Scooping the Rio del Hombre

By Tech. Sgt. Sonny CohrsMarch 22, 2007

The Soldiers scoop up a bucket of water from the river.
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Staff Sgt. Michael Wagner (left) and Sgt. Chris Salmond check the position of their 2,000 gallon bucket.
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The Soldiers release the water from the bucket using a remote control device. In a real situation, the water would be released over a structural blaze or wildfire.
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