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SEATs: The Unsung Heroes - (Part 3)

Among SEAT operators, Air Spray has one of the most unique fleets. Not only do they have a number of SEATs in their inventory, but they also have a full squadron of Large Air-Tankers (LATs) at their Chico, California, headquarters.

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Michael Archer

Posted: October 22, 2019

  • TracPlus News

Farewell to TracPlus' Founder, Chris Hinch

Today marks a big day in the history of our company. Our founder and CIO, Chris Hinch, has announced his resignation from TracPlus. 

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: October 15, 2019

  • The Collective

SEATs: The Unsung Heroes - (Part 2)

Despite the media coverage of their larger brethren in the air-tanker business, SEATs have carved out a niche for themselves in the world of wildland fire unlike any other. With their nimble aerobatics and pinpoint accuracy, they provide an important early initial attack on wildfires that keeps them in demand in many parts of the world.

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Michael Archer

Posted: September 17, 2019

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  • Product

Introducing TracPlus’ New Cloud-Based Software

Our developers have been working hard behind the scenes to create a new cloud-based software platform — making tracking, messaging and the coordination of your team seamless, simple and superior. Here's what you need to know!

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: September 12, 2019

  • TracPlus News

Introducing Simon Barton to the TracPlus team

We're thrilled to welcome Simon Barton to the TracPlus team. Simon brings 40 years of aviation experience to our team, including working at the front line crewing, managing and solving issues within aviation. Simon has served in the Navy, been a Surf Life Saver, a Volunteer Firefighter and worked with St John Ambulance to establish their Air Desk.

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Rosa Anderson - Jones

Posted: September 5, 2019

  • The Collective

SEATs: The Unsung Heroes (Part 1)

With wildfires getting more devastating and deadly, especially in the western U.S., stories on these disasters are making their way into the news and social media. Scenes of firefighters marching up to the firelines, digging out vegetation, and extinguishing burning homes and structures often leads evening newscasts in the summertime. And through it all, aircraft can be seen helping out the firefighters on the ground.

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Michael Archer

Posted: August 21, 2019

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