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Uploaded on Sep 15, 2010
There are too many benefits to list them all. They enable search and rescue, fire management, research, disaster relief and wildlife management. In the event of mechanical problems or inclement weather, they serve as emergency landing sites when larger airports are out of reach. They allow public access to some of the most beautiful, remote federal lands in America—regardless of one's physical ability—and they serve as efficient access points for tourists, who in turn contribute to local economies and small businesses. That means jobs.