The wastewater management plant is important as, or even more so than, having power. The plant is a huge operation in practice while depending on a very small staff to run it. Operators Frank Brinkman and Ron Garner work for the Directorate of Public Works and are responsible for managing, maintaining and monitoring water quality and cleaning the waste waters of FHL. Everyday thousands of gallons of wastewater enter the plant to be treated and eventually returned back to the earth. Brinkman explained the wastewater cycle from start to finish. Once the wastewater is flushed from a toilet or the sink drained, it flows down the line to the wastewater plant. At the plant, the wastewater goes through a grinder to break up solids...
01.31.2017 | FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, CA, US | Story by Staff Sgt. Eric W. Jones
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