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The Patriot Guard Riders are a unique group of motorcyclists spread across the nation dedicated to preserving the sanctity of military funerals.  The PGR attend the funeral services of fallen military members and through strictly legal and non-violent means, shield mourners from any interruptions created by protesters. Courtesy photo
Pride Ride: Patriot Guard Riders preserve dignity of military funerals
Members of the Patriot Guard Riders have two things in common: motorcycles and an unwavering respect for those that risk their lives for America's freedom and security. The Patriot Guard Riders are a unique group of motorcyclists spread across the nation dedicated to preserving the sanctity of military funerals. The PGR attend the funeral services
0 5/11
2007
Jasey Colunga, machinist with the 530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron, leans on his most recently completed artwork at Hill Air Force Base. This is the single largest work of art Mr. Colunga has completed. The entire mural spans 170 feet by 35 feet, and is too wide to capture in a single photo. Drafts for the mural began with roadmaps from Texas to Utah representing the connection the unit has had with Texas in the past. Those drafts were tossed aside, however, and replaced with an all encompassing picture of Utah. The mural depicts southern Utah on the left and northern Utah on the right side. “The mural is really just to boost morale in our building,” said Mr. Colunga. “It turns our industrial workplace into an interesting shop that people remember.” Courtesy Photo Art at work: Maintenance employee swaps wrench for brush

0 5/10
2007
A light continental breakfast, then its off to the tanker! 419th Fighter Wing reservists and their civilian employers eat a light meal before the employers are treated to a show of a mid-air refueling flight. Photo by Senior Airman Daniel Durbin. 419th Fighter Wing hosts Employer Day
"It was awesome!"  These were the words of many of the civilian employers who participated in the 419th Fighter Wing's annual Employer Appreciation Day activities, April 14. Hill Air Force Base's Reserve wing rolled out the red carpet for about 45 civilian employers in an effort to promote a better understanding of the Air Force Reserve's role in
0 5/03
2007
Desiree Palacios, Hill Field Elementary school student, plays hopscotch during recess. Playground games such as these are a good way for children to get exercise. For more about children’s fitness, turn to page five. Photo by Beth Young 
Fitness should be child's play
Play is an important part of childhood, but more and more it's happening in front of a TV or computer screen and not on the playground. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 18 percent of children are overweight, and obesity in children increases the more hours they watch television. "A lot of the problem is video games and
0 5/03
2007
Default Air Force Logo Radar Squadron nears end of significant mission
On April 27, Hill Air Force Base's 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron finished one if it's most important missions to date. Since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, the 84 RADES has been all over the United States optimizing air traffic control radar systems that monitor aircraft all over the skies. "We are optimizing radar systems that have been out
0 5/03
2007
Capt Sean Carter, 75 ABW/PA sings the national anthem while the Northridge High School Jr. ROTC Honor Guard present the flag during the opening of the Salute to Team Hill held at the base fitness center. Photos by Alex R. Lloyd Community shows support for Team Hill members
Athletes, dancers and mascots from professional teams in Utah visited Hill Air Force Base's Fitness and Wellness Center April 17. The sportsmen and sportswomen gathered for the event, Salute to Team Hill, in order to thank servicemembers and show their appreciation for what the Hill workforce does in support of the Global War on Terror. About 625
0 4/30
2007
Cutline: Mechanics from the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group F-22 Division install the Night Air-to-Air Refueling modification on an F-22. Courtesy photo
Initial workload on F-22 complete
Almost a year after the first F-22 arrived for maintenance at Hill AFB with much fanfare, the final aircraft in the initial contract workload was quietly completed and flown back to Langley AFB, Va., on April 2. The workload presented challenges to the F-22 Division, 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group, but the 36 mechanics and support staff --
0 4/30
2007
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Karyn Plante, sister to Tech. Sgt. Timothy R. Weiner, etches his name on the cover of a program during the Explosive Ordnance Disposal 38th Annual Memorial Service at the Kauffman EOD Training Complex April 21. Sergeant Weiner was one of three Airmen killed by an improvised explosive device in Baghdad, Iraq, Jan. 7, 2007. The ceremony memorialized 14 names of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen who have sacrificed their lives during EOD missions. Those names will bring the total to 215 names inscribed on the bronze tablets of the memorial. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mike Meares) Hill EOD Airmen honored
Three Hill Air Force Base Airmen were among 14 service members honored in a ceremony at the Navy's Kauffman Explosives Ordnance Disposal Training Complex on Eglin Air Force Base, Saturday. More the 500 people looked on as Hill AFB EOD team members Tech. Sgt. Timothy Weiner, Senior Airman Daniel Miller and Senior Airman Elizabeth Loncki had their
0 4/30
2007
Attendees of Kid's Deployment Day had the chance to try gas masks, cold weather gear and other things their military parents use on deployments. Photos by Beth Young Moving down the line
For the sixth year in a row, the smallest members of the Air Force family lined up at the Hill Air Force Base deployment processing line, for Kid's Deployment Day. "The point of Kid's Deployment Day, which I think is more poignant now than six years ago when they started it, is we need to allow our children to have a positive upbeat image of what
0 4/27
2007
Bunjob Turner, an owner of the Five Star Restaurant & Grill, prepares crab wontons for the daily buffet. Mrs. Turner and her husband, Brett, operate the restaurant in Bldg. 849. Menu items include a Thai and Chinese buffet, hamburgers and breakfast. Photos by Bill Orndorff
New restaurant opens on base

0 4/25
2007
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