UPDATE: Nate Snook with the Fort Benning Public Affairs Office says that the wildfires continue to burn in the A-20 and K-15 impact areas and are expected to burn into the evening and night. He says most of Main Post could be affected by smoke Tuesday evening and Wednesday.
FORT BENNING, Ga — Two wildfires are burning in training areas on Fort Benning, according to an Army release.
Nate Snook with the Fort Benning Public Affairs Office says the fires are contained in the A-20 and K-15 impact areas. He says all areas of Fort Benning and the surrounding areas should expect some smoke brought on by winds.
Snook’s release says smoke from K-15 will drift towards the west in the direction of east and south Columbus. As winds slow down during the night, Harmony Church Cantonment area may be affected by smoke.
Smoke from A-20 will move towards Lawson Army Airfield and South Main Post.
Snook adds strong winds may cause a flair-up and more smoke in the area.
The Army will continue to monitor the fires.