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AN-NAJAF, Iraq -- Air Force Maj. Chris Gay poses with the 60 boxes of clothing to be handed out to Iraqi children at the Al-Manathera Internally Displaced Persons Camp near the city of Al-Najaf during a mission Feb. 2.  The major’s family, friends and co-workers living in three states collected more than 1,300 pounds of clothing and shoes to help hundreds of children at the camp.  The camp is the largest of eight scattered across Iraqi and houses more than 2,500 Iraqis, including 205 school-age children.  These families fled their homes following years of sectarian and terrorist violence.  The major, a division chief with the 507th Aircraft Sustainment Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, is currently deployed with a U.S. Army unit based in Baghdad.  U.S. Army photo USAF major's idea extends spirit of generosity to Iraq
What started as sheer curiosity turned into an international call to help hundreds of refugees in Iraq thanks to the efforts of an Air Force major currently deployed with the U.S. Army. Maj. Chris Gay, a division chief with the 507th Aircraft Sustainment Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, started a campaign to collect coats, clothes and shoes
0 2/13
2008
Default Air Force Logo Valentine's Day origins
Every year there are memorable holidays that are celebrated in the United States, North America and some even across the entire globe. The next major worldwide holiday is one that is in honor of love. Held on Feb. 14, Valentine's Day's history is a blend of urban legend and culture. The popular legend about St. Valentine teaches how the brave
0 2/11
2008
The 478th Expeditionary Operations Squadron commander, Lt.Col. Robert Leonard, accepts a bottle of children’s vitamins to donate to Shekinah Orphanage from Bob Eredics, Vitamins for the World director. The Coast Guard, Air Force, Vitamins for the World and Extreme Response International worked together to bring over one million vitamins to less fortunate children and adults in Ecuador. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Ashley Norris) Air Force and Coast Guard team together to transport vitamins
A U.S. Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules landed here Thursday evening with a generator and 1,053,800 vitamins for local schools and an orphanage, donated by Vitamins for the World and Extreme Response International.Bob Eredics, director of Vitamins for the World, based in Bradenton, Fla., was part of an eight-member team that spent one week in Ecuador
0 2/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo DLR making move to DLA
Forty three Hill AFB Depot Level Reparable employees are scheduled to become Defense Logistics Agency employees May 11 in accordance with a Base Realignment and Closure Commission 2005 initiative. Currently, the employees are part of the 84th Combat Sustainment Wing, and transferring them to DLA will help create a single, integrated depot-level
0 2/07
2008
Default Air Force Logo Justice Files
The following are recent Article 15 actions at Hill AFB:-A master sergeant from the 388th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received an Article 15 for assault consummated by a battery. Punishment: Reduction to technical sergeant and a reprimand. -A technical sergeant from the 368th Recruiting Squadron received and Article 15 for (willful) dereliction
0 2/07
2008
Members from Hill Air Force Base welcome the Installation Excellence Award Team. The inspection team visited Hill AFB for three days looking at everything from base services to maintenance work. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Hill AFB, community shine during IEA visit
Hill AFB and the local community had the chance to shine and highlight their relationship during the Installation Excellence Award Team visit Jan. 30-Feb. 1. The IEA four-member selection board arrived at Salt Lake City International Airport Jan. 30 where more than 100 people were waiting to greet the team, including a cheer leading squad and band
0 2/04
2008
Brig. Gen. Arthur Cameron III, 309th Maintenance Wing commander, speaks at a town hall meeting at the base theater Feb. 1, 2008. More than 230 Hill Air Force Base Supply, Storage and Distribution employees are making a transition to becoming Defense Logistics Agency employees. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex Lloyd) Hundreds of Hill AFB employees transferring to DLA
More than 230 Hill Air Force Base Supply, Storage and Distribution employees are transferring to become Defense Logistics Agency employees. On Feb. 1, Brig. Gen. Art Cameron, 309th Maintenance Wing commander, opened a town hall meeting by telling the crowd Hill AFB's DLA transition comes as a Base Realignment and Closure Commission 2005 initiative.
0 2/01
2008
Maj. Gen. Mark W. Anderson, the Installation Excellence Selection Board team lead, takes questions from the media upon arrival at Hill Air Force Base. Standing by is Col. Linda Medler, 75th Air Base Wing commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Governor Huntsman welcomes Installation Excellence Selection Board Team
Governor Jon Hunstman, Jr. welcomed Installation Excellence Selection Board members Wednesday at the Salt Lake International Airport in a strong show of support for Hill Air Force Base. The governor met briefly with IESB members to show his support for the base which is a finalist for the 2008 Commander in Chief's Installation Excellence Award.
0 1/31
2008
Maj. Gen. Kathleen D. Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center Commander Team Hill Welcomes IEA Team
Welcome Installation Excellence Selection Board Members!On behalf of the great folks who make up Team Hill, welcome to Hill Air Force Base and the Ogden Air Logistics Center. We are very proud of our selection as one of two to represent the Air Force as a finalist for the 2008 Commander In Chief Installation Excellence Award. We are eager to show
0 1/30
2008
Final paperwork to send Aircraft 80-0172 to Moody AFB, Ga., is discussed by Andrew Selph, A-10 Flight Test, and Capt. Jesse McCulloch. The aircraft is the 100th to receive the Precision Engagement modification, installed by the 571st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Bill Orndorff)
A-10 program completes 100th PE upgrade
An upgraded A-10C, which took off Jan. 4 for Moody Air Force Base, Ga., represents another production milestone for the 571st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. Aircraft 80-0172 is the 100th A-10 to go through the Precision Engagement Program, started in the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group in July 2006. On average, the 571st technicians are upgrading
0 1/14
2008
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