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Two Bombardier CL-415 Superscooper Water Bombers Air to Air Image

They always fly in pairs. That is, the Bombardier CL-415 Superscooper aircraft. These two, based temporarily at Van Nuys Airport in Southern California.

Under the command of Los Angeles County Fire via a lease from the government of Quebec, Canada, the aerial fire fighters are above the Brentwood section of WLA not long after delivering support on a fire that broke out near Warner Bros. Studios on 9 November 2019, called the Barham Fire.

Two Bombardier CL-415 Superscooper Water Bombers Air to Air image

Two Bombardier CL-415 Superscooper Water Bombers Air to Air image
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Bombardier CL-415 Superscooper Water Bombers Air to Air Photo

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