Officials say residents can return to the base.
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In a press release, base leadership, the emergency operations team, and local emergency authorities will continue to actively monitor the threat. At this time there has been no fire-related damage to the installation or military assets.
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Travis Air Force Base ordered non-mission-essential personnel and their families to evacuate on Wednesday.
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Some people living East of Travis Air Force base have returned to their homes Thursday afternoon, but much of the surrounding area remains abandoned and smoke-covered.
The LNU Lightning Complex is made up of 7 separate fires affecting Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Lake and Yolo Counties.
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