Case studies done in one country can be applied to another, if fuel type characteristics are relevant, by interpreting burning conditions through the other country's fire danger rating system. This special issue of Fire Management Today constitutes the second installment of articles involving fire behavior case studies and analyses of wildland fires. All articles in this series appeared in past issues of Fire Management Today or its predecessors. The 18 articles in this issue are in chronological order, from 1967 to 2001. In the lead article to the first installment (Fire Management Today, volume 63(3) [Summer 2003]), we overviewed the value, approaches, and practical uses of fire behavior case studies and analyses (Alexander and Thomas 2003). Here we point out examples of case studies published elsewhere (both nationally and internationally) and offer some general thoughts on wildland fire behavior observation and documentation.