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Cliff, the rescued Golden Eagle, perches, peering into the vast canyons of Lake Powell. A little rough for the ride
On June 27, during a hike in a narrow sandstone canyon at Lake Powell, 2nd Lt. Brady Lindberg, Ogden Air Logistics Center contracting, and friends stumbled across an injured eagle. The eagle had flown in between two narrow rocks and had become trapped between them. Every attempt to escape by the eagle wedged him farther and farther between the
0 7/11
2008
Tech. Sgt. Anthony Terrando, 367th Recruiting Squadron special tactics recruiting liaison, speaks with Capt. Donna Miller, 367 RCS operations flight commander, outside of the squadron building. Special operations joins recruiting
Many Airmen would argue that the best recruiter is the one who can provide applicants with the most accurate information about the job they're pursuing.For many interested in the Air Force, however, it can be difficult to find a recruiter with experience in that one specific career field. The Air Force has taken note of this and set in motion
0 6/27
2008
Platoon-mates of fallen soldier, Spc. Daniel Dolan, from Fort Lewis, Wash., escort the covered bronze busts of Spc. Dolan, Sgt. Michael Lehmiller and Cpl. Michael Pursel, as members of the Utah Patriot Guard Riders salute and hold U.S. flags before the unveiling ceremony Saturday, June 21. Bronze busts of fallen Utah Soldiers unveiled
"These three men were heroes," Utah State Lt. Gov. Gary Herbert said of Sgt. Michael Lehmiller, Spc. Daniel Dolan and Cpl. Michael Pursell, during a ceremony on Saturday, June 21, before the bronze busts of the three soldiers were unveiled. Friends and family of the fallen soldiers paid homage to their memory and witnessed the unveiling of the
0 6/23
2008
Mark D. Johnson, Senior Executive Service, Executive Director at OO-ALC, Hill AFB, UT. OO-ALC welcomes new executive director
Mr. Don Cazel, previous Ogden Air Logistics Center executive director, has since retired and moved on to new things.The center's new executive director, Mark Johnson, has reported to Hill Air Force Base and is ready to get down to business."I was once told, 'it's amazing what we can accomplish if nobody is concerned with who receives the credit,'
0 6/16
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Materiel Command executive director going to Headquarters Air Force
Air Force officials announced today that Barbara A. Westgate will become the new Air Force Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Plans and Programs, replacing Maj. Gen. Charles E. Stenner Jr., who will become the commander of Air Force Reserve Command. Mrs. Westgate, a member of the Senior Executive Service, currently is the executive director
0 6/13
2008
Default Air Force Logo AFMC commander on nuclear issues
Gen. Bruce Carlson, Air Force Materiel Command commander, hosts a video addressing issues about recent Air Force issues:http://www.afmc.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-080611-036.wmv
0 6/12
2008
A missing case of M16A2s was located the morning of June 6 near the area pictured above. Twelve M16A2 rifles went missing June 3 when the case of weapons fell off the back of a highly-mobile multi-wheeled vehicle. Base investigators received a phone call stating the case could be found in the  general vicinity of the stables on the west side of Hill Air Force Base.  The incident is still under investigation.  U. S. Air Force photo by Sam Shore M16s found

0 6/06
2008
Storing a vehicle properly while deployed doesn't have to be a hassle. Hill Air Force Base has a free, secure long-term parking area for deploying members. For people who are overly cautious about their cars, researching and applying quality storage methods can help ease anxiety. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Smith) Cars stay safe, tips to long-term storage
Deploying Hill Air Force Base Airmen have enough to worry about; finding a safe place to store a vehicle shouldn't be an additional burden. Thanks to the efforts of the 75th Security Forces Squadron, keeping cars safe while away doesn't have to be a concern. Senior Airman Ryan Jones, 75 SFS, says his squadron runs a secure, gated area where people
0 5/30
2008
A skater, who doesn’t want to be identified because he is not wearing the required safety gear gets some air after jumping a ramp at the Hill Air Force Base skate park. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Robby Hedrick) Skating by the rules
Every evening after school when the heat of the day has started to cool down, bodies are jumping, twisting and flying through the air at the local skate park here on base. These people are perfecting series of tricks, grinds and jumps all in the company of their friends and other skateboarding enthusiasts. They are laughing, joking and having an
0 5/29
2008
U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop (center) and Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, place a Memorial Day Wreath during a ceremony held to dedicate the new Hill Memorial Park for the fallen Airmen of Hill Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force Photo by James Arrowood) Hill AFB dedicates memorial park, renames streets
On a rainy day in May, family members gather with Airmen, media and distinguished guests to dedicate four streets, a memorial park and unveil a replica of a monument to Airmen killed in action. The indoor replica reflects the official monument's words to those assembled in the base theater, as the rain falls outside. The monument is a trio of black
0 5/26
2008
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