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Modular Airborne Firefighting System

MAFFS supports Rocky Mountain wildland fires
See below for news, information and multimedia products on the United State's only-Air Force 
Reserve aerial firefightering organization: the 302nd Airlift Wing

tabMAFFS supports Rocky Mountain wildfires 
>SECDEF visits with 302nd Airlift Wing members
>Air Force aerial firefighting continues against Rocky Mountain fires
>AF aerial firefighters drop 11K gallons of retardant on West Fork Complex fire
>MAFFS C-130s drop more than 50,000 gallons of retardant against West Fork Complex fires
>MAFFS capability increased for Rocky Mountain region
>AF Reserve MAFFS C-130s respond to Lime Gulch fire
>AF Reserve aerial firefighters provide support to ongoing Rocky Mountain hot spots
>Command Group for National Airborne Fire Fighting System Activates
>AF Reserve aerial fire fighters eager to continue suppression efforts
>MAFFS support Black Forest fire
>Air Force MAFFS operations drop 25,000 gallons of retardant on first day of activation
>Colorado Air Force Reservists to deploy 'MAFFS' in support of southern Colorado fires
tabMAFFS in the News 
tabMAFFS in Action 
tabIN FOCUS: MAFFS in Thailand 
IN FOCUS: Photos from MAFFS in Thailand
Click the above graphic to see a photo slideshow
of Air Force Reserve Airmen and their experience of
training the Royal Thai Air Force on aerial firefighting

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tabUnits supporting MAFFS
302nd Airlift Wing

302nd Airlift Wing
Colorado Springs, Colo.


145th Airlift Wing

145th Airlift Wing 
Charlotte, N.C.


153rd Airlift Wing 
153rd Airlift Wing 
Cheyenne, Wyom.


146th Airlift Wing

146th Airlift Wing 
Channel Islands, Calif.

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