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Maj. (Dr.) Marvin Acquistapace, Optometry Flight commander uses a photo bio-microscope for a evaluation that would be done pre and post operation after laser eye surgery. Airmen need commander approval before eye surgery
Advancements in laser eye surgeries have made it possible for those with vision problems to get rid of their eye glasses and contact lenses. Before military members talk to their doctor, they need to talk to their commander. "Because it is so easy to do, they don't think of it as a surgery," said Maj. (Dr.) Marvin Acquistapace, 75th Optometry
0 2/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Salvia banned at Hill Air Force Base
An alarming new trend, popular among many young Americans, has now been made illegal to all military members at Hill. Salvia Divinorum, commonly called Salvia, is often advertised as a 'legal high' because it is not currently considered a controlled substance. It can be purchased legally over the Internet and in some commercial establishments.
0 2/08
2007
Because ID checks are required to access the base, car decals will soon be a sight of the past. Their use has been eliminated as part of an AFSO 21 initiative, saving the base millions of dollars. Sticker shock: eliminating decals saves Hill a million
It's hard to believe that a four inch sticker could cost more than a million dollars a year, but that is the estimated savings of the pioneering Air Force Smart Operations initiative that eliminated vehicle decals at Hill last June. "The material costs were $37,000 a year," said Dr. Chalon Keller, Hill chief of transformation. "Not only were you
0 2/08
2007
Cooks, Somchit Moslak and Chanphen Duncan, work on dinner for hungry Airmen at the Hillcrest dining facility. Their skills are one of the areas being evaluated for the Hennessy Award. Services competes for Hennessy Award
This week, the entire scope of Hill's food service program will be scrutinized and evaluated, yet those who manage the program have done nothing different to prepare. "We are ready because we do not only prepare for evaluations, we are prepared everyday," said Mike McCoy, Hill food service officer. "In the event of an evaluation we don't have to
0 2/08
2007
Jean Thomas, standing, the Civilian Personnel Directorate's sign language interpreter for the base and the class instructor, practices the manual alphabet with the students. Co-workers team up to communicate better
When a co-worker has a special need, employees often team together to help them out. In the case of the 524th Electronics Maintenance Squadron, more than a dozen workers are willingly taking an early-morning class to help improve one co-worker's quality of life. The 524th employees meet weekdays at 6 a.m. in a Bldg. 5 conference room to study
0 2/08
2007
(Left to right) Danielle Garcia, bowling center employee, gives a tour of the Hill Bowling Center to Senior Master Sgt. Wade Clark, 75th Services Division superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. Venton Lamont, AF LeMay team member  and Col. Frederic Ryder, AF LeMay team chief, during a visit last week to evaluate the entire services division as part of the Gen. Curtis E. LeMay competition. This competition is used to select the best services program in the Air Force. Services competes to be AF "best'

0 1/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo 75th leadership addresses base community concerns
Editor's note: This is the third and final in a series of articles answering questions from a town hall meeting held with 75th Air Base Wing leadership Nov. 8. Q. Before I came into the military, I was covered by several different dental plans. Each one of these insurance companies had figured out that it was cheaper to provide cleanings and
0 1/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo ALC Commander answer base employees' questions
The following is the first of two articles in which Maj. Gen. Kevin J. Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, answers questions submitted by those who attended his commander's call Dec. 14. The second article will appear in the next issue of the Hilltop Times. Q. With the new fitness center, what will happen with the Hess Fitness Center?
0 1/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hill Tax Center available for tax season
As January nears its end, it's time for many Americans to start thinking about that unpleasant yearly tradition of tax preparation. With the April 17 deadline now just a few months away, many people feel the pressure start to mount as they run out of days and scramble to file their taxes. Hopefully this year, thanks to the Hill Tax Center, military
0 1/25
2007
Major General Kevin Sullivan, Commander, Ogden Air Logistics Center ALC commander discusses center's performance
(Editor's Note: This is the last of two articles featuring Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, discussing the performance of the center in 2006 and what's ahead in 2007.) While the Ogden Air Logistics Center will continue to focus on the Air Force objectives in 2007, Ogden ALC commander Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan said he
0 1/18
2007
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