Firefighters and Brush Fire

| November 2, 2013 | 0 Comments
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division UH-60 Black Hawk douses a hot spot during an aerial attack on a stubborn brush fire, Oct. 26. The fire began Oct. 15 and rekindled Oct 17, lingering until Oct. 24. (Photo by Stefanie Gardin, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division UH-60 Black Hawk douses a hot spot during an aerial attack on a stubborn brush fire, Oct. 26. The fire began Oct. 15 and
rekindled Oct 17, lingering until Oct. 24. (Photo by Stefanie Gardin, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — Col. Daniel Whitney, commander, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, joins recipients of the Federal Fire Life Saving Award for a photo op following a short ceremony at the Federal Fire Station, here, Tuesday. Responders (from left) Lt. John Makua, firefighter; paramedics Jonathan Rodriguez and Anthony Young; and Battalion Chief Neil Fujioka all assisted in a spontaneous rescue operation in Wahiawa, Aug. 12, when an unresponsive 51-year-old driver was discovered in cardiac arrest in his still-running vehicle. Rodriguez and Young forced their way into the man's locked vehicle, administered CPR and delivered the man to Wahiawa Hospital. Their quick work is credited with saving the man's life. (Photo by Jack Wiers, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — Col. Daniel Whitney, commander, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, joins
recipients of the Federal Fire Life Saving Award for a photo op following a short ceremony at the Federal Fire Station, here, Tuesday.
Responders (from left) Lt. John Makua, firefighter; paramedics Jonathan Rodriguez and Anthony Young; and Battalion Chief Neil Fujioka all assisted in a spontaneous rescue operation in Wahiawa, Aug. 12, when an unresponsive 51-year-old driver was discovered in cardiac arrest in his still-running vehicle. Rodriguez and Young forced their way into the man’s locked vehicle, administered CPR and delivered the man to Wahiawa Hospital. Their quick work is credited with saving the man’s life. (Photo by Jack Wiers, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

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