Published since January 1999 with the largest international
readership of airport fire fighters, AVIATION
FIRE JOURNAL is
the only professional publication focused on Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) and airport related
fires and emergencies.
is read and enjoyed by thousands of airport ARFF,
military, municipal fire and emergency services, airport
managers and aviation safety and emergency management professionals across the globe.
FIRE JOURNAL is published for fire and emergency service personnel who understand that an
aircraft accident can happen in any community - even
those without an
is an independent publication reporting with a balanced perspective on
international Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting
(ARFF) topics and important issues.
holds no allegiance or is party to any organizations, manufacturers,
committees, associations, groups, governmental or other regulatory agencies and therefore
can freely address and discuss the
tough issues that
are impacting the international Aircraft Rescue Fire
JOURNAL has never been subsidized by taxpayers, special interests
or by claiming taxpayer subsidies such as non-profit status. It is an American
veteran owned and operated tax-paying small business.
FIRE JOURNAL is an environmentally friendly
publication which is published in a digital
(.PDF) format full size 'paperless' publication. It can be
printed in full or page by page, either in color or black & white.
It's your choice.