About Region 1

Region 1 covers the Mexican States of Baja California, Baja California Sur and Sonora. 

Baja 2010

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Baja Mission 2010 Update

After Joel and Marcelo with Oscar from Bomberos De San Diego visited Tecate earlier this month, the board has decided to postpone our regular mission usually scheduled for March/April to Late May/June as a result...

Meeting in Tecate goes well

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Joel recently visited the Bomberos in Tecate in preparation for our 2010 mission. We talked about the department assigning a liaison who will be there no matter what and the chief assigned long time member and interpreter Captain Martin Tovar aka...

Everyone is Back Home

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We arrived in Tacoma about 1430 this afternoon and dropped off Scott at home. What service!! Mark, Greg and Joel headed to Gig Harbor station 51 to get Greg to his truck and off we went.

We are already working toward our next mission to Baja and...

R&R in Sacramento

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We have been spending the last three days with our good friends and FFCB members, Steve and Patty Marks. Steve works as a Captain/PM for Emeryville FD and allows us to use his house as a stop over on our way to and from Mexico.

We know that its 16...

Almost Home

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A long day of driving. Left Sacramento this AM and made it to Salem 534 miles later. Here we are unloading all of the equipment that we have been picking up along the way. This equipment is destined for Culiacan Mexico. Scott at Staton Fire Station...

Never a Dull Moment

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You ever have a busy day where you accomplished a lot, or finished a project, stepping back and realizing that all that work went into that and you feel you accomplished something? I think we are all feeling that as we drive back home and the things...

Widdy Widdy before leaving Tecate

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Continuing our whirl wind mission, yesterday (Sunday March 29) we had our last Tecate breakfast at the el Mejor (www.elmejor.com) panaderia (bakery). Before hooking up the trailer we went to the first Tecate  firefighter academy which started...

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