Mt Baldy incident? LA Co Fire

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Mt Baldy incident. LA Co Fire

Just got an all call on LA CO Fire MDT for staffing for Mt Baldy incident. 35 acres so far.
 
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Hearing Traffic on Blue 4, (Sitting here in Ontario) but they also said they are working on "Region 5 Air to Ground" but i dont know that one, assuming it is CDF though
 

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170.0000 USFS R-5


Stormchaser_35 said:
Hearing Traffic on Blue 4, (Sitting here in Ontario) but they also said they are working on "Region 5 Air to Ground" but i dont know that one, assuming it is CDF though
 

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There is a lengthy discussion here:
http://www.wrightwoodcalif.com/forum/index.php?topic=11493.msg180410

And some photos and more info here:
http://rimoftheworld.net/columns/neufeld/firefighters_near

I was just outside and I'm assuming the winds are dying down a bit up there. The header appears to be mellowing out (from my current vantage point in San Bernardino anyway) and some scattered clouds are starting to collect out that way.

Is most of the radio traffic on USFS ANF and LaCoFD frequencies? I'm not hearing anything on my Pro-96 which is pretty much full of San Bernardino County and Riverside County frequencies. I really need to set this thing up for L.A. and Orange Counties as well.
 
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I believe that the USFS ANF has taken over the incident. I hear some stuff on the ANF Forest Net, but I'm too far to hear the tac frequencies which are on simplex.
 
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