High winds helped the Gate 13 Fire at Camp Navajo grow Saturday. The fire started Wednesday in the southwest corner of the military complex during demolition operations and has grown to around 900 acres. The fire is burning in Volunteer Canyon and is heading into thick-forested areas. Up to 70 personnel are expected to join the fire fight in the next couple of days. Crews are using water drops from helicopters and are planning back burning operations to help being the fire to full containment. The wildfire still poses no risk to facilities or current operations of the base. Air quality in the area is being monitored by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality at the Ponderosa Fire Department in Bellemont and in Kachina Village. Travelers along Interstate-40 may encounter smoke, which could hamper visibility at times. Use caution if you are driving in the area. There has been no injuries reported in fighting the fire.