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Lt. Gen. Donald Wetekam (left), Deputy Chief of Staff for Installations and Logistics, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C., answers a question posed to him during a breakfast held at the Hillcrest Dining facility while (left to right) Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, Senior Airman Gevoyd Little III, 775th Civil Engineer Squadron and Staff Sgt. William White, 775 CES listen. Photo by Alex R. Lloyd
General speaks on Air Force Smart Operations
On April 12 at Club Hill, Lt. Gen. Donald Wetekam, spoke to a large group of Team Hill members during the Logistics Officers Association Luncheon. General Wetekam is Deputy Chief of Staff for Installations and Logistics, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. He is responsible to the Chief of Staff of the Air Force for leadership, management
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2007
Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, answers Defense Attaché group member Russian Rear Admiral Alexander Agapov’s question about F-16 Phase Maintenance here April 11. Photo by Alex R. Lloyd
Foreign Attaches visit Hill

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Hill Air Force Base skate park temporarily closes
A popular hangout for the children of Hill Air Force Base will be temporarily closed due to improper use of the facility. The Hill AFB skate park was closed April 10 because skaters at the park have been failing to wear the proper safety equipment that is required for use of the park. "The reason we are closing the park is users have not been
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2007
Members of the USAF Honor Guard Drill Team from Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C., showcase their rifle drill performance at Hill AFB's Hess Fitness Center April 3. The Drill Team promotes the Air Force mission by performing at public and military venues to recruit, retain and inspire airmen. Drill at Hill
The Airmen of the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard drill team were not seen in the red and brown sepia tone like the heroes in the blockbuster movie '300,' but some would say the warriors in Air Force blue were just as impressive. Team Hill members watched as the Airmen performed April 3 on Hill Air Force Base at the Hess Fitness Center. There are 16
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2007
(March 28, 2007, Logan, Utah), Terry J. Nielsen, accepts the traditional folded flag from Utah’s VFW State Commander during the interment service for his father Colonel Chase J. Nielsen.  Lt. Col Nielsen was one of the last remaining members of the famed “Doolittle Raiders”. The members of the “Doolittle Raiders” reached national acclaim in 1942 after launching the first successful aerial bombing raid on Tokyo, Japan in retaliation for the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in December of 1941. (USAF Photo by Efrain Gonzalez, 75 Communications Squadron) Service held for Doolittle Raider
Friends, family, and servicemembers paid their respects Wednesday to Lt. Col. (ret.) Chase J. Nielsen, a member of the Tokyo Doolittle Raiders, who died Friday at his home in Brigham City, Utah. A service was held at the Allen-Hall Mortuary, Hyrum, Utah, the same city where Colonel Nielsen was born. Inclimate weather prevented a planned four-ship,
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2007
The P-47 is towed to the 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron corrosion shop for further maintenance and painting before it will be taken to the Hill Aerospace Museum. The P-47 will be placed in the WWII gallary. P-47 instrumental to Hill Air Force Base
"The P-47 was the key to Hill Air Force Base survival." At least that was what Maj. Gen. (retired) Rex Hadley would often say before he died Oct. 2006. General Hadley, who was instrumental in raising funds from state legislature to bring the P-47 to Hill AFB, witnessed that this aircraft was a significant part of Hill AFB's history. He asked for
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2007
Kathleen Moss, center, whose life was saved by the 530 CMMXS team, assisted Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan in presenting their Valor awards. Pictures from left are Milton Vierow, Dustin Flint, Jeffery Wilkinson, Ms. Moss, General Sullivan, Lonny Sexton, Esther Hardman and Brandon Olsen. Seven awarded Civilian Medal of Valor
Seven employees of the 309th Maintenance Wing have received Civilian Medal of Valor awards, recognizing their help during two separate lifesaving incidents in September 2006. The awards, which are awarded for acts of heroism, with voluntary risk of personal safety in the face of danger, either on or off the job, were presented March 5 by Maj. Gen.
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2007
A Hill Honor Guard member presents arms during Hill Air Force Base’s National Prayer Breakfast held here March 29, while a small group of singers from the 75th Medical Group called the “Melodic Medics” sing the National Anthem. Photo by Efrain Gonzalez Chaplain empowers base through message
"The Lord is my crew chief, I shall not be broken," said Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Cecil Richardson, U. S. Air Force deputy chief of chaplains, in a unique prayer during the Hill Air Force Base annual National Prayer Breakfast March 29. Nearly 750 base personnel of various faith backgrounds heard the chaplain's message which culminated the morning's
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Hill AFB Airman to participate in ‘Why We Serve’ Tour
In July of 2006, the Department of Defense launched a grassroots movement called the "Why We Serve" tour to help better communicate the experiences of U.S. service members to the American public. The tour takes place every quarter and allows service men and women from each branch of the military to travel across the United States and share stories
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2007
Senior Master Sgt. Deborah Francavilla, Tech. Sgts. Lynn Fyanes, and Andrew Thompson, from the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Hill AFB, UT., were among the first in line to grab a bite to eat from the food spread that was laid in honor of Airmen who recently returned home. Sergeant Francavilla and Thompson were deployed to Qatar and Sergeant Fyanes deployed to Kuwait. Airmen return to 'Warrior Welcome'
The 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron, friends and family rallied around more than 50 Airmen who recently returned from various locations during a Warrior Welcome gathering on March 15 held at the 75th LRS Bldg. 900. The purpose of the Warrior Welcome party is to acknowledge recently returned members from deployment, send off current Air
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2007
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