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Strategy (Strategic Objectives)

An overall plan for controlling an incident or situation and describing how, in general terms, the operation will be conducted.

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Tactics (Tactical Objectives)

Action or actions taken to achieve the chosen strategy

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Incident Priorities
(Wildland)

Life
Incident Stabilization
Property and Environment Protection and Conservation

4

In-route / Pre-arrival Considerations
(Wildland) HMCSAE

Helispot Assignment
Monitor Radio Traffic
Communication Plan
Structures Threatened
Additional Resources
Establish Jurisdiction (Notify FCCF)
SRA-IAZ-USFS

5

What Forms Needed
(Wildland)

662 (Incident Activity Record)
220 (Major Incident/Fire Info)
56 (Brush Incident Command Worksheet)

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What would be your size up report?

Location of fire by address/intersection.
Size of fire in acres
Type of fuel (Light Brush, Grass, etc...)
Speed of Spread
Direction of Spread
Special Instructions (Homes or Values Threatened)

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What are your Tactical Priorities?
(Wildland) SPPPACES

Assign Helispot
Traffic Control
Water Supply
Structure Protection
Perimeter Control (Anchor Flank Pinch) using Divisions
Protect the Point of Origin (If Known)
Progressive Hose Lays / Line Construction around perimeter. 1 1/2" PHL Entire Perimeter >300'
Anchor and flank. Assign resources and set objectives.
Create Divisions w/ appropriate personnel from the point now origin - in direction of fire travel.
Evacuation Plan developed from the WPAP
Surround fire with progressive hose lays and line construction
Have 1st in Camp Superintendent become Crew coordinator
Have an evacuation plan on all wildland fires that threaten inhabited areas. WPAP will contain vac plan info.

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What Assignments would you make?
(Wildland)

ORGANIZATION
Determine Jurisdiction
Rt. Flank Lt. Flank DIV. & GROUP Assignments
Multi Agency fires shall work together using common protocols
STRUCTURE PROTECTION
Always look for opportunities to control the fire
Controlling the fire - protect the structures
Firing around structures is a blast resort tactic
STRUCTURE PROTECTION GROUP
PERIMETER CONTROL
2 or more engines needed to make an effective offensive attack

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How will your assignments support the IAP?
(Wildland)

Developed Plan made known (Objectives & Strategies)
Protect Life, Property, and the Environment
Incident Stabilization

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What will your request for resources be?
(Wildland)

Second Alarm
Strike Team Increments
Immediate need for closest engines

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What is your command structure?
(Wildland)

ICP
Staging/Checkin Locations
Divisions/Groups
Air, Dozers, Camps

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As a Division or Group Supervisor, What are your concerns?
(Wildland)

Responsible for the implementation for the assigned portion of the IAP
Responsible for the assignment of resources within the division or group.
Reporting the situation, progress, and needs within the Div/Group

13

Whom might you consider in your notifications?
(Wildland)

Animal Control
Water Company
Power Company
Road Department
City Representatives
PD/CHP
RED Cross
Arson Code "D" "A"

14

What is contained in your Transfer of Command to BC?
(Wildland)

General Sit Stat
IAP (ICS Organization, goals and objectives, ordered sequence of events)
Re-Stat (Deployment, assignment, and location of all Resources)
Appraisal of needs for additional resources
Specific safety hazards, life and property loss potential

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What are the 6 Check In Locations?
(Wildland)

Command Post
Camps
Base
Div/Group
Helibase
Staging

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Extra things to note?
(Wildland)

5 acres = Mop up 50' in from the edge
Cold trail necessary around all fires

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Wildland Methods of Attack

Direct - Offensive/trying for quick knockdown. Working directly on the fires flanks/continuous line
Indirect Attack - Fire is dictating action / Defensive action. Use naturally constructed barriers - let fires burn until that point & self extinguish
Parallel Attack - Work parallel to the fires flank in the unburned (5' to 50' from the black). Used to strengthen the line, encompass burning logs etc...

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1st Alarm Response
(Wildland)

7 Engines
1 Patrol
3 helicopter (1 with crew)
4 Ground Crews
1 Dozer Team
1 Water Tender
3 Superintendents
2 Super Scoopers (Seasonal)
1 PM Squad
2 BC's

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2nd Alarm Response
(Wildland)

5 Engines
4 Ground Crews
1 Dozer Team
1 Water Tender
1 Heavy Equipment Superintendent
1 Heli-Tender
1 Heli-Tanker
2 BC's
1 AC

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3rd Alarm Response
(Wildland)

10 Engines
2 BC's
1 DC

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What is Contained in your Follow-up report
(Wildland)

Name the Incident
Identify ICP Location
Request Additional Resources
Identify Staging/Check-in Locations
We get Com Plan now
Provide Situation-Progress-Needs to FCCF every 30-45 minutes