Normal-decane (n-C10H22) is considered as a major component of surrogate for jet and diesel fuels. Jet propellant 8 (JP-8) is a jet fuel which is kerosene-based for gas turbine-powered for aircraft. JP-8 is also considered as fleet fuel. JP-8 has a complex chemical component of higher-order hydrocarbons, including alkanes, cycloalkanes, and aromatic molecules, which makes it hard to develop a chemical kinetics mechanism. In this work, few chemical kinetics mechanisms of n-decane and JP-8 surrogates have been used to model the combustion processes of these fuels in general and determining their burning speed, specifically. The CANTERA freely propagating 1D flame code was used in conjunction with the chemical kinetic mechanism to predict the laminar burning speeds. The theoretical predicted laminar burning speeds have been compared with the experimental laminar burning speed found in the literature.