Russia Finds Out What Makes a Wildfire Wild…

This is interesting and not a very good thing. It looks like the fires are taking a huge toll on people (over 40 dead and 300 injured) and the internal structure of the country

Today it was announced that a Russian / Navy base near Moscow has been destroyed. I have found a small video by Russia Today and it looks like the whole base has been burned to the ground with a loss of all craft involved…

The statistics being expressed are 200 aircraft, the headquarters, the offices, 13 warehouses with various aviation hardware, and 17 open air parking lots with cars in them. Value of at least 20 billion rubles or around 670 million dollars…

The details are not total facts, because the Defense Ministry is trying to quell the information and deny some of the facts. But the information is being verified a little at a time…

It seems that this fire easily overcame the base which had no means to fight the fire. That seems strange to me and all I can conclude is that this was more of a mothballed base for use if needed…

I could be wrong because they really are trying to not admit that this base was there. But the Prosecutor General’s Office has said it is true and is standing by the facts that they are putting out…

These fires are taking lots of people by surprise and it seems to catch people unaware…

The name wildfire is for a reason… (A wildfire differs from other fires by its extensive size, the speed at which it can spread out from its original source, its potential to change direction unexpectedly, and its ability to jump gaps such as roads, rivers and fire breaks.)

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