Camp Navajo Army Base
1404th Transportation Company, 362nd Ordinance Company, 819th Sapper Engineer Company, 856th Military Police Company, and the 194th Engineer Detachment
1 Hughes Ave, Bellemont, AZ 86015
Camp Navajo is an expansive United States Army training facility and ammunition storage depot located near Belmont and Flagstaff Arizona. Primarily used by the Arizona Army National Guard, the facility spans across 28,347 acres and is comprised of heavily forested, grassy, gently rolling to steep terrain at approximately 7,100 feet in elevation. The facility consists of 227 miles of roads, 38 miles of rail, and approximately 777 ammunition storage igloos. Camp Navajo is striving towards the first NetZero installation in the state and already provides its own water and waste water distribution systems. Facilities include approximately 170 buildings, of which 32 are currently used for administration, maintenance, operations, and storage. The igloo magazine structures are generally used for storage of conventional (and former chemical) munitions. It has become one of the most important training facilities in the United States Army Reserve and National Guard network.
The Camp has a unique concept of operations. The installation has four missions. These are: (1) Operate a National Guard training site (2) Provide command and control of the Arizona Army National Guard force structure in Northern Arizona (3) Provide depot-level storage services to various DoD customers (4) Operate under the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty guidelines for ballistic missile storage.
Arriving at Camp Navajo
Flagstaff Pullium Airport is 15 minutes away from Camp Navajo. Get on I-40 E and continue to Flagstaff. Take exit 337 from I-17 S and continue on John Wesley Powell Blvd.
There are over 8,000 active duty, guard and reserve, family members, and DoD personnel and retirees assigned to Camp Navajo.