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(@nickbrandimarto)
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I am currently a volunteer structural firefighter and a member of the EMS. I am very interested in becoming a smokejumper, and would appreciate any information on doing so.


   
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(@kevinwillsey)
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looking for contact information for all the smoke jumping training programs in US. any help would be greatly appreciated.


   
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(@ranger151)
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hello all. i am an ex army ranger. i have jumped out of 768 airplanes and would like to get into smokejumping. i would appreciate any info that you could give me. thank you very much. always remember... keep your feet and knees togother....AIRBORNE...


   
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(@raybrown)
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Joined: 24 years ago
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I have a friend who is interested in doing a photohistory of firefighting in general and smokejumping in particular. I am an ex jumper and would like to help her out on this project. Any feedback would be appreciated. Anyone who would like can email me at rdb03@hotmail.com Thanks


   
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(@ferrari)
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can someone give me an idea of the salary of an average smoke jumper?


   
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(@kimarx)
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Who or what is a smoke-jumper?
Love these American terms.
Is there much left to burn in the States?
What have been the environmental consequences if any of last summer's fires?

Kim(from the Russia board)


   
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(@smketer)
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check out www.spotfireimages.com


   
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