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Lt Col Raymond Roessler, with the 309th Maintenance Wing, was killed after his civilian aircraft crashed on Oct. 5 in San Bernadino, Calif.  Hill loses Airman to plane crash
An Airman assigned to Hill Air Force Base was killed after his civilian aircraft crashed Oct. 5 in California. Lt. Col. Raymond Roessler, assigned to the 309th Maintenance Wing, was involved in a crash with his single-engine Piper in San Bernadino County, Calif. At the time of the crash, Colonel Roessler was returning from a temporary duty
0 10/09
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Newly promoted Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close gets her second-star pinned on by her husband retired Col. Mike Close, her sister Patricia Balph, and her godfather retired Col. Patrick Kenny. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Ogden ALC commander recieves two-stars

0 10/08
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Staff Sgt. Willie Coffey, 75th Security Forces Squadron, gladly holds his daughter during his welcome home at the Salt Lake City International Airport Oct. 2. The 45 Airmen returned from a seven month deployment in Bucca, Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Genieve David Home sweet home

0 10/03
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Col. Scott Chambers, 75th Air Base Wing commander, along with Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Bill Gurney, congratulate Staff Sgt. Matthew Hefti on his award on one of the 12 Outstanding Airman of the Year. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Hill Airman recognized as one of the best
One of Hill's own Airman was named one of the Air Force's top 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year during the Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition here. Staff Sgt. Matthew J. Hefti, 775th Civil Engineer Squardon's Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight, received the honors during the annual 12 Outstanding Airman of the
0 10/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hill AFB seeks '2-Minute Heroes'
Two Minutes. What possible good could be done to help someone else in such a short period of time? The 2007 Combined Federal Campaign is doing its best to find out. The theme for this year's CFC is "Be a 2-Minute Hero'" said Col. Anne Davis, Tooele Army Depot commander and chairperson of the 2007 Intermountain Region campaign. "The CFC lets us be a
0 10/01
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Col. Scott Chambers, 75th Air Base Wing commander, makes a pit stop at the 75th Medical Group's picnic at Centennial Park.  He greets Tech. Sgt. Steven Henry, NCOIC for the 75th MDG education and training office, and his son Cohen. A day in the life of a commander
If you are trying to gain five minutes of a commander's time, take a number. The day in the life of a commander is never the same and you can usually bet on a hectic day, full of surprises and back-to-back appointments. "A commander's job truly is 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year," said Col. Scott Chambers, 75th Air Base Wing
0 10/01
2007
Default Air Force Logo Key spouses act as Wingman
Military life can be hard on a spouse. It's not always easy on them to get information about what's going on with the base or with the military in general, and a whole host of other problems can come along when their loved one has to deploy. Fortunately, the Air Force has provided spouses with a place to turn to so they can talk to someone who is
0 9/28
2007
Default Air Force Logo Custodial services reduced
The 75th Civil Engineering will reduce custodial services in order to redistribute funds to other mission critical maintenance projects effective Oct. 1. "This necessary Air Force initiative helps provide the proper maintenance to systems such as heating and air conditioning, water, electricity, and structural repair to roofs and walls," said Capt.
0 9/28
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- (From left to right) Trent Ray, Don Cazel, executive director for the Ogden Air Logistics Center, and Troy Tingey, Hill's union president, highlight one of Hill AFB's new kiosks located in high-traffic areas for wage grade employees' use for work-related access. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Kiosks help employees

0 9/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo Civilian mock paypool results announced
A mock pay pool exercise for the National Security Performance System here, in Aug. The exercise was designed to test the new NSPS rating and rewarding processes and procedures. Rating officials and managers from eleven Ogden Air Logistics Center pay pools participated. They utilized interim assessments completed last May, by both employees and
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2007
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