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California has already fought 1,400 wildfires so far this year, double what the state would normally expect.

Over the past few days several fires have exploded across southern California and currently (15-May-2014), over 2,600 firefighters are battling 8 active fires burning over 10,000 acres in and around San Diego county forcing tens of thousands to evacuate.

Active incidents in/around San Diego County / Camp Pendleton (updates as of afternoon of 15-May-2014 in alphabetical order)

 

Bernardo Fire, San Diego County 
southwest of Rancho Bernardo 
* 1,548 acres - 90% contained

  

Cocos Fire, San Diego County 
Village Drive and Twin Oaks Road, San Marcos 
* 1,200 acres – 5% contained 

Freeway Fire, San Diego County 
Camp Pendleton Fire Department 
Camp Pendleton - Naval Weapons Station 
* 60 acres – 50% contained

 

Miguelito Fire, Santa Barbara County
off Santa Miguelito Canyon Road in Lompoc 
* 632 acres – 95% contained 

 

Poinsettia Fire, San Diego County 
Carlsbad Fire Department 
off Poinsettia Ln & Alicante Rd in Carlsbad 
* 400 acres - 85% contained 

 

Pulgas Fire, San Diego County 
Camp Pendleton Fire Department 
Off Interstate 5 at Las Pulgas Rd, north of Oceanside 
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton 
8,000 acres – 5% contained

 

Tomahawk Fire, San Diego County 
Camp Pendleton Fire Department 
Eastside of Camp Pendleton, west of Fallbrook 
* 6,300 acres – 23% contained 

 

 

CONTAINED incidents (as of 15-May-2014)

 

Highway Fire, San Diego County 
off Old Hwy 395 and I-15 in the Deer Springs area 
* 300 acres – 100% contained 

 

River Fire, San Diego County 
Oceanside Fire Department 
In the San Luis Rey Riverbed, east of College Boulevard in Oceanside 
* 100 acres – almost completely contained

 

CH-46s engaged in Cocos Fire by MCAS Miramar, 3rdMAW

Unfortunately due to the extreme drought in the southwestern U.S. there will be many more wildfires in the coming months. Stay current on CA incidents at CAL FIRE and both CA and national incidents can be monitored at InciWeb 

As Fire Danger remains high, make sure you have a plan and be ready to evacuate. Learn more at http://ReadyForWildfire.org .

Also watch below ABC coverage of military aircraft aerial support to help fight SoCal fires. The 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing deployed helicopters in support of CAL FIRE and firefighting efforts.

Photos: MCAS Miramar, 3rdMAW

See more incredible photos of the CA wildfires on LA Times

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16-May-2014: From LATimes.com - Escondido Police Department said late Thursday that an adult and a juvenile were arrested on suspicion of trying to start a fire as wildfires continued to rage near the city and other areas of northern San Diego County. The two are accused of trying to spark at least two brush fires in the south part of the city, according to police. Silva and the other person were arrested after witnesses reported seeing two people who set one fire on South Escondido Boulevard and were trying to spark another fire at Kit Carson Park.

Investigators were trying to determine whether the pair had any involvement with the brush fires that have scorched more than 10,000 acres in the county. The suspects were identified as Isaiah Silva, 19, and a 17-year-old juvenile, police said in a statement late Thursday. Both are Escondido residents.

Great tweet / pic from @MCASMiramarCA (MCAS Miramar and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing)

Update 17-May-2014: Thousands of firefighters and fleets of water-dropping military and civilian helicopters continued battling blazes in and around SoCal Saturday, including three fires at the Camp Pendleton Marine base.

Authorities are still investigating how so many fires started at the same time and whether they were intentionally set. As mentioned on 16-May update, two teenagers were arrested on Thursday on suspicion of setting two small fires that bystanders quickly extinguished. And Friday a 57-year-old man was also charged with arson in connection with a fire near the suburban area of Oceanside. Up to 125,000 people have been forced to leave their homes this past week.

U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joshua Murray/Released

Active incidents in/around San Diego County / Camp Pendleton (updates as of Sat 17-May-2014 in alphabetical order)

Bernardo Fire, San Diego County
southwest of Rancho Bernardo
* 1,548 acres - 90% contained

Combat Fire (San Mateo Fire)
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
1,000 acres - 25% contained

Cocos Fire, San Marcos
* 2,520 acres – 70% contained

Las Pulgas Fire, Camp Pendleton
Off Interstate 5 at Las Pulgas Rd, north of Oceanside
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
15,000 acres – 40% contained

Miguelito Fire, Santa Barbara County
off Santa Miguelito Canyon Road in Lompoc
* 632 acres – 95% contained

Poinsettia Fire, San Diego County
Carlsbad Fire Department
off Poinsettia Ln & Alicante Rd in Carlsbad
* 400 acres - 85% contained

Tomahawk Fire, San Diego County
Camp Pendleton Fire Department
Eastside of Camp Pendleton, west of Fallbrook
* 6,500 acres – 75% contained

CONTAINED incidents (as of 17-May-2014)

Freeway Fire, San Diego County 

Camp Pendleton - Naval Weapons Station
* 60 acres – 100% contained

Highway Fire, San Diego County
off Old Hwy 395 and I-15 in the Deer Springs area
* 300 acres – 100% contained

River Fire, San Diego County
Oceanside Fire Department
* 100 acres – contained

Stay current on CAL FIRE incidents at http://cdfdata.fire.ca.gov/incidents/incidents_current

Sources: Time and FoxNews 

Update 20-May-2014: Most of the fires in and around San Diego county have been contained. All together, the fires burned 44 houses, an 18-unit apartment building and two businesses.

Below vid is by 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing who helped San Diego agencies put out several fires that ravaged the county including some on Camp Pendleton.

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