Running across a blackened hillside, on her command each member of her team drops their packs, taking only fire shelters, hand tools and canteens.
In another 30 feet, they deploy the shelters just as they were taught — unfurling and scrambling into the orange plastic cocoons in a close group, sounding off in roll call and drinking water as the heat rises.
“Good job guys, stay in your shelters! I know it’s going to get hot as hell,” Wegner shouts.
Read more at the Statesman Journal.