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Shara Cooley, tries out one of the treadmills at the Family Fitness Center while watching her daughter, Emily play in the children’s area. Family Fitness Center opens for business
A long line of strollers is not a normal sight to see at a gym, but at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Family Fitness Center Monday they were more than welcome. Located at the Hess Fitness Center, the child-friendly center officially opened its doors for business earlier this week. "I'm so excited that everyone gets to come and use it," said
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2007
Col. Robert Shofner, 526th ICBM Systems Wing commander talks to students at Northridge High School about the science of ICMB missiles. Local commander impacts wing, community
Hill Air Force Base is number 10 for Col. Robert Shofner, 526th ICBM Systems Wing commander, but that is just his career. Over his entire life he has been at 25 different bases. "I have been in the Air Force for 47 years -- every day of my life," he said. "18 years as a dependent, four years in ROTC and 25 years on my own" A self described military
0 3/26
2007
Don Cazel (left), Executive Director, Ogden Air Logistic Center, scores an easy goal against Master Sgt. Kenneth Elliott, 75th Operations Support Squadron, after rebounding a teammates shot attempt during the commanders vs. chiefs basketball game commemorating the start of this year's Air Force Assistance Fund campaign at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.  Team Hill members in attendance were also treated to a half-time dance show put on by the ladies of the NBA's Utah Jazz dance team. Members in attendance also received door prizes presented by Kelsey Brigel, Miss Teen Utah as part of the event's festivities.  (USAF photo by Efrain Gonzalez, Civ., 75 Communications Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, UT) Basketball tournament results announced
The tournament of the basketball intramural season comes to a close as spring approaches and other intramural sports begin. Posted are the results of the final game and the winners of the basketball intramurals. First place - Sky Force 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron 59 points Second place - 75th Security Forces Squadron 51 points
0 3/26
2007
Default Air Force Logo PCB results discussed at Hill AFB Info Fair
On Tuesday afternoon, Hill Air Force Base officials, along with environmental and medical experts, discussed with residents the results of the recently completed soil sampling in the northern half of Area F family housing on base. A second Info Fair, or informational meeting, was held at the Hubbard Golf Course clubhouse to inform the public about
0 3/26
2007
Dennis Miller (right) and Chris Ward inspect the wiring in A-10 panels before sending the aircraft to the fuel dock. Photo by Bill Orndorff Maintenance squadron sets A-10 record
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UT--The 571st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron reached a new A-10 milestone on March 1 when aircraft 79-0082 finished its Precision Engagement modification 14 days ahead of schedule. The modification gives the A-10 precision weapons capability through significant rewiring and the addition of modern avionics upgrades. The A-10C
0 3/26
2007
Default Air Force Logo Anthrax Immunization Program Changes
Base leaders and medical personnel have received new guidance about changes to the DoD Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program. Under the AVIP changes, immunization is mandatory for personnel (servicemembers, emergency-essential civilians, and contractors performing emergency-essential duties) assigned to either Central Command or the Korean Peninsula
0 3/01
2007
Capt. Lee Dewald, 4th Fighter Squadron pilot, gets an individual fit for his new helmet to fly with the CCIP jets. Senior Airman Mark Fredrickson pencils in around the edges to accurately measure where the visor should be shaved off in order to get a perfict fit. Life support section works to keep pilots safe
When is it typical for one person to run his snack bar bill up to $67 dollars for the month? "It is normal for me when we have an inspection like this," said Airman 1st Class Gregory Lentz, 388th Life Support Section, when discussing Air Combat Command's recent visit to the life support sections Jan. 22 - 25. Every two years, the life support
0 3/01
2007
Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, watches as Dr. Richard Kendell, with the commission for the Utah System of Higher Education, takes his turn signing the Education and Training Alliance memorandum here Monday. Ceremony marks milestone in education
The Utah System of Higher Education and Hill Air Force Base, memorandum of understanding signing ceremony held Monday marked a milestone in education here. The Education and Training Alliance memo, signed by Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander and the commission for the Utah System of Higher Education, Dr. Richard
0 3/01
2007
Commissary customers will find empty spaces on the shelves where the store has pulled the Peter Pan brand of peanut butter after it was linked to a Salmonella outbreak. Hill Commissary pulls peanut butter from shelves
The daughter of an Airman, who had purchased Peter Pan peanut butter from the Hill Commissary, became ill this weekend after eating the product, which was recalled due to its link to the food borne illness caused by Salmonella. The family is currently awaiting test results to see if her illness is Salmonella or connected to the peanut butter. The
0 2/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Meeting addresses environmental concerns
After random soil testing in base housing, during the Boyer-Hill Military Housing renovations here, polychlorinated biphenyls, also known as PCBs, were discovered in a section of Area F housing, north of 6th Street on the southwest side of base, Feb. 8. As of Tuesday, the soil outside of three housing units tested positive for PCBs and those
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2007
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