The National Park Service (NPS) has the challenge and responsibility of protecting many resources. For the Branch of Structure Fire, these resources include 27,000 structures, many of which are historic, and the largest system of museums in the world holding more than 100 million objects, artifacts & archives. Effective structural fire management is essential to the protection of human life, property, and irreplaceable cultural resources. Each park has a designated Park Structural Fire Coordinator (PSFC) and a Structural Fire Management Plan (SFMP). Washita’s Fire Management Officer (FMO) is located at Lake Meredith National Recreation Area, about two hours away. Locally,…

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