Fire Camp 2015

The Delaware Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service has trained more than 600 volunteer firefighters, and now every season deploys 20-person crews for out-of-state wildfire assignments. (Submitted photo)

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Harold, left, at 69, and Bill, at 63, are the oldest members of Brode brood of firefighters. Harold Brode has served for 51 years.

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From left, Jason Brode, Dan McLaughlin, “Bubba” Brode, Robbie Brode and Kenny Brode are proud to serve the Harrington Fire Co.

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The Brode family of firefighters, include, from left, Kenny Brode, Dan McLaughlin, Harold Brode, Jason Brode, Robbie Brode and 7-year-old Robert “Bubba” Brode. Members of the family currently serve with Harrington Fire Company Station 50 and Clayton Fire Company No. 1 Station 45. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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On Wednesday Lewes fire trucks drive over the Barker’s Landing Bridge on Del. 1, south of Dover during a procession for Lewes firefighter Tim McClanahan who died in a training exercise.(Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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A Parcell Funeral Home hearse carrying firefighter Tim McClanahan during a procession over over the Barker’s Landing Bridge on Del. 1, south of Dover. The procession started in Wilmington and ended in Lewes on Wednesday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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Delaware State Police and firefighters from across the state escort a hearse carrying the remains of Lewes firefighter Tim McClanahan over Barker’s Landing Bridge on Del. 1, south of Dover. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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The Lewes Fire Station 2 is draped in black bunting after the loss of Lewes Fireman Tim McClanahan.

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Lewes Fire Chief Gordon Davis speaks about Tim McClanahan.