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Default Air Force Logo Squadron joins 75 ABW
A ceremony on June 2, 10 a.m., officiated by Col. Gerald David, 75th Mission Support Group commander, will finalize the inception of the 75th Force Support Squadron.The 75 FSS is being created in accordance with an Air Force directive that's out to do some standardizing. Key functions will merge together to form more of a one-stop service
0 5/19
2008
Kyndal Hitchcock, 3, plays with a dog puppet at the window of the Hill Air Force Base Log Cabin during the Family Child Care Provider Picnic May 10. The puppet was one of many goodies inside a cooler gift bag that all FCC Providers were presented at the party. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Smith) Raising Hill AFB children celebrated
Twenty-seven dedicated family child care providers were recognized during a picnic at the Log Cabin May 10, 2008, for having a big hand in raising some Hill Air Force Base children. The daycare providers, all of whom provide daycare in their homes, received certificates and gifts on behalf of grateful, working parents who trust the providers to
0 5/12
2008
The 81-year-old retired Col. Bernard F. Fisher shakes hands with J. Steven Ott, University of Utah Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Science, after receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts May 3. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Medal of Honor recipient receives diploma
Don't let the education office fool you; there are some people out there who have become commissioned officers without having their bachelor's degrees. Retired Col. Bernard Francis Fisher, a Medal of Honor recipient, received his diploma in fine arts from the University of Utah during a commissioning ceremony of nine second lieutenants from ROTC
0 5/06
2008
Not far from the crash scar, members of the volunteer group line up to clean the initial impact site and corresponding side of the mountain. Most of the big pieces were cleaned up after the collision, but some smaller bits were left behind. Hill Environmental Team recognized as best in DOD
A team of environmental specialists here has been named the best Environmental Quality Team in the Department of Defense. The 21-member group, part of the 75th Civil Engineer Group Environmental Division, includes biologists, an archaeologist, several engineers and other managers who oversee Hill AFB's natural, cultural and environmental compliance
0 5/05
2008
Private First Class Austin Harris watches on as Senior Airman Justin Moore runs through routine traffic stop procedures for an exercise April 12 during a training weekend. Army MPs train with AF
Military Police from the US Army along with local civilian police trained with members from the 75th Security Forces Squadron Hill Air Force Base unit the weekend of April 11. The training is run in part by Master Sgt. Kenneth Potts, 75 SFS NCOIC of training. The Army military police and local police are up to speed with law enforcement, but could
0 4/14
2008
Jay Cutler, Mr. Olympia 2007, smiles with a group of Tae Kwon Doe students at the Fitness and Wellness center at Hill Air Force Base March 28. Mr. Cutler visited Hill AFB to meet with fans, sign autographs and pose for photos. Mr. Olympia visits Hill
Mr. Olympia, a title at one point held by arguably the most notable winner, Arnold Schwarzenneger, visited the Health and Wellness Center Saturday. Jay Cutler, the two-time champion and current titleholder, was greeted at the gym by dozens of fans eager to meet the bodybuilder. "Turn out on military installations is usually pretty high," said Mr.
0 4/10
2008
Ployer P. Hill holds a photo of his father and the base's namesake, also named Ployer P. Hill, shortly after he was assigned to the base in 1964. (Courtesy photo) Son of base's namesake passes away
It's "like father, like son, like grandson" for the family whose name has been immortalized by Hill Air Force Base. The only son of Ployer "Pete" Hill, the base's namesake who was also named Ployer P. Hill, recently passed away on January 21, 2008, at the age of 83 in Florida. The son followed in his father's footsteps as a career officer in the
0 3/25
2008
BALAD AIR BASE, Iraq -- Staff Sgt. Corey Smith, 332nd Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Viper Aircraft Maintenance Unit armament systems specialist, connects a bomb to the alternate mission equipment as it?s supported by the jammer here, March 13. The jammer is the vehicle that is used to load munitions onto the aircraft. Sergeant Smith is deployed from Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mareshah Haynes) Bombs on target: loading the bomb
The call goes out and people begin to scatter. There's a sense of urgency in the air that can almost be felt, like static electricity that makes the hair on your arms stand up. The pilots and crew chiefs are preparing for the mission -- to rumble like thunder overhead and strike their targets from the sky like lightning. Thanks in part to armament
0 3/21
2008
Tim Langen performs a bearing dimensional inspection in the newly opened Bearing Shop, operated by the 530th Commodites Maintenance Squadron. Bearing Shop Reopens, Increases Capability
The 309th Commodities Maintenance Group formally opened its larger, "transformed" bearing shop March 13, in a new location with state-of-the-art technology and increased capability. "This facility is a transformational leap above the old facility," said Cathy Heywood, 530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron (Power Systems) director. "It was
0 3/18
2008
Default Air Force Logo CCAF opportunities for Airmen
It's one of the things that leadership insist every Airmen work to complete early in their Air Force careers. Through the Community College of the Air Force, an associate degree is an excellent way to jumpstart a journey in higher education. Terry Teigeler, CCAF advisor, thinks highly of the program and pushes for Airmen to make it a priority. "All
0 3/14
2008
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