Bravo Fire burns in Coconino County on Camp Navajo, a military training site

The Bravo Fire burning in Coconino County near Bellemont has some residents preparing to leave their homes on Thursday afternoon.

The fire was first reported on June 6 around 11 a.m. after the Arizona National Guard said it's believed to have sparked late June 5. The fire is burning on Camp Navajo, a training site for all U.S. military branches.

The fire, as of June 7, burned 960 acres of land. Meanwhile, people in Zones 104 (Saskan Ranch), 105 (A-1 Ranch), 106 (Bellemont North), 107 (Village Camp), 108 (Bellemont South) and Naval Observatory area are being downgraded from SET status to READY status, according to the Arizona Emergency Information Network.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. 

Bellemont is about nine miles from Flagstaff.

Click here to see the county's interactive evacuation map.

Click here to learn more about the Ready, Set, Go system.

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Bravo Fire on June 6, 2024.  (Mateo Rodriguez)


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