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Default Air Force Logo Hill takes Airmen as ambassadors to next level
Hill Air Force Base recently implemented an idea to localize an ambassadors program after reading the Secretary of the Air Force Michael Wynne's February Letter to Airmen. After a board review, a panel selected six Airmen to serve as ambassadors under the Team Hill Ambassadors program. "My interest in this program dates back as early as my grade
0 7/02
2007
John Springer, 75th Security Forces Squadron, and his daughter, Shannon, play with their dog, Duce, in the dog splash pool at Hill AFB Bark in the Park. The event was held June 22 at Centennial Park. The yearly gathering gives families a chance to get out with their pet to do things they may not normally do, like run through an obstacle course or visit a paw reader. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brok McCarthy) Wet dog...love that smell

0 6/28
2007
Default Air Force Logo Team Hill member wins award for outstanding achievement in the field of excellence
On June 13, Staff Sgt. Matthew Hefti, 775th Civil Engineer Squadron, was selected as one of the Air Force's top enlisted members as he was named one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of 2007. An Air Force selection board at the Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, considered 33 nominees who represented major commands, direct
0 6/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo OO-ALC commander begins immersion
When Brig. Gen. Kathleen Close received command of the Ogden Air Logistics Center June 19, the majority of base personnel were wondering what direction she would take with Hill Air Force Base. Within a week of her appointment though, General Close began her immersion process, a method where she takes time to meet the people and learn all about the
0 6/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo AFA, Hill host national symposium
Lt. Gen. Terry L. Gabreski, Air Force Materiel Command vice commander, was one of several past and present Air Force leaders who spoke to more than 300 attendees, both military and civilian, at the 28th annual Air Force Association Focus on Defense Symposium at the Davis Conference Center, Layton. The theme of this year's event was "Air Force
0 6/27
2007
Maj. Gen. Kevin J. Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, presents Staff Sgts. Bradley Kline, Evan Knight, Steven Overstreet and William White. The Airmen, from the 775th Civil Engineer Squadron, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight, were presented the award for their efforts in the Global War on Terror (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex P. Llloyd) Four Airmen receive Bronze Stars
Four members of Team Hill were recently awarded Bronze Stars for their actions while deployed. The explosive ordnance disposal Airmen assigned to the 775th Civil Engineer Squadron received their medals from Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, former Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, and current deputy chief of staff, installations, logistic, and mission
0 6/22
2007
First Lt. Keola Lacar, 508th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, sets a ball during the 2007 Armed Forces Vollyeball Tournament at West Point Military Academy, N.Y. (Courtesy photo) Hill AFB lieutenant earns gold at Armed Forces tourney
A few weeks ago at West Point Military Academy, N.Y., the United States Air Force men's and women's volleyball teams earned gold medals during the 2007 Armed Forces Volleyball Championships. Hill Air Force Base's 1st Lt. Keola Lacar, 508th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, played a vital role on the men's championship squad. Lieutenant Lacar, who played
0 6/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hilltop Times; new process, same great information
The Hilltop Times is about to go through the biggest change it has seen since it's inception in the 1940s.The July 5 Hilltop Times will look just like previous issues of the paper, but it will be produced entirely (content gathering, layout and design) by Ogden Publishing Corporation, the current publisher of the paper. The 75th Air Base Wing
0 6/21
2007
June 21 is the first official day of summer, although the temperatures have already reached the high 90s. Hill Air Force Base kids have taken advantage of the warm weather, such as Tristan Pendley, 11, who jumps into one of the base swimming pools. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Beth Young) Look out below!

0 6/21
2007
Default Air Force Logo AFMC updates wellness survey, officials encourage participation
The health and well being of Air Force Materiel Command's work force of nearly 78,000 continues to be a high priority for the command's senior leaders. To promote candid feedback from workers on topics ranging from work environment to available counseling resources on Air Force bases, AFMC will offer an updated Wingman Wellness Survey online June
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2007
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