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Registration / Serial:N16973
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 212
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 212/450 (H-1 Iroquois/Venom)
Aircraft Version:Bell 212 Twin Two-Twelve
Operator / Titles:Evergreen Helicopters
C/n (msn):30882
City / Airport:Delta Junction (D66)Map
Region / Country:Alaska, United States
Photo Date:11 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact
Photo ID:131411
View count: 28
Awaiting its next mission at the Delta Junction Helitack base.
Registration / Serial:N16973
Aircraft Version:Bell 212 Twin Two-Twelve
Operator / Titles:Evergreen Helicopters
C/n (msn):30882
City / Airport:Delta Junction (D66)
Photo Date:11 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact
Registration / Serial:N16973
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 212
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 212/450 (H-1 Iroquois/Venom)
Aircraft Version:Bell 212 Twin Two-Twelve
Operator / Titles:Evergreen Helicopters
C/n (msn):30882
City / Area:Anderson / Parks Highway 290.8 [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Alaska, United States
Photo Date:7 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact
Photo ID:128344
View count: 27
While battling the Parks Highway Fire, Evergreen's Bell 212 N16973 has just reloaded its basket for the umpteenth time, this time in a small pond beside the road, just north of the fire area. This fire eventually became a major wildfire, raging intensely for more than four weeks, during which it consumed 467 kmĀ² (115,500 acres) of forest south and east of Nenana. It wasn't until 1 Nov 2006 before it was officially declared "out". It was by far the largest wildfire in Alaska in 2006.
Registration / Serial:N16973
Aircraft Version:Bell 212 Twin Two-Twelve
Operator / Titles:Evergreen Helicopters
C/n (msn):30882
City / Area:Anderson / Parks Highway 290.8 [ Off-Airport ]
Photo Date:7 June 2006
Photo by:Aad van der VoetContact