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The MH-53M Pave Low Helicopter, tail number 68-10367, arrived here from Hurlburt Field, Fla., Sept. 18 to be moved to the Hill Aerospace Museum for display. Hill Air Force Base was the first base the helicopter was ever assigned to. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Cromar) Museum receives MH-53 Pave Low for display
The Hill Aerospace Museum received a MH-53M Pave Low helicopter on Sept. 18. It was the last of its kind in the Air Force's continental U.S. inventory. The Air Force has retired the special operations helicopter and the MH-53M models will now become static displays in Air Force museums nationwide. Hill Air Force Base first received this particular
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2008
Staff Sgt. James Clark greets his wife at the Salt Lake International Airport on Sept. 11 as he and other members of the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron return from a deployment. Members of their families, along with Col. Linda Medler, 75th Air Base Wing commander, were on hand to greet them. Home coming

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2008
In Honor of POW/MIA day, servicemembers gathered at Hill Memorial Park for a revile ceremony Sept. 19. The ceremony included a prayer from Chap. (Lt. Col.) Carl Wright, 75th Air Base Wing chaplain, and a speech by Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Candler, Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing command chief. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Billy Arrowood) Hill will not forget

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2008
(From left to right) Ret. Gen. Ronald Fogleman, former Air Force chief of staff, Mike Hendry, Hal "Doc" Marsell, Jack Price and Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Hill presents 2008 Wingman Awards
Retired Gen. Ronald Fogleman, former Air Force chief of staff, and Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, presented three individuals with Wingman Awards during the Hill Air Force Ball, Sept. 19. Hal "Doc" Marsell, Jack Price and Mike Hendry each received the award for their support of the base and the individuals assigned
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Hill joins Rocky Mountain Power in green efforts
For years, Hill AFB has been cutting its energy use wherever possible and seeking out other innovative ways to go green. The base's latest initiative includes partnering with Rocky Mountain Power to take advantage of renewable energy, including that from a centuries-old technology -- windmills.In a ceremony here today, Maj. Gen. Kathleen D. Close,
0 8/19
2008
Cookie Monster takes the time to hug some children during a live performance at North Ridge High School in Layton, August 1.  (U.S. photo by Airman 1st Class Robby Hedrick) Can you show me how to get...
Sesame Street, the American educational television series for children, held a live performance for military members and their families at Northridge High School on August 1. The tour was part of the Talk, Listen, Connect program which is an outreach program designed to support military families with deployments, homecomings and changes. Muppets
0 8/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo Hill helper volunteers abroad
Long hours, exhausting heat and a heavy workload may discourage many from spending off-duty time for anything but relaxing. Those factors did anything but slow down one volunteer from Hill Air Force Base. Master Sgt. Jason Byars, 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron phase flight production superintendent, deployed to Iraq earlier this year. After
0 8/04
2008
Tech Sgt. Michael Keith, 729th Air Control Squadron satellite and wideband systems, performs a rear-naked choke on Tim Tcha, maintainerfor Sorenco Labs, during a seminar with Gabriel Gonzaga, a UFC competitor, at the Mori Academy of Martial Arts in Sunset, July 26. (U.S. photo by Airman 1st Class Robby Hedrick) Airmen train with UFC fighter
Gabriel Gonzaga, a current Ultimate Fighting Championship competitor, taught a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu seminar at the Mori Academy of Martial Arts, July 26. Mr. Gonzaga was here to provide instruction in the art of jiu-jitsu. Mr. Gonzaga was brought in as a part of Team Link to further the quality of instruction and provide exposure to different
0 7/30
2008
Default Air Force Logo New School Liaison Program at Hill
For the first time, Hill Air Force Base has a School Liaison Program. The program, under the direction of Judith Maughan, School Liaison Officer, was created to enhance the educational environment and opportunities for the children of parents assigned to Hill. There are many unique educational challenges facing military children including PCS
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2008
Camille Gardner, 20, of Fruit Heights, tees off on Hole 14 of the 102nd Utah State Women's Amateur golf tournament at Hubbard Golf Course on Hill Air Force Base.  The tournament determines the best amateur female golfer in thee state of Utah by only allowing Utah residents with a handicap of 36 or lower to compete for the title.  The tournament was held over a three-day period, July 21-23.  Title play was still ongoing at press time.  Next week: the winners and a wrap-up of the last day's competition. Making it count
Hill Air Force Base hosted the 102nd Utah State Women's Amateur golf tournament at Hubbard Golf Course, July 21-23. The tournament, which has been absent from Hill AFB since 1969, boasted approximately 130 of the best amateur women's golfers in the state of Utah. The tournament began in 1900 at the Salt Lake Country Club with 15 competitors and has
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2008
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