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    Charter Member 2017 srgalahad's Avatar
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    For EasyEd and Aerial Firefighting fans

    Found while researching a related project - New York State forest rangers including pics of some interesting fire fighting aircraft

    http://nysforestrangers.com/rangers-pictorial4.htm

    Among others...


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    Hey All,

    That is a very cool site - luv the old planes vehicles - all of it - emailed to my work. Thank You Sir!

    -Ed-
    My heroes have always been cowboys and they all carried guns-
    and they all rode horses-that is all but one.
    When he went to the rescue he flew a Cessna plane.
    His ranch was called the "Flying Crown" and "Sky King" was his name. -Jim Dilly-

    The rich man writes the book of laws that the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men. - Ricky Skaggs-

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    What an amazing site.. Thank you.

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    I grew up up there in the North Country of NY and remember the times if fire and snow. Back in the 60s the weather was a lot rougher than it is today. Great web link Galahad. Thanks
    Gary -

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