Background and Research Questions: Army Garrison Camp Williams (AGCW) is a military based located south of Herriman, UT. The base serves primarily as a training area for the Utah National Guard and is a fire-prone landscape located adjacent to urban development. The fire regime at Army Garrison Camp Williams (AGCW) was described in terms of fire frequency, annual area burned, sources of wildfire ignition, and historical fire patterns based on an analysis of historical fire perimeters (table 1). Additionally, Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools (LANDFIRE) data (Rollins and Frame 2006) were utilized to develop spatially explicit maps summarizing mean fire return interval, fire regime category, general vegetation type, and fire behavior fuel model type (Reeves et al. 2009). Using this data we addressed the following questions: 1) what is the typical pattern of fire in vegetation over time, including historical fire perimeters and the total area burnt per year, and 2) what is the predicted fire return interval?