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Default Air Force Logo Major General Creer selected for induction into Utah Aviation Hall of Fame
The late Maj. Gen. William E. Creer, a World War II aviator from Utah, has been selected for induction into the Utah Aviation Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held Monday, May 25, at 9:30 a.m. in the Fighter Gallery of the Hill Aerospace Museum. The event is one of the kickoff events scheduled before Air Force Week Salt Lake City, which will
0 5/20
2009
The Hill Air Force Base First Sergeant's will be providing guidance on Air Force customs, courtesies and policies. Diamond Vision
Attaché case, gym bags and backpacks (AFI 36-2903, pg 90, item 12) Carried in left hand, on left shoulder, or both shoulders (not to interfere with rendering the proper salute). Attaché case: black only; Gym bags: black or dark blue; Backpacks: Only solid-color black backpacks may be worn with blue uniform combinations; solid-color black, olive
0 5/19
2009
Default Air Force Logo 101 Critical Days of Summer
So far this year the Air Force has lost too many of its valued members to fatalities. Twenty five members of the Air Force team have been lost in off duty vehicle accidents; we are not into the period of time that historically produces a lot of mishaps. I am talking about "101 Days of Summer". This is a period between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
0 5/18
2009
Default Air Force Logo AtHoc
AtHoc client installation phase is complete at Hill Air Force Base. End users (alert recipient) can see their connectivity status on their desktop; the small purple globe in the system tray icon: indicates you're connected, while a indicates the connectivity has been interrupted. If users are not connected or do not have the purple globe, they
0 5/15
2009
Default Air Force Logo AtHoc Emergency Mass Notification System (EMNS)
AtHoc, Air Force Materiel Command's new Emergency Mass Notification System, works within the command's existing network to deliver alerts to networked personnel and devices. The alerts can be in the form of pop-up messages sent to desktops and laptops as well as e-mails sent to PDAs and cell phones. In the future, it will also integrate with the
0 5/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo Updates on H1N1 flu show less severity
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that H1N1 influenza virus has been confirmed in 20 countries and 38 states, including one confirmed case in Utah. The CDC expects that more cases, more hospitalizations and possibly more deaths from this outbreak will occur over the coming days and weeks. However, the severity of the illness is
0 5/08
2009
Default Air Force Logo 2009 CSAF Reading List update
Fellow Airmen Dominating the air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace guarantees the security of our Nation. As adaptive warfighters and global thinkers on the Joint team, we must continually look for ways to expand our horizons. One way to do this is by reflecting on the lessons of history. With this in mind, I recommend three books from the 2009
0 5/08
2009
Default Air Force Logo Making Team Hill a better place to work
Hill Air Force Base is one of the largest Air force Installations; with more than 24,000 employees, the base is the equivalent of a small town. As with all small towns, Hill Air Force Base has its detractors and base leadership has been addressing these areas for several years, especially suicide. The Air Force has increased suicide prevention
0 5/01
2009
Default Air Force Logo Energy forum gets Hill closer to freedom
After hosting energy experts from across the nation at the "Connecting Energy to Freedom" forum held last Wednesday at the Salt Palace Convention Center, officials at Hill Air Force Base are poised to take further steps in achieving energy independence. Approximately 145 key experts in various industries including environmental, logistics, science,
0 4/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Hill energy forum studies energy independence on Earth Day
If brain waves could somehow be converted into usable energy, then the Salt Palace Convention Center would have been a nuclear power plant yesterday. Hill Air Force Base celebrated Earth Day in a big way by hosting a multi-industry forum discussion on viable sustainable alternative energy options to help Hill AFB and other organizations blaze the
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2009
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