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Bath County News - Outlook
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December 4, 2003     Bath County News - Outlook
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The Bath County News-Outlook Thursd December 4, 2003 -C 8 : Kevin Stewart talks with h!s flight instructor at the Mt. Sterling/Montgomery County I Airport while earning his pilot s license in 1981. To date, he has logged over 3,200 hours I in various types of fixed-wing aircraft. Stewart s career with Photo Science Inc., has taken I him al! ove r thefor various clientele in numerous states. (Photo by Burnsy Stewart) : Soldiers work to put out a hot spot before it reignites a part of the Fish Creek Complex fires. 'The soldiers worked in teams of 20 accompanied and directed by a professional firefighters .to contain the blazes that caused evacuations of homes in southwestern Montana. Staff Sgt. '.John W. Garrett of BathCounty, was among those called to control the blazes. (Photo cour- ztesy of Army 14th Public Affairs Detachment) Firefighters worked together to help control and extinquish a blaze that destroyed 35,000 acres in Missoula, Montana. John W. Garrett, Staff Sgt with the U.S. Army, was the many called to assist in gaining control of the fires. Here a firefighter takes a some of his men who are working their way toward a flare-up. At right, soldiers and fire- fighters lived in this camp located in a rancher's pas- ture just miles from the fire. Locals gave the soldiers a lot of support and showed their gratitude in the form of care packages, baked goods, books and magazines, hand- shakes, and a trip to a University of Montana foot- ball game in Missoula. FOR SAL Call 674-2189 33-ton Huskee hydraulic Woodsplitter This is the Cadillac of splitters with wei( working height, powerful 8-hp Tecumseh en, and ability to tilt vertically for large blocks $1,000 A helicopther drops water on a forest fire as a firefight- er watches. While no military crews flew missions to directly fight the fires, the Army did have two helicop- ters and medical crews on hand to provide evacuation of injured soldiers and fire- fighters. Fire Photos by Gregory Kobashigawa Would you like to have professionally.processe d full-color prints of news photos from the Bath County News-Outlook? an,r Each week, all the photos taken by the News-OutlooK staff are uploaded to, where they can be viewed and purchased by anyone who has access to the Internet. The News-Outlook photographers Cover all kinds of events, shooting sports, school activities, festivals, historic events, as well as disasters. Let us do the work for you. All the photos you see in the paper each week, plus many more that we don't use, are available. The Bath County Web Address: User Name: Ken Metz No password is now necessary Call 606-674-2181 for additional inforrnatiO