Tac 1, 168.2000 NIFC Tac 2, 168.6000 NIFC Tac 3, 163.1000 Deck-Redlands Helibase, 136.000 Rotor Victor, 168.4875 Air/Ground 53, 176.1125 Region 5, Tac 5, 168.2375, Region 5, Tac 6.
I will try to post more.
Typo, R5 Tac 5 should be 167.1125.
 

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Since it is a Unified Command, NIFC frequencies are being used
NIFC frequencies are available for all agencies, depending on the circumstances and for incidents other than fire. Cal Fire was using NIFC frequencies in the Santa Cruz Mtns. (CZU Complex) and they were not in Unified Command with any federal agencies. State frequencies have to be committed and the portable repeaters in the NIFC cache are particularly useful. NIFC is where the buck stops for all things related to wildland fire and some all risk incidents involving fire agencies. They also coordinate requests to and from foreign countries. I visited the dispatch room at NIFC in the mid 1980's, while taking a training course. Someone apologized for not giving us the tour, but they were responding to requests by the government of Costa Rica that day in February.
 
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