“As the Senior Commander of Fort Hunter Liggett, it’s exciting to see new infrastructure built that will endure for years to come and serve to host countless numbers of troops,” said Maj. Gen. Brian Alvin. The ORTC consists of barracks housing up to 800 transient Soldiers, maintenance sheds, administrative offices, and supply and training space. The design includes Department of Defense anti-terrorism/force protection measures, intrusion detection systems, energy monitoring control systems, and energy efficient solutions. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, project managers for the ORTC construction, provided participants with a facility tour after the ceremony. Congressman Jimmy Panetta, 63rd Regional Support Command...
02.23.2017 | FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, CA, US | Story by Amy Phillips
Fort Hunter Liggett Staff Judge Advocate Lt. Col. Charmaine Betty-Singleton was the keynote speaker at the VFW Post 10965's Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 11, 2016 at the Paso Robles District Cemetery. The event included an Invocation by FHL's Chaplain (Maj.) Vaughn Benner, opening remarks by County Supervisor Frank Mecham (U.S. Navy Veteran), patriot songs sung by all participants, and a fly over of historic aircrafts by the Estrella Warbird Museum Veteran aviators. The VFW and American Legion Post 50 Honor Guard conducted a rifle volley tribute while the Paso Robles Boys and Girls Scouts led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Taken: 11.11.2016 | Video by Amy Phillips
FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, Calif. - The 200th Military Police Command conducted their Best Warrior Competitions at Fort Hunter Liggett. Here they are competing in the 9mm pistol range. (US Army Reserve photo by Amy Phillips/Released)
Taken: 03.15.2017 | Photo by Amy Phillips