The U.S. Forest Service announced May 6 contracts had been awarded for seven new next generation firefighting air tankers. Now there’s another hang-up.
Chief of the U.S. Forest Service Tom Tidwell announced Monday that seven new ‘Next Generation’ airtankers will join the current national firefighting airtanker fleet.
The U.S. Forest Service will conduct its annual training for military MAFFS C-130 air tankers the week of May 6 over southern Wyoming and northern Colorado.
Naming rights and sponsorships of stadiums is common place. So are sponsorships of race cars. How about for air tankers?
Amid talk of budgets and the sequester, the U.S. Forest Service Chief was questioned Tuesday about the agency’s 2014 budget on Capitol Hill.