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Roger Reynolds, director of contact relations at the Cooper institute, discusses proper form while running to a group of physical training leaders Oct. 24. Cooper Institute teaches military exercise course
The Cooper Institute, a non-profit research and education organization, came to Hill Air Force Base to teach a military exercise leader course to 50 physical training leaders, Health and Wellness Center employees, and others in charge of conditioning Airman, Oct. 21-24. The MEL course provides information designed to develop leadership and
0 10/27
2008
Louis Macias, 530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron machinist, air blasts a newly manufactured T-38 aileron lever to remove excess coolant following the third machine operation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Bill Orndorff) Hill works to replace T-38 aileron levers
To meet the challenge of building more than 1,000 aileron actuator levers for T-38 Talon aircraft, the New Manufacturing and Repair Division, 532nd Commodities Maintenance Squadron, literally had to start from scratch. The levers, which control moveable flaps on the T-38's wings, are being machined by the shop from a solid block of aluminum. The
0 10/27
2008
Dignitaries lift shovelfuls of dirt to commemorate the groundbreaking for the Falcon Hill Aerospace Development Park here Oct. 10. (U.S. Air Force Photo by James Arrowood) Air Force, officials break ground at Falcon Hill Aerospace Research Park
Construction of the largest Enhanced Use Lease project in the history of the Department of the Air Force officially began Oct. 10 with a ground breaking ceremony held at the Hill Aerospace Museum. Local dignitaries Gov. Jon Huntsman, Sen. Orrin Hatch, Rep. Rob Bishop, state Sen. Sheldon Killpack, local mayors and other community leaders assisted
0 10/16
2008
Various forms of caffeine available on base. Instant energy
Getting up earlier and staying up later have become more prevalent than ever in today's society. Through the implementation of the standard eight-hour work day and demand for higher productivity, people are consistently consuming more caffeinated beverages to aid them through the day. Whether you reach for a Doubleshot Energy+Coffee drink from
0 10/10
2008
Default Air Force Logo Base Chaplain shares success stories
The Airmen's Ministry Council here received a visit from Chaplain (Maj.) Bill O'Sullivan and Tech. Sgt Lee Wells, Chaplain Corps Resource Board, September 22 and 23 at the Junior Enlisted Center. The purpose of their visit was to videotape the success stories of the Airmen's Ministry Council, as well as interview Airmen, senior leaders and
0 10/03
2008
The MH-53M Pave Low Helicopter, tail number 68-10367, arrived here from Hurlburt Field, Fla., Sept. 18 to be moved to the Hill Aerospace Museum for display. Hill Air Force Base was the first base the helicopter was ever assigned to. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Cromar) Museum receives MH-53 Pave Low for display
The Hill Aerospace Museum received a MH-53M Pave Low helicopter on Sept. 18. It was the last of its kind in the Air Force's continental U.S. inventory. The Air Force has retired the special operations helicopter and the MH-53M models will now become static displays in Air Force museums nationwide. Hill Air Force Base first received this particular
0 9/24
2008
Staff Sgt. James Clark greets his wife at the Salt Lake International Airport on Sept. 11 as he and other members of the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron return from a deployment. Members of their families, along with Col. Linda Medler, 75th Air Base Wing commander, were on hand to greet them. Home coming

0 9/24
2008
In Honor of POW/MIA day, servicemembers gathered at Hill Memorial Park for a revile ceremony Sept. 19. The ceremony included a prayer from Chap. (Lt. Col.) Carl Wright, 75th Air Base Wing chaplain, and a speech by Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Candler, Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing command chief. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Billy Arrowood) Hill will not forget

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2008
(From left to right) Ret. Gen. Ronald Fogleman, former Air Force chief of staff, Mike Hendry, Hal "Doc" Marsell, Jack Price and Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Hill presents 2008 Wingman Awards
Retired Gen. Ronald Fogleman, former Air Force chief of staff, and Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, presented three individuals with Wingman Awards during the Hill Air Force Ball, Sept. 19. Hal "Doc" Marsell, Jack Price and Mike Hendry each received the award for their support of the base and the individuals assigned
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Hill joins Rocky Mountain Power in green efforts
For years, Hill AFB has been cutting its energy use wherever possible and seeking out other innovative ways to go green. The base's latest initiative includes partnering with Rocky Mountain Power to take advantage of renewable energy, including that from a centuries-old technology -- windmills.In a ceremony here today, Maj. Gen. Kathleen D. Close,
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2008
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