This section of our website is used to keep our "pack-tested" firefighters updated on current events and our current status.  If we are trying to put a crew together, you can find out here; when a crew is posted, we will let you know here.     Likewise, if there is a reason we cannot post a crew for out of state assignments, we will let you know here.
We will also use this space to keep you updated on resources we have out of state on assignments, similar to the fire information phone line.

Hopefully this will provide you with the information you need.  If there is something else you would like to see added to this page, please send your suggestion to Jen Little - jennifer.little@dred.nh.go

Thank you for all of your support!

CURRENT STATUS

                              National Preparedness Level

    2

Eastern Area Preparedness Level

1

Currently Working on Putting a NH Crew Together YES
Number of NH Crews Currently Posted 1
Number of NH Crews Currently on Assignment 0
Number of NH Crews deployed (YTD) 0
Number of NH Single Resources Currently Posted 0
Number of NH Single Resources Currently on Assignment 2
Number of NH Single Resources deployed (YTD) 1
Number of NH Engines Currently Posted 0
Number of NH Engines Currently on Assignment 0
Number of rotations (2 week assignments) 
NH Engines have been deployed for (YTD)
0
Information Updated

7/6/2016



DISCUSSION AND INFORMATION FROM
THE FOREST PROTECTION BUREAU
 


Yarnell Hill Fire Investigation Report has been released

Click Here
 to view the Report


Click Here
 to view the Briefing Video

To view the Northeast Interagency Coordination Center's "Availability List"
Click Here

For information on specific incidents nationwide, go to the InciWeb Incident Information System Website

For the Eastern Area Coordination Center Daily Morning Briefing
Click Here

To read the Interagency Resource Representative's (IARR) Report and learn about Eastern Area Crew's (including NH) on deployment in the U.S.
Go to the EACC Home Page and scroll down the right column
Click Here

Firefighters going to Quebec will need to be outfitted with steel-toed boots.
Click Here for Fact Sheet

If you have any questions please contact
Captain John Dodge: (603) 227-8731 or
Jen Little: (603) 271-2214

Thank you.

 For extra training.
Check out the following links for:

 Aviation Training: https://www.iat.gov/Training/pages/online.asp

General Wildland Fire Training 
(including the S-260, Interagency bussiness Management): http://training.nwcg.gov/courses.html

HISTORICAL INFORMATION

 Year

 Number of NH
Crews deployed

Number of NH 
Single Resources deployed  

Number of rotations
(2 week assignments)
 NH Engines were deployed for

2011

2

 9

0

2012

4 7 2

2013

3 3 0

2014

 1

2

0