FORT CARSON, Colorado. – The Army says a wildfire that destroyed at least two homes in southern Colorado was sparked by live-fire training at Fort Carson.
The announcement Monday came more than a week after the 3300-acre fire began on a day, when there was a fire warning was issued by the high winds and dry weather.
A statement of the post said aviation training ignited the March 16 fire. The distribution of Fort Carson to his own country.
The post commander, Maj. Gen. Randy George A., says the Army needs to balance his training with the safety of his neighbors. He said in a statement that the Army was to “mitigate the risk and the change of training” for the fire and will continue to do so on the basis of what it has learned.