Diverted from NAS Fallon, a trio of VAQ-135 "Black Ravens" E/A-18G Growlers (NAS Whidbey Island) is being marshaled into parking positions right on the Atlantic Aviation taxiway. The Growlers had to taxi directly on to the RNO motor vehicle perimeter road surface in order to be able to turn left and park on Atlantic's taxiway. The Atlantic taxiway had to be utilized as a parking ramp when military aircraft from KNFL were diverted to Reno at the same time that numerous Air Tankers involved in fighting many wildfires in California were also diverted to Reno. When the many extra aircraft were added to the number of aircraft already at Atlantic, the regular ramp became completely full; therefore, more aircraft parking positions were improvised by quick-thinking Atlantic management and ground personnel. In this pic, the "Black Ravens" Squadron colorbird, 168937, "Thunder One One," turns toward the motor vehicle perimeter road where it will proceed forward and then turn to be parked next to another "Black Ravens" Growler (168940).