Wildland Fire Apparatus

1940-2001 Photo Gallery

Wildland Fire Apparatus
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Format: Paperback / softback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781583880562
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
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Enjoy more than 400 photographs of the rugged and varied equipment used to fight wild fires. This includes brush rigs, airplanes, helicopters, converted military vehicles, and much more.

The many up-close and detailed shots of the numerous vehicles, machines and airplanes used to save our forests and wildlife, will thrill enthusiasts. 

The author

John Rieth has been taking photos of fire trucks since he was 9 years old, after his father got him hooked. He went on to receive an Associate Degree in Fire Science and a Bachelor of Fire Service Management. Today he is an Observer for the Forest Fire Service of New Jersey and an active member of several volunteer fire departments. John has contributed to many of the fire apparatus magazine articles, as well as pictures ad information for many books on fire apparatus, and has authored a few of his own through Iconografix.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781583880562
Illustrations: 400+ photos
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in x 0.563 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm x 14.288 mm
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