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Ribbon cutting held for new soldier housing complex at Fort Hunter Liggett 

Pictured are Fort Hunter Liggett Commander Lt. Col. Michael B. Bailey and Congressman Sam Farr conducting the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Pictured are Fort Hunter Liggett Commander Lt. Col. Michael B. Bailey and Congressman Sam Farr conducting the ribbon cutting ceremony.

On March 27, a ribbon cutting ceremony at Fort Hunter Liggett celebrated the addition of 15 two-bedroom apartments. Each has a full kitchen, shared bath, and washer/dryer for unaccompanied personnel.

This new housing complex, also known as the Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH), is in addition to other military rooms that can accommodate more than a thousand soldiers.



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