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The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association (MSFCA) serves as the recognized organization in Montana for the collection and exchange of ideas, information, knowledge, and experience in areas affecting fire and emergency services. We are made up of fire service personnel at all levels and provide a forum for the continuous improvement of fire protection, prevention, emergency medical and rescue services for the people of Montana. We provide opportunities for our members to attend training and conferences throughout Montana and conduct gatherings of chief officers and other interested persons to discuss ways and means to better serve our fire service community and the public. And we provide for review of legislative developments and provide information on how it affects the fire service or life safety in a nonpartisan, coordinated manner.

12Jan 22


The Rocky Mountain Emergency Services Training Center located at the Helena Regional Airport in Helena, MT will be conducting a 40 Hour Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Course over two…

01Sep 21

MSFCA Board Elections

The Montana State Fire Chiefs Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce that nominations are now open through Thursday, September 29th for the MSFCA Board of Directors. Nominations must…

Daily Dispatch

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  • Community honors Airmen 30 years after deadly Montana crash December 1, 2022
    VIDEO/PHOTOS: On November 30, 1992, two C-141 cargo planes from McChord Air Force Base in Washington collided in the air near Harlem along Montana's Hi-Line during a refueling training exercise. As a result, the 13 airmen on board the two planes tragically died. On Wednesday afternoon, a pedestrian bridge was placed at the memorial, with […]


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