1. Jeff Locke, current Hotshot Superintendent, talks about how he got involved in wildland firefighting after riding his motorcycle from Michigan to California in the late 1980s. Interviewed: 4/2014

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  2. Jeff Locke, current Hotshot Superintendent, talks about how he perceives the value of the work and discusses the balance between keeping fires small and letting them burn in order to decrease fuel loading. He also talks about the different reception firefighters get when working in different regions around the country.

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  3. Jeff Locke, current Hotshot Superintendent, describes how he perceives the role of fire in the environment, with particular insight into wildland fire in southern California.

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  4. Jeff Locke, current Hotshot Superintendent, describes what he thinks makes up the ideal Hotshot…and it isn't just one person.

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  5. Jeff Locke, current Hotshot Superintendent, talks about the fun aspects of working on a Hotshot Crew. He also tells a story about a crewmember who encountered a bear (that ended up being a porcupine).

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