Granite Mountain Hotshots
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Video: Mike Rowe honors Granite Mountain Hotshots in new Facebook series–
Mike Rowe featured the Wildland Firefighter Guardian Institute in his "Returning the Favor" Facebook series
Video: ‘Only the Brave’ cast pays tribute to first responders–
The actors teamed up to speak of the bravery the Granite Mountain Hotshots showed when they battled the Yarnell Hill wildfire
How to secure and protect one of your most important tools in the field–
The LaunchPort Rugged System by iPort offers rugged protection, wireless charging and convenient access for your iPad
Plans for Yarnell Hotshots' station in the works–
One proposal discussed at the meeting suggests the building should be bought and used as a training site; others wanted the station to serve as a museum
Yarnell Hotshot families fight to save fire station–
Officials said selling the station would generate revenue that would help pay for the city’s public safety pension program
Court: Mother of fallen Yarnell hotshot has no right to sue–
The judges stated that there was no evidence that acts during the wildfire were done with the direct object of injuring the firefighters
Q&A: Granite Mountain Hotshot survivor–
"I've learned to just talk and listen, listen to people's grief.... I'm not famous for being an Olympic gold medalist, I'm not famous for inventing the cure for cancer ... I'm famous for losing my brothers."
Production on deadly Ariz. fire movie set to begin Monday–
The director of 'Granite Mountain' said the film will not focus on how the firefighters died, but on 'true heroism'
Wildland fire returns to Yarnell, 100s evacuated–
The fire is burning east of the site where 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots died when they were overrun by fire in 2013
NASA to adapt heat shield technology to fire shelters–
Researchers are looking into flexible, high-temperature space materials for personal fire shelters; the project is expected to finish up in 2018
Rapper makes Granite Mountain tribute video–
DJ Clone was previously a Prescott Hotshot with the U.S. Forest Service and fought on fires alongside the Granite Mountain Hotshots.