INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SITUATION REPORT
SATURDAY JUNE 14, 2003 - 0800 MDT
NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS LEVEL 2


CURRENT SITUATION:

Initial attack activity was light nationally with 119 new fires reported.
Three new large fires were reported two in the Southwest Area and one in
the Eastern Great Basin Area. Two large fire were contained, one in the
Southwest Area and one in Northern California Area. Very high to extreme
fire indices were reported in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New
Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

SOUTHWEST AREA LARGE FIRES:

THOMAS, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. A Type 2 Incident Management
Team (Kvale) is assigned. This fire is burning in mixed conifer and aspen
forest 16 miles south of Alpine, AZ. Active fire behavior was observed.
Steep, rugged terrain, inaccessibility and heavy fuels are hampering
suppression efforts. Crews will continue to improve indirect fireline,
conduct burn out operations, and use minimum impact suppression tactics
(MIST) in primitive areas.

DRY LAKES COMPLEX, Gila National Forest. A Fire Use Management Team (Rath)
is assigned. This lightning caused Wildland Fire Use complex, comprised of
the Dry, Lake, Sycamore and Moonshine fires, is 27 miles northwest of
Silver City, NM. The complex is being managed to accomplish resource
objectives. Minimal fire activity was observed in pinyon pine, ponderosa
pine and grass. Personnel will continue to monitor the complex and support
other incidents on the forest.

MORMON, Coconino National Forest. The fire is burning in pinyon pine 19
miles southeast of Flagstaff, AZ. This fire is being managed in a
confinement strategy. No new information was reported.

TEN COW, Gila National Forest. This lightning caused Wildland Fire Use
fire is burning in ponderosa pine, pinyon pine, juniper and grass 32 miles
southeast of Reserve, NM. Resources were suppressing spot fires and
monitoring fire spread.

JUNIPER, Prescott National Forest. This lightning caused Wildland Fire Use
fire is burning in ponderosa pine 40 miles northwest of Prescott, AZ. Fire
behavior observed was creeping and occasional single tree torching.

RIVER, Colorado River Agency, Bureau of Indian Affairs. This human caused
fire is burning in mesquite, salt cedar, and arrow weed, ten miles
southwest of Bullhead City, AZ. Resources are continuing to mop up and
monitor the unburned islands within the fire.

MORGAN, Gila National Forest. This lightning caused fire is burning in
ponderosa pine, grass, mixed conifer with heavy dead and down fuels, 34
miles west of Truth or Consequences, NM. Some isolated torching of brush
was observed. Resources are continuing to monitor the spread of fire.

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INCIDENT |ST|UNIT| SIZE | % | EST |TOTAL|CRW|ENG|HELI|STRC|$$$
NAME | | | |CTN| CTN |PERS | | | |LOSS|C-T-D
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THOMAS |AZ| ASF| 9058| 40| UNK| 471| 14| 6| 6| 0| 2.1M
DRY LAKES COMPL|NM| GNF| 8300| 0| UNK| 18| 0| 0| 0| 0| 143K
MORMON |AZ| COF| 615| 0| 6/20| 2| 0| 0| 0| 0| 2.5K
TEN COW |NM| GNF| 10405| NR| UNK| 116| 4| 5| 0| 0| 106K
JUNIPER |AZ| PNF| 250| 10| UNK| NR| 0| 0| 0| 0| 25K
RIVER |AZ| CRA| 490| 90| 6/15| 64| 1| 12| 0| 0| 9K
MORGAN |NM| GNF| 3361|---| UNK| 29| 1| 0| 0| 0| 28K
HAY |AZ| CRA| 457|100| ---| 22| 0| 6| 0| 0| 35K
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CRA = Colorado River Agency, Bureau of Indian Affairs