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NMAC Correspondence 2017

Type 3 IMT Composition for Out of Geographic Area Assignments (2017-1)
National Buying Teams Task Group (2017-2)
National 7-day Significant Fire Potential Outlook - February 3, 2017 letter (2017-4)
IMT Extension Process (2017-5)
Area Command Leadership (2017-6)
Risk Management Communication Strategy for Incident management Teams Task Group and Attachment (2017-7)
Recording Reportable Injuries on the ICS-209, Incident Status Summary (2017-8)
Recommended Method for Reporting Percent Completion on ICS-209 (2017-9)
Frequency Control (2017-10)
CAL FIRE Participation on National Area Command Teams (2017-11)
Aviation Safety Stand Down June 23, 2017, Attachment 1, Attachment 2, Attachment 3, Attachment 4 (2017-13)
Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Incursions on Wildfires, Attachment 1 (2017-14)
Frequency Distribution Requirements and Air Tanker Base Directory Update (2017-16)
Aerial Supervision Module/ Leadplane Utilization (2017-18)
Option for Additional Day Off for Tactical Aircraft Flight Crews (2017-19)
Tactical Pause to Discuss Risk on August 9th or 10th (2017-20), Attachment 1
August 21 Solar Eclipse – Communications Equipment, Cache Support, Operational and Logistical Considerations (2017-21)

NMAC Correspondence 2016

Area Command Team Recruitment (2016-1) and attachment
Incident Management Team Composition Standards (2016-2)
Standard Use of the Medical Incident Report (2016-3)
2016 National Fire Season Themes (2016-4) and attachment
Intent of AD Pay Plan and Incident Commanders (2016-5)
Definition of “Supplemental Resources” (2016-6)
Acceptance of CGAC SOG Recommendation (2016-7) and attachment
NMAC Intent on Priority Trainee Program (2016-8)
Area Command Leadership (2016-9)
ROMAN Shutdown (2016-10)
Incident Management Team Composition Standards (2016-11) and attachment
Preparation for the Unexpected Loss of Information Technology Systems (2016-12)
National Strategy for Managing Type 1 and Type 2 Exclusive Use Helicopters (2016-13)
NMAC Resources and References
Appropriate Use of Radio Frequencies
Coordinating Group Advisory Council Charter(2016)
Current Fire Situation and Direction (2015-26)
Delegation of Authority Sample
Disposition of Area Command Teams (2015-1)
DOI National Exclusive Use SEAT Standard Operating Procedures
Frequency Use SAFENET Response and Response to SAFENET ID: 20140722-001 and 20140723-001 (2014-14)
Focus on Risk Management (2015-19)
Focusing Risk Management Efforts Using Historical Wildland Fire Accident Trends
Guidelines for Use of National Tactical Aviation Resources
Guidelines for Use of National Tactical Aviation Resources and Attachment (2014-11)
Katrina Length of Assignment
Katrina - What to Expect
Implementation of Phase 2 Interim Flight and Duty Limitations
IMT Rationale (2015-25)
Incident Management Team Extensions (2015-24)
Incident Name Protocols
Inspection of Contract Equipment
Interagency Fire Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) (2014-12)
Managing Wildfire in Support of the Department of the Interior Secretary’s Order 3336 – Rangeland Fire Prevention, Management, and Restoration, Attachment 1, Attachment 2 (2015-7)
National Fire and Aviation Safety Team
National Fire Season Themes (2015-2)
National Preparedness Level 5 Direction and Considerations
National Strategy for Managing Type 1 and Type 2 Exclusive Use Helicopters (2014-02)
NMAC Crew Resource Support Specalist
NMAC Frequency Memo (8-30-05)
NMAC Long Term Implementation Strategy (July 2008)
NWCG VLAT Tech Tip, DC-10 Operational Considerations, Follow Up Yarnell Hill – NWCG Assistance to NASF (VLAT) (2014-8)
Option for Additional Day Off for Tactical Aircraft Flight Crews
Options to Get Vehicles for Crews Mobilized by Jets
Overview for Ordering Rental Cars on the Region 6 IBPAs
PL5 Talking Points (2015-18)
Radio Communication Strategy
Roles and Responsibilities
Support to the National Response Framework
Utilization and Management of T2 IA and T2 Crews
Wildland Fire Radio Communication Report
Wildland Fire Situation and Response


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