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Dr. Taronna Maines, a microbiologist in the influenza branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, inoculates 10-day old embryonated hen's eggs with a specimen containing an H5N1 avian influenza virus. (Photo by Greg Knobloch) The next pandemic
Base leadership and health officials at Hill are taking anything but a "wait and see" approach to the ever-increasing notion that the world could be on the verge of experiencing another influenza pandemic. A pandemic is the worldwide epidemic transmission of a communicable disease spread human to human. Experts in the health field say it's not a
0 9/11
2007
(HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah)-- (From left to right) Brigadier General Ken Merchant, vice commander Ogden Air Logistics Center, Brigadier General Kathleen Close, commander Ogden ALC and, accepting on behalf of inductee Nate Mazer, Harriett Mazer, view a memento provided to seven inductees that had several Hill coins encased in a plaque during a recent Wingman Inductee luncheon. The Wingman Award inductees will be recognized during this weeks Air Force 60th Anniversary Ball. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Wingman Award luncheon

0 9/11
2007
Chief Master Sgt. William Gurney, 75th Air Base Wing and Ogden Air Logistics Center command chief master sergeant, and Col. Scott Chambers, 75th ABW commander, perform the first crossing guard duty of the year Aug. 29. Because the 75th Security Forces Squadron is no longer authorized to peform crossing guard duties, volunteers are needed. Anyone wishing to volunteer should call Master Sgt. Kraig Chapman at 777-3745. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Back to school

0 9/10
2007
Gen. Bruce Carlson, commander of Air Force Materiel Command, talks to Don Cazel, Ogden Air Logistics Center deputy director, about Hill Air Force Base's Voluntary Protection Program. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) General Carlson: 'Hill doing great'
Gen. Bruce Carlson, commander of the Air Force Materiel Command, visited Hill Air Force Base Aug. 30 to learn more about how the base is handling his three primary focus areas: people, mission, and continuous process improvement. "Hill is doing great," General Carlson said. "While I was on my tour, I saw a number of initiatives that were remarkable
0 9/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo Personnel Center improves development tool
On Sept. 14, the Air Force Personnel Center will launch the Airmen Development Plan. The ADP is a new web-based decision support tool designed to integrate numerous force development tools, including electronic records, duty histories and assignment preferences, into one platform. Phase one of the ADP, launched in September, will apply to active
0 9/07
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Mr. Don Cazel, executive director for the Ogden Air Logistics Center, along with two unidentified workers, is shown one of Hill Air Force Base's newest kiosks located in high traffic areas for wage grade employees to use. Hill AFB recently installed 57 kiosks for employees to use for official work-related issues. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Kiosks installed for depot employees
The Ogden Air Logistics Center recently installed computer kiosks in maintenance organizations to give better computer access to wage grade employees. More than 50 software licenses were allocated to the center from Air Force Material Command to better assist wage grade maintenance employees with computer access. A local Hill joint union management
0 9/06
2007
Tech. Sgt. Anthony Church, 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron radar data analyst, analyzes raw radar data recorded over the Sierra Nevada to assist authorities in the rescue efforts for adventurer Steve Fossett Wednesday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Clay Murray) Air Force units assist in search for adventurer Steve Fossett
Air Force members from around the United States scrambled early Tuesday to assist in locating billionaire adventurer Steve Fossett in the border area around Southwest Nevada and California. The 1st Air Force Commander, Maj. Gen. Henry Morrow, the Inland Search and Rescue Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all federal inland commercial,
0 9/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo Retirees invited to share heritage with Airmen
In commemoration of the Air Force's 60th anniversary and Air Force Services, Hill Air Force Base will allow retirees to use dining facilities Sept. 18. According to an Air Force link article, allowing retirees to use dining facilities on this day not only gives them a chance to relive their past, but to share that past with today's Airmen. "This is
0 9/04
2007
Don Cazel (left), Ogden Air Logistics Center deputy director, and Troy Tingey, local union president, sign a Voluntary Protection Program agreement Aug. 15. The agreement shows both Team Hill's and the union's commitment to safety. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Hill takes step toward safer environment
Hill Air Force Base took a step forward in its commitment to safety and health, when a Voluntary Protection Program Commitment agreement was signed Aug. 15. The VPP was an initiative started by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to recognize organizations with outstanding safety and health programs to protect their employees. "We
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2007
Members of the Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team check on the progress of a school construction project Aug. 4 in the Paryan district of Panjshir Province, Afghanistan.  Once completed, the school will accommodate children from several villages in the province. The children are currently attending classes in makeshift tents overlooking the construction site.  The project is one of several being monitored by the PRT.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jim Varhegyi) Hill commander leads the way in Afghanistan
Whether crawling over dirt mounds to inspect a school, hiking mountains 9,000 feet above sea level or handing out stuffed animals, members of the Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team are pushing progress in Afghanistan. "It's a very unique job," said Lt. Col. Christopher Luedtke, PRT commander who deployed from Hill Air Force Base, Utah. "No day
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2007
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