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A photocopy of a report by smokejumper Jack Heintzelman of somkejumping activity in United States Forest Service Region 6, which includes much of the Pacific Northwest. Heintzelman jumped out of the Cave Junction Smokejumper Base in southern Oregon from 1943-1945 and continued to service in the Forest Service for many years. The report includes summaries of various aspects of smokejumping in the region including equipment, personnel, and training. It also includes first-hand narratives about specific jumps.
Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region
Smokejumping; Smokejumpers -- United States; United States Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region; National Smokejumper Association; Wildfire fighters
Eastern Washington University Archives and Special Collections
Heintzelman, Jack G., "Smokejumper Project: Region Six" (1943). Publications on Smokejumping. 16.