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Fat Albert prepares to taxi for its function check flight June 5 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Blue Angels members were present to witness the FCF flown by the 514th Flight Test Squadron. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Air Force returns Fat Albert to Blue Angels demo team
The Ogden Air Logistics Complex recently completed an eight-month. depot-level maintenance overhaul on the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels C-130T Hercules aircraft known as Fat Albert. Fat Albert is used to support the Blue Angels aerial demonstration team and performs its own aerial acts during air shows.
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Pictured is the operator stations of the newly-fielded AN/TYQ-23A Tactical Air Operations Module. The new system services 18 operators, is highly transportable and requires less than half the set up time required for the old system. (U.S. Air Force photo/ R. Nial Bradshaw) Air controllers decommission old, transition to new equipment module
The 729th Air Control Squadron (ACS), a tenant unit of the 552nd Air Control Wing at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma, decommissioned the long-used AN/TYQ-23 modular control equipment (MCE) operations module in a ceremony here, June 12. The event marked the squadron’s transition to a new rapid reaction mobile Air Control System, the AN/TYQ-23A Tactical Air Operations Module (TAOM).
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U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Alex Lopouchanski tries on a bomb suit while touring the 775th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Complex at Hill Air Force Base, June 8. Ops AF is as a requirement for graduation and Hill AFB is one of the 60 continental United States bases working with the Academy to make this program possible. (U.S. Air Force photo/R. Nial Bradshaw) USAFA Cadets visit Hill, experience AF base ops
Future Air Force officers visited here June 6-21 as part of an annual program that introduces them to the experiences they’ll likely have at an operational base after graduation.
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Team ‘Diamonds and Pearl,’ made up of Master Sgt. Trapper Skrpek, 75th Force Support Squadron, Master Sgt. Jacob Allen, 388th Operations Group, Master Sgt. Jennifer LaPlante, 75th Dental Squadron, Master Sgt. Josh Haberkorn, 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Master Sgt. Glenn Santos, 388th Maintenance Squadron, take on the ‘fire truck pull’ competition during an annual fire muster held at Centennial Park, Hill Air Force Base, June 14, 2017. (Todd Comar/U.S. Air Force) Hill AFB Fire department hosts muster
The fire department here hosted a fire muster competition June 14 at Centennial Park.
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Team Hill personnel begin a ruck march from Hill Air Force Base’s Memorial Park, June 9. The 10th annual ruck march honored Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent (Tech. Sgt.) Ryan Balmer, who was killed in Iraq in 2007. (U.S. Air Force/R. Nial Bradshaw) OSI detachment honors fallen agent
Team Hill personnel participated in a ruck march here June 9 to honor the memory of fallen Air Force Office of Special Investigations Special Agent (Tech. Sgt.) Ryan Balmer.
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388th Maintenance Group Loading Standardization Crew Member Master Sgt. Jeffrey Taggart reads technical data during a validation and verification process of an ammuntion bulk loader used to load cannon rounds onto the F-35A Lightning II fighter aircraft, Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo/R. Nial Bradshaw) Fighter wings successfully field test F-35A ammunition loader
The 388th Fighter Wing, the Air Force’s first F-35 operational wing, recently received five F-35A bulk ammunition loaders for field use. Airmen extensively tested one of the loaders June 6-9 during an engineering validation and verification evaluation here. The mobile loader lets weapons experts safely and efficiently load 25mm ammunition into the F-35A while simultaneously unloading spent shells.
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Col. David Lyons, 388th Fighter Wing commander, returns from his fini-fight June 6, 2017, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Donovan K. Potter) Fighter wing commander bids farewell
A wing commander’s tour is generally two years. In that time the machinery of an Air Force wing can operate at a steady hum, marked with the sound of rapid gear changes and acceleration at regular intervals. The machinery is humming and gears have changed continually during Col. David Lyons’ tenure at the 388th Fighter Wing as he prepares to hand over command June 23.
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Soul countrysinger/songwriter Sundance Head launches his tour of 10 U.S. Air Force installations at Beale Air Force Base, California, on June 30. (Meredith Truax courtesy photo) 'Voice' winner launching AF tour
Sundance Head, the winner of "The Voice" season 11 in December 2016, will perform at 10 U.S. Air Force installations. The free concerts are part of an Air Force Services Activity initiative to bring quality entertainment to Airmen and families.
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Angy Hogan poses with dresses at Hill Air Force Base, June 8. Hogan coordinates the ‘Belle of the Ball’ loan closet, a program that provides, free of charge, formal and semi-formal wear to active duty, retirees and their dependents so that they may have something beautiful to wear for special occasions. She is the spouse of active duty Tech. Sgt. Thomas Hogan, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, and was recently named 2017 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year for Hill AFB.  (U.S. Air Force/R. Nial Bradshaw) AFNWC spouse embodies service to others
The spouse of an Airman assigned to the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center here was named 2017 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year for Hill AFB.
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2017
Working from his home in Layton, Utah, Master Sgt. and author Brian Sharkey, proofreads a copy of his latest book, “Nocturnal Awakenings,” June 7. In his personal time, Sharkey enjoys writing fictional literature, specifically horror stories, and is expecting the release of his second published novel this week. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Full-time Airman, part-time author
Master Sgt. Brian Sharkey, 514th Flight Test Squadron, has been an aircrew flight equipment technician in the Air Force for over 20 years. In his personal time he enjoys writing fictional literature—specifically horror stories—and is currently anticipating the release of his second published novel.
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