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The park wildfire grew rapidly overnight, pushing beyond the park's borders and threatening nearby communities.
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According to park officials, the fire grew from about six square miles on Tuesday to about 55 square miles on Wednesday and is 10 percent contained.
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Ellsworth Airmen worked with more than 330 firefighters from four surrounding states to combat the wildfire covering 55 square miles of the park.
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Ellsworth Airmen worked with more than 330 firefighters from four surrounding states to combat the wildfire covering 55 square miles of the park.
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Ellsworth Airmen worked with more than 330 firefighters from four surrounding states to combat the wildfire covering 55 square miles of the park.
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Ellsworth Airmen worked with more than 330 firefighters from four surrounding states to combat the wildfire covering 55 square miles of the park.
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Ellsworth Airmen worked with more than 330 firefighters from four surrounding states to combat the wildfire covering 55 square miles of the park.
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During the exercise, Joint Terminal Attack Controllers from the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force provided B-1 bomber aircrews and UH-1N Huey aviators, tactical information for targets.
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While B-1 aircrews from the 34th Bomb Squadron at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., scanned the area and simulated neutralizing larger targets, the Huey crew provided additional close air support, utilizing their small arms to take on individual targets.
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During the training, the Joint Terminal Attack Controllers from the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force, switched back and forth between the different aircraft, relaying targets to both of them at the same time.
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During the training, B-1s aircrews scanned the area and neutralized larger targets, while the Huey crew provided close air support.
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Helicopter teams from F.E. Warren AFB trained with Ellsworth B-1 aircrews and the Joint Terminal Attack Controllers from the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force, in an area of the Powder River Training Complex in western South Dakota, from Dec. 4 to 8, 2017.
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The exercise provided each of the three units an opportunity to integrate with other Air Force Global Strike Command platforms and improve their strengths and capabilities in the field.
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The exercise was the Huey aircrew’s first time training with the B-1 bomber and was designed to help prepare them for real-world situations.
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The exercise provided Akerson and other helicopter aviators the unique opportunity to work with both the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force Joint Terminal Attack Controllers and Ellsworth B-1 bomber aircrews.
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