The U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett, provides training for maneuver support and sustainment units of the Army Reserve, and offers training opportunities to all U.S.military components and allied nations.

Available resources include Tactical Training Bases, Military Operations on Urban Terrain sites, a five-mile Convoy Live Fire Course, weapons qualifications ranges, a live-fire shoot house,and an urban assault course.

For units with airborne training needs, Fort Hunter Liggett hosts one of only four C-17 cargo aircraft capable dirt assault strips in the U.S., dozens of parachute drop zones, a heliport, and restricted airspace up to 24,000 feet.

Originally, designated Hunter Liggett Military Reservation in1941, the installation is named for Lieutenant General Hunter Liggett and in 1975, the reservation was re-designated Fort Hunter Liggett Military Installation.
Today, the command is officially designated as the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett with Parks Reserve Forces Training Area located in Dublin, California as a sub-installation.

The garrison mission is to maintain and allocate training areas, airspace, facilities and ranges in order to support reserve and active components field maneuvers, live fire exercises,testing, and Institutional Training.

Additionally, the installation provides quality of life and logistical support to training units. Fort Hunter Liggett is one of six pilot installations for Net Zero - Energy and Waste by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installation, Energy and Environment. Its sub-installation,Parks Reserve Forces Training Area located in Dublin, Calif. supports more than 250 units and more than 20,000 Soldiers in the San Francisco area.
• 160,000+ acres
• Supports more than 250 units and more than 20,000 Soldiers in the greater San Francisco area
• JNTC Certified Training Base (Joint National Capability Catalog)
• Strategic Partnership with Camp Roberts (CANG)