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Kansas National Guard crew members taxied in their Black Hawk at the Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport, Loveland, Colo., just before an incoming storm was expected after completing their first mission Bambi bucket mission in support of firefighting efforts at High Park, June 15, 2012. (Photo by Chief Warrant Officer 4 Steve Hood, Joint Forces Headquarters, Kansas National Guard)

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