Wallow Fire Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 4/12/2012 7:45:48 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 10, 2011 file photo, a forest burns during a backburn operation to fight the Wallow Fire in Nutrioso, Ariz. The West's 2012 wildfire season exploded in earnest last month with a wind-whipped blaze that killed three people in rugged alpine canyon country near Denver. At its peak, it took a 700-strong federal firefighting team a week of labor, day and night, to tame the blaze _ and other states throughout the West took notice.Fire experts say this year's drought, low snowpack and record-high temperatures in much of the West portend a dangerous installment of what has become year-round wildfire threat. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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    Posted: 3/27/2012 4:25:49 PM EST
    FILE - This Sept. 19, 2011 file photo shows David Malboeuf arriving at Federal Court in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malbouef, and his cousin Caleb Malbouef, have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. The Malbeoufs, the two cousins charged with accidentally causing the Wallow Fire are set for a change of plea hearing Tuesday March 27, 2012, after reaching an agreement with prosecutors. (AP Photo/Matt York, File)
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    Posted: 3/27/2012 4:25:49 PM EST
    FILE - This Sept. 19, 2011 file photo shows Caleb Malboeuf arriving at Federal Court in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malboeuf and his cousin David Malboeuf have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. The Malboeufs, the two cousins charged with accidentally causing the Wallow Fire are set for a change of plea hearing Tuesday March 27, 2012, after reaching an agreement with prosecutors.(AP Photo/Matt York, File)
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    Posted: 9/19/2011 6:15:51 PM EST
    Homeowner Jim Brannan stands outside Federal Court Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 in Flagstaff, Ariz. after the initial appearance of Caleb Malbouef and his cousin David Malbouef. Both Malbouef's have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. Brannan lost his home in the fire. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 9/19/2011 6:15:50 PM EST
    Attorney David Derickson talks with reporters outside Federal Court after the initial appearance of David Malbouef and Caleb Malbouef Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malbouef cousins been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 9/19/2011 6:15:49 PM EST
    David Malbouef arrives at Federal Court for his initial appearence Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malbouef, and his cousin Caleb Malbouef, have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 9/19/2011 6:15:49 PM EST
    Caleb Malbouef arrives at Federal Court for his initial appearance Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malbouef, and his cousin David Malbouef, have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 9/19/2011 6:15:49 PM EST
    From left; David Malbouef, Attorney David Derickson and Caleb Malbouef arrive at Federal Court for their initial appearance Monday, Sept. 19, 2011 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Both Malbouef cousins have been charged with starting the Wallow Fire that grew to be the Arizona's largest wildfire in State history. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 9/4/2011 5:00:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 7, 2011 file photo, a firefighter keeps a lookout on the roof of a house as the Wallow fire approaches Eagar, Ariz. Nature is pummeling the United States in 2011 with extremes. There have been more than 700 U.S. disaster and weather deaths. What's happening, say experts, is mostly random chance or the bad luck of getting the wrong roll of the dice. However, there is something more to it, many of them say. Man-made global warming is loading the dice to increase our odds of getting the bad roll. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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    Posted: 6/21/2011 11:05:58 PM EST
    Mike Gray, with the U.S. Forest Service, left, gives Greer, Ariz. resident Raychel Allen updated information regarding the Wallow Fire at the Valley High School Dome in Springerville, Ariz. Monday, June 20, 2011. The U.S. Forest Service says residents of Greer are being allowed to return home Monday. Evacuees have to present valid identification verifying residency in order enter. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Carlos Chavez) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
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    Posted: 6/20/2011 6:47:11 AM EST
    Yavapai Fire District Captain Dean Steward, left, and Rich Szlauko, Angeles National Forest Public Information Officer, walk near forest burned at the base of the the Big Lake Fire Lookout that was burned up by the Wallow Fire on June 16, 2011 in Eagar, Ariz. Gusty winds and high temperatures are hampering firefighters trying to protect homes, a popular national park and tinder dry patches of forest from several wildfires burning throughout the Southwest. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Tom Tingle)
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    Posted: 6/17/2011 2:56:49 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 9, 2011 file photo, smoke from the Wallow Fire fills the sky over tents where firefighters are sleeping at an incident command center in Eagar, Ariz. Thousands of firefighters are battling the massive forest fire that has become Arizona's largest, relying upon large base camps where they are fed and where they can sleep, bathe and put on their gear. Such camps have become the standard in modern wildfire work. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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    Posted: 6/17/2011 2:56:49 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 9, 2011 file photo, firefighters line up for a meal as smoke from the Wallow Fire fills the sky at an incident command center in Eagar, Ariz. Thousands of firefighters are battling the massive forest fire that has become Arizona's largest, relying upon large base camps where they are fed and where they can sleep, bathe and put on their gear. Such camps have become the standard in modern wildfire work. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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    Posted: 6/17/2011 2:56:48 PM EST
    In this June 6, 2011 photo provided by the U.S. Forest Service, fire crews gather for a morning briefing as the sun rises in a smoke-filled sky over the Wallow Fire Incident Command Post in Eager, Ariz. Thousands of firefighters are battling the massive forest fire that has become Arizona's largest, relying upon large base camps where they are fed and where they can sleep, bathe and put on their gear. Such camps have become the standard in modern wildfire work. (AP Photo/U.S. Forest Service, Karen Grubbs)
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    Posted: 6/17/2011 2:56:44 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 9, 2011 file photo, firefighters read press clippings about the Wallow Fire as they wait for a meal at an incident command center in Eagar, Ariz. Thousands of firefighters are battling the massive forest fire that has become Arizona's largest, relying upon large base camps where they are fed and where they can sleep, bathe and put on their gear. Such camps have become the standard in modern wildfire work. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
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    Posted: 6/17/2011 12:05:48 AM EST
    Fire fighters sit outside their tents Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at fire camp in Springerville, Ariz. as smoke from the Wallow fire continues to burn on the outskirts of the Eastern Arizona community. The huge blaze was also made worse by the extremely thick forest, the result of a century of fire suppression that allowed additional tree growth in the world's largest ponderosa pine forest. The Arizona fire has burned more than 747 square miles since Memorial Day weekend and destroyed 32 homes and four rental cabins. It is 20 percent contained. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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    Posted: 6/15/2011 6:16:10 PM EST
    A media crew from China is reflected in the sunglasses of Capt. Bill Solomon from the Taylor, Ariz. Fire Department as he is interviewed Tuesday, June 14, 2011 outside of Alpine, Ariz. Firefighters continue to battle the massive Wallow Fire that started from what authorities believe to be an unattended campfire on May 29. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, David Kadlubowski) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
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    Posted: 6/15/2011 6:16:10 PM EST
    Fire engulfs a ridge line Tuesday, June 14, 2011 outside of Alpine, Ariz. Firefighters continue to battle the massive Wallow Fire that started from what authorities believe to be an unattended campfire on May 29. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, David Kadlubowski) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
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    Posted: 6/15/2011 6:16:10 PM EST
    A fire crew from Telluride, Colo. works to contain the Wallow Fire Tuesday, June 14, 2011 outside of Alpine, Ariz. Firefighters continue to battle the massive Wallow Fire that started from what authorities believe to be an unattended campfire on May 29. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, David Kadlubowski) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
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    Posted: 6/15/2011 6:16:10 PM EST
    A fire crew from Telluride, Colo. works to contain the Wallow Fire Tuesday, June 14, 2011 outside of Alpine, Ariz. Firefighters continue to battle the massive Wallow Fire that started from what authorities believe to be an unattended campfire on May 29. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, David Kadlubowski) MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES