2012

  •   Waldo Canyon Fire


    2013

  • Black Forest Fire


    2014                

  • California, King Fire 


    2015

  • Washington, Cougar Creek Fire
  • Idaho, Motorway Complex Fire
  • California, Valley Fire


    2016

  • Colorado, Beaver Creek Fire
  • Colorado, Cold Springs Fire
  • Colorado, Hayden Pass Fire
  • Colorado, Junkins Fire
  • Wyoming, Hunter Peal Fire
  • Idaho, Grape Fire
  • North Carolina, Maple Springs Fire


   2017


  • Kansas, Grassland-Ashland Fire 
  • Georgia, West Mims Fire
  • ‚ÄčColorado, Clark Creek Fire  
  • California, Lilac Fire  
  • California, Ventura Fire


 Although the Security Fire Protection District's career firefighters meet the basic certification for wildland firefighting, a select roster go beyond their normal job description to excel in this skill set to meet the Wildland Team. The main purpose of the team is to provide an increased level of effectiveness and safety to the overall wildland fire incident occurring within the Security Widefield jurisdiction or during aid requests to neighboring fire agencies. Sharing their increased knowledge with the remaining department personnel is another team function. Members train together throughout the year, partake in prescribed fire exercises, and attend numerous hours of classroom curriculum in order to meet or exceed training standards set by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group. Team members deploy nationally to aid in fighting large wildfires, which has proven to be the most significant method of gaining experience and increasing qualifications. Since the year 2000, members have deployed to many assignments through out the country.

         MAJOR FIRE DEPLOYMENTS