||Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs
||The national public service association
dedicated to reducing the loss of life and
property from fire, and advancing the
science and technology of the Fire and
Emergency Service in Canada.
||Discover How to Become a Firefighter
||Learning how to become a firefighter can be difficult, seeing as how the physical and emotional demands are extremely rigorous (not to mention competition for firefighting jobs is fierce), which is why proper training is critical in order to stand a chance at getting hired.
||FireLine Wild Land Fires
||Provides Weekly NICC Incident
||GEOMAC Wildland Fire Support
||An internet-based mapping tool
originally designed for fire managers to
access online maps of current fire
locations and perimeters in the
conterminous 48 States and Alaska, now
available to the public.
||International Association of Fire Chiefs
||A powerful network of more than 12,000
chief fire and emergency officers.
||International Association of Wildland Fire
||A non-profit, professional association
representing members of the global
wildland fire community.
||National Fire Protection Association
||The world's leading advocate of fire
prevention and an authoritative source
on public safety.
||National Firefighter Training & Carding Association
||NFTCA is a national recognized wildland fire training and certifying company. Their primary goal is to provide the very best training to better prepare those individuals who put their lives on the line to protect our lives and property and natural resources.
||National Interagency Fire Center
||Established in 1975 to provide logistical
support and intelligence for wildland fire
across the nation.
||National Smokejumper Association
||The "Keeper of the Flame" for
smokejumpers and others associated
with wildland firefighting. A national
community of smokejumpers, their
associates and interesed individuals.
||National Wildfire Suppression Association
||A voluntary national association
consisting of independent contractors
who provide a variety of resources for
all types of emergency or pre-
emergency incident needs.
||National Wildland Fire Training
||Access to Local Area, Geographic Area,
National, and other related Interagency
Wildland Fire Training information.
||US Fire Administration
||An entity of the Federal Emergency
Management Agency. Provides public
education, training, technology and data
||USDA Forest Service Active Fire Mapping
||Information on current large fires, active
fire maps, and fire imagery as seen by
the MODIS instrument on board NASA's
Terra & Aqua.
||USFA 2004 Update
||“2004 Wildland Update” to help
firefighters and community leaders
locate important and up-to-date wildland
fire information. Features a collection
of links to critical wildland Web sites,
weather predictions, current aviations
strategy, community programs, and a
daily “Six Minute Safety Briefing.”