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Default Air Force Logo A tip from a Career Assistance Advisor
The First Term Airman retraining window is 35 to 43 months from date of enlistment for four year enlistees; 59 to 67 months for those that enlist for six years. If you are a FTA and are approaching the beginning of your window, ensure you talk with your supervisor and career assistance advisor Master Sgt.  Julie McQueen at 777-7829, as well as
0 1/13
2009
Team Hill's Command Chief Master Sgt.'s provide insight and inspiration to the base's enlisted force. Chief's Corner
"Unfortunately, some people's view of standards seem to fluctuate depending upon time, location, and even position. As an American Airman, you cannot be one of those people...we must always adhere to every standard so the promise of precision and reliability needed as a member of the joint force defending its nation is met. The next time the
0 1/13
2009
Col. Scott Dennis, 388th Fighter Wing Commander, and Tech. Sgt. Gerald Holden, 388th FW Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of Information Management, promote Senior Airman Jessica Broome, 388th FW Information Manager, to the rank of Staff Sgt. through the Stripes for Exceptional Performers program Jan. 5. First STEP promotions of 2009

0 1/05
2009
Team Hill's Command Chief Master Sgt.'s provide insight and inspiration to the base's enlisted force. Chief's Corner
Airmen...as the holiday season is behind us, let's not lose focus of the need to manage our individual stress. Take the advice from your Military Family Life Consultants-- recognize what you can and can't control, take care of your body through a rigorous physical fitness program and balanced diet, keep your sense of humor, look for ways to help
0 1/05
2009
Default Air Force Logo Team Hill member graces magazine covers
Sitting in her cubicle eating a small well portioned meal was Kathleen Tesori, an Inventory Management Specialist for the 526 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles group, and is also a part time cover model for various magazines such as Max Muscle, Muscle and Fitness Hers and Omni Home Gym commercials. Mrs. Tesori began working for Hill Air Force
0 12/30
2008
Default Air Force Logo Coat drive for Utah homeless veterans
The Utah Veteran's homepage, UtVet.com, estimates that there are 2,395 military veterans who are homeless in Utah, with more than 5,000 veterans expected to be homeless at some point during the year. At this time of year, homelessness can be harsh and deadly. The Hill Air Force Base 729th Air Control Squadron and other supporting squadrons are
0 12/29
2008
Paul Gardner,Military & Family Life Consultant, speaks with a group of patrons about the stress of the Holidays at the Hillcrest Dining Facility on Dec. 25.  The Military & Family Life Consultants provides confidential and anonymous sessions with no cost to those wish to use their services.  Military & Family Life Consultant speaks with the Hill community

0 12/29
2008
Default Air Force Logo Policy change to administration of anthrax vaccine
Good news for Airmen with an aversion to shots. The DoD just changed its policy for administering the anthrax vaccine. The total number of doses in the initial series has been reduced from six to five and the method for administering the vaccine will now be intramuscular; something medical experts say will cause less discomfort at the injection
0 12/29
2008
Default Air Force Logo Pool closures
All base pools will be CLOSED until they are incompliance with The Virginia Graeme Baker (VGB) Pool and Spa Safety Act. This enactment was designed to ensure public safety in pools and spas through federal regulations that require the use of equipment that protects against body entrapment, hair entanglement and bodily injury. Currently there are no
0 12/22
2008
A nearly 14-foot “can tree” decorated by the 523rd Electronics Maintenance Group, towers nearly 14 feet in Bldg. 5, decorated with sweaters, coats, scarves, sweatshirts, shoes, toys and food items. The five 309 EMXG squadrons held a competition to collect food items and display them in a Christmas setting, and the 523rd entry was selected as “most creative.”  The more than 2,200 food items, clothing and toys collected will be taken to local charities. "Can Tree"

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2008
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