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2012 Wildland Fire Season
Posted: Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Dear Inbound friends and family,


The 2012 fire season preparedness is in full swing.  We will have our first refresher training of the year on March 24th in Eugene.  This training is only seven weeks away!  For those of you with experience, it is my hope that you will undertake a pre-season fitness regime and come to one of the early refresher trainings.  Please RSVP directly with me at 503-473-4851.


We will have additional refresher trainings in April, May, and June.  Also, we will have only two S130/S190 new firefighter trainings this year, both in June.  I would like to see all Inbound supervisors attend an early training event to secure their positions and help us to coordinate our planning and assignments for the upcoming season.  As usual, CPR and first aid classes will be offered in June as well.


I am looking forward to seeing all of you, hopefully in great shape and ready to execute our assignments.  For those of you who are new firefighters, please RSVP directly with me via email or cell phone.  I have updated the employment documents on the website, and I will collect updated information from everyone during the training events.


Thanks and I appreciate all of your hard work getting ready for another fire season.  We are a reflection of your dedication and we can only be as good as our employees make us.  The work of a wildland firefighter is arduous, but we can excel if we put the work in now to be ready when the fires come.  When we arrive at the fire in great shape, with good equipment and a good attitude, the incident management team is extremely happy.  That is really the best way for us to seperate ourselves from other contractors in a positive way.  


Good things, Dillon