The International Fire Aviation Working Group comprises:
- One member nominated by the responsible agency or fire aviation center from each nation or jurisdiction where fire aviation supports the management of landscape fires.
- Nations/jurisdictions may combine to nominate members to act on behalf of a group of jurisdictions.
- Deputy members may be nominated to deputise for or assist members.
- Other co-opted members as agreed by the Working Group or the Wildland Fire Advisory Group (WFAG) from time to time.
Membership (as at August 2017):
|Australia||National Aerial Firefighting Centre (NAFC)|
|Canada||Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC)|
|Chile||National Forestry Cooperation (CONAF)|
|Croatia||Croatian Air Force Firefighting Squadron|
|Israel||Israeli Police Aviation Division, Fire Fighter Squadron|
|Italy||Babcock Mission Critical Services Italia
(on behalf of Protezione Civile)
|Russian Federation||National Aerial Forest Fire Center Avialesookhrana|
|South Africa||Kishugu Aviation|
|South Korea||Forest Aviation Safety Division, Korea Forest Aviation Headquarters|
|Spain||Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment of Spain
Forest Fire Service, Headquarters
|Turkey||Directorate General of Forestry, Forest Fires Firefighting Department|
|U.S.A.||Fire and Aviation Management, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service|
Secretariat: Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC)