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  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 9th CES partner to protect Beale’s natural resources

    Beale is made up of more than 25,000 acres of grassland and riparian area, which allows for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation. The base is tasked with conserving and protecting by the Sikes Act which mandates military installations develop and implement Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans. Part of this plan includes conservation law enforcement, so the base has recently partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to bring Jesse Travis, a FWS Federal Wildlife Officer, on the installation to enforce said laws.
  • Current Scout Honors Beale’s Past

    There will come a day when there aren’t any World War II Veterans still living among us. When all of these mighty Americans have left us, only memories, history, and memorial sites will remain. Approximately 16 million Americans served in the Armed Forces during World War II. Currently, 2.4 million youths and one million volunteers are participating in the Boy Scouts of America. It is safe to say, there are a fair amount of parallels between these organizations.
  • Beale partners with local agencies, California Fire Protection to fight wildfires

    Firefighters from the 9th Civil Engineer Squadron here are partnering with state and local fire departments to fight fires in Butte, Yuba, and Nevada counties. The 9th CES sent a four-man team as a part of the initial response to work with local civil authorities to combat the fires on Oct. 9. The team has been assisting with battling the blazes throughout the week.
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