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Links in Category: 'Coordination Centers'
 
   
The AICC is located on Ft. Wainwright (near Fairbanks). Area of responsibility: Alaska.
 
   
The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) provides operational wildland fire-control services, as well as management and information services to its Member Agencies.
 
   
The EACC is located in Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Areas of responsibility: A 20 state region that is everything northeast of, and inlcuding, Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri.
 
   
The EGBCC is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Area of responsibility: Southern Idaho, far western Wyoming, Utah, and part of Northwestern Arizona to the northern rim of the Grand Canyon.
 
   
This site provides Notams, TFR information, an Airspace Guide, info on Presentations, Meetings, History, Meeting Minutes, and a variety of other information.
 
   
This is the NAFC page for Australia. They coordinate all the national aerial firefighting efforts and assets.
 
   
N.I.F.C. is the hub of all the U.S. wildland firefighting efforts and coordination between the various government agencies. Based in Boise, Idaho.
 
   
The ONCC is located in Redding, California. Area of responsibility: Northern California (Sacramento area and north).
 
   
The NRCC is located in Missoula, Montana. Areas of responsibility: Montana, North Dakota, Northern Idaho, Yellowstone National Park.
 
   
The RMCC is located in Lakewood, Colorado. Areas of responsibility are: Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas.
 
   
The SACC is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Areas of responsibility: Everything including and south of Virginia and Kentucky, and east of (including) Texas, also includes the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
 
   
The OSCC is located in Riverside, California. Area of responsibility: south of Sacramento.
 
   
The SWCC is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Areas of responsibility: Arizona, New Mexico, West Texas.
 
   
The WGBCC is located in Reno, Nevada. Area of responsibility: Nevada and far northeastern California.
 
 
 
 

 
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