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All Links in Category: 'Smokejumpers Links'
 
 
This is the USWFA page dedicated to Smokejumpers.
 
 
This is a page listing the contact information for all the 9 permanent Smokejumper bases in the US.
 
 
This is an official site for the West Yellowstone Smokejumpers. They are based just north of West Yellowstone, Montana, USA.
 
 
This is the official government site for the Redmond Smokejumpers. They are based in Redmond, Oregon, USA.
 
 
This is the official government site for the California Smokejumpers. Region 5. They are based in Redding, California, USA.
 
 
This is an unofficial site for the North Cascades Smokejumpers. Based in Winthrop, Washington, USA.
 
 
This is an unofficial site for the Missoula Smokejumpers.
 
 
This is the official government site for the Missoula Smokejumpers. They are located in Missoula, Montana, USA.
 
 
This is the official government site for the Alaska Smokejumpers. They work for both the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service. They are based in Ft. Wainwright, Alaska, USA.
 
 
This is the official government site for the McCall Smokejumpers.
 
 
The McCall Smokejumpers unofficial Website. They are based in McCall, Idaho, USA.
 
 
This is the unofficial site for the Alaska Smokejumpers.
 
 
This is the official Grangeville Smokejumpers website. They are located in Grangeville, Idaho, USA.
 
 
An article about Russian Smokejumpers in National Geographic Magazine in August 2002. In Russian they are called "Avialesookhrana".
 
 
The official website of the venerable "Triple Nickles", 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion that jumped on fires in the U.S. Northwest at the tail end of WWII.
 
 
Bruce L. "Buck" Nelson's personal page about his 20+ years as a BLM (Bureau of Land Management) Smokejumper based in Alaska.
 
 
A very extensive link for Smokejumper specific information.
 
 
 

 
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