Engineer Center of Excellence at Fort Hunter Liggett
200818-A-OV743-311.JPG Photo By: Amy Phillips

FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, Calif. - Sgt. Zachary Squires with the 486th Engineer Co. based in Monclova, Ohio; and Spc. Edgar Torres with the 333rd Engineer Detachment based in Sante Fe, New Mexico putting newly acquired wiring skills to work during the inaugural 12R10 Interior Electrician military occupational skills course at Fort Hunter Liggett TASS Training Center, California, August 15-29, 2020. Torres served six years in the Army as a supply sergeant, and joined the U.S. Army Reserve in March 2002. He is in the construction business in his civilian career and electrical skills will come in handy. Squires was a military police in the Army for five years, and joined the U.S. Army Reserve in 2019. He is in the heating and cooling business in his civilian career, which often requires skills in electrical wiring. “I’m learning how to do things the right way, instead of in the field at my job so it’s cool,” said Squires.


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