PUEBLO, Colo. – The U.S. Forest Services announced the arrival of Dave Condit as deputy forest and grassland supervisor for the Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands, in south central Colorado and southwest Kansas.

He joins the U.S. Forest Service after having served with the Department of Defense for over 27 years.

Condit’s key focus will be supporting USFS specialists and ensuring the public voice is heard. His diverse background includes undergraduate and graduate teaching, research psychology and special operations. He graduated from high school in Colorado Springs and completed his undergraduate degree at Colorado State University in Fort Collins.

He first connected with the USFS mission le while flying Modular Airborne Firefighting System air tankers through the cooperative program between the DOD and USFS. In aerial firefighting, he worked all levels from crew member to national program manager. He went on to command the Hurricane Hunters and was most recently assigned as air wing commander in Alabama.

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