Quick Links

Connect With Us

Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Facebook
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Twitter
Logo
Facebook
12,969
Like Us
Twitter
3,705
Follow Us
YouTube Instagram

News Search

News Comments Updated
Default Air Force Logo Air Force officials announce 2008 force-shaping plans
Air Force officials recently announced plans to meet the 2008 fiscal year end-strength of 328,600, which calls for a force reduction of about 5,400 officers and enlisted members through normal attrition, retirement or force-shaping measures. The reductions are in line with Air Force efforts to balance the force and recapitalize and modernize aging
0 8/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force convenes AFSO 21 summit
The secretary of the Air Force, chief of staff and the heads of all Air Force major commands gathered here Aug. 22 to increase the capability of the individual warfighter through Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st century, commonly known as AFSO 21. AFSO 21 is a dedicated effort to maximize value and minimize waste in Air Force operations that
0 8/27
2007
F-22 Raptors from the 1st Fighter Wing at Langley AFB, Va. soar over the Utah Test and Training Range during the Weapons System Evaluation Program Aug. 12-23.  The program, better known as ?Combat Hammer,? analyzes the bomb from the time it is built to the time it is deployed to determine how successful it might be in combat. Munitions put to test by Combat Hammer
Those around Hill Air Force Base may have noticed an increased number of sorties and a diverse group of aircraft flying west to the Utah Test and Training Range recently. From Aug. 12-23, approximately 250 sorties and six types of aircraft took part in the 86th Fighter Weapons Squadrons' Weapons System Evaluation Program, better known as "Combat
0 8/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo New rules encourage safety for children
Hill Field Elementary and Hill AFB have taken some pragmatic steps to improve the safety of students dropped off at the traffic circle this upcoming school year. Led by Hill AFB parents, they met with teachers, staff, and military members and designed a plan to stream-line the drop-off and pick-up process before and after school. The traffic
0 8/21
2007
The Hill Air Force Base Boldface Card Hill AFB introduces Boldface card
The Air Force has come up with many programs to get its people help should any of them consider suicide. It also requires everyone receive training annually so they know what to look for in someone who's thinking of suicide and how to get them help. Even with the annual training, seven months down the road people may not remember exactly what to
0 8/21
2007
Volunteers played the roles of moulage victims during the exercise. The victims were active at both scenarios, the F-16 Fighting Falcon crash site and the Roy Gate detonation and played an important role in providing realism, said Eric Faucher, 75th Air Base Wing program analyst. Exercise tests new system
Exercises may be a standard thing in the military, but the methods to them are always under improvement. At Hill Air Force Base, the Air Force Incident Management System has not been tested in the field before. The focus of the Aug. 7 exercise was to try out the soon to be implemented system. "The purpose of the exercise was to validate the
0 8/21
2007
Senior Airman Sarah Hansen, 67th Expeditionary Aerial Port Squadron, uses a forklift to pick up cargo pallets to load into the cargo area of a C-130. Airman Hansen is a reservist deployed from Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Seals) Hill Reservists deploy, revolutionize processes
Traditionally, reservists deploy to fill requirements one to two members at a time. It's unusual for an entire reserve squadron to mobilize and deploy as a unit, but after a year of planning, the 67th Aerial Port Squadron from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, did just that. The squadron, led by Lt. Col. Mark Pantone, had planned this deployment since
0 8/20
2007
Default Air Force Logo 'Best and brightest' joining Air Force, says AFRS
According to a Gallup Poll, the military is the most respected job in the country, and the Air Force is considered the service of choice. Unfortunately, polls also show people ages 18-24 are less likely join the military than in the past. This, along with Program Budget Decision 720 cuts, and the fact that a large portion of the United States does
0 8/16
2007
Default Air Force Logo Civilians no longer allowed to use salvia at Hill
On Aug. 6, Col. Scott Chambers, Hill Air Force Base installation commander, issued a memorandum stating all federal civilian employees, civilian contractor employees, military dependents and all other guests were ordered not to inhale, smoke, chew, consume or introduce salvia divinorum and/or salvinorin A into their bodies in any manner or possess
0 8/14
2007
Hubbard Golf Course, located to the east of the Hill Air Force Base flightline, will be the site for the annual Commander’s Cup, Sept. 4. The Commander’s Cup raises donations for the Hill Aerospace Museum and will be led this year by professional golfer John Kimbell. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Clay Murray ) Hill golf tournament still open
Hill Air Force Base is scheduled to sponsor its annual Commander's Cup Golf Tournament at the Hubbard Golf Course Sept. 4. The golf tournament fees are $120 per golfer, and that covers green fees, golf cart, food and prizes. Proceeds from the cup go to benefit the Hill Aerospace Museum. Events will kick off with check in at 10 a.m. and different
0 8/14
2007
RSS