April 1, 2015       

AICC - About Us

The Alaska Interagency Coordination Center (AICC) is the Geographic Area Coordination Center for Alaska. AICC serves as the focal point for initial attack resource coordination, logistics support, and predictive services for all state and federal agencies involved in wildland fire management and suppression in Alaska.

In addition, AICC is the focal point for coordinating and providing support for all-hazard emergency response activities for federal landholding agencies in Alaska and for providing support to Alaska BLM for non-emergency resource activities.

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