Salt River Agency Tribal Nations Response Team
Some members of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community are training to be part of the Tribal Nations Response Team (TNRT), an on-call response team for the Salt River Fire Department or any community requesting assistance to help with brush fires.
|Students of the National Response Team get closer to completing all their testing.|
Participants, who are age 18 to 24, completed 40 hours of classroom study and field training to prepare them as firefighters to battle emergency wildfires around the Valley, Arizona and country.
|SRPMIC Vice-President Martin Harvier stops by the training to congratulate the participants on their journey to becoming heroes in their communities, around the valley and for bravely accepting the challenge.|
Participants from the Community were Stacey Loring, Tommy Thomas, Devonte Miller, Teya Johnson-Tiger and Taden Peck.
|Salt River High School and ALA students: Devonte Miller, Teya Johnson-Tiger and Taden Peck stand with Vice-President Martin Harvier in front of Salt River Fire Department's Brush Truck.|