According to a U.S. Northern Command press release, all MAFFS operation have been suspended today.
The press release stated: The fleet will spend the day to get the MAFFS crews together to
“reflect, reset and review,” said Col. Jerry Champlin, 153rd Air
Expeditionary Group commander. "We all need to make sure our crews and
planes will be ready to re-engage in the mission safely," he added.
The press release also stated that the aircraft was from the 145th Airlift Wing of the North Carolina Air National Guard.
Chief Tom Tidwell, head of the U.S. Forest Service said that ""The agency fully supports the decision by the military to stand-down
its MAFFS operation to address the needs of personnel and families and
ensure the safety of the mission when it resumes. The agency will
continue to allocate available firefighting assets according to the
prioritization of incidents."
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