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Default Air Force Logo Officials announce new selective reenlistment bonus list
Following a selective reenlistment bonus review, Pentagon officials have released the latest SRB list, effective Dec. 15, containing 43 Air Force specialties. "Our SRB analysis process proved invaluable, and we were able to modify the list to apply bonuses to our most critical needs," said Senior Master Sgt. Douglas Byrd, manager of enlisted force
0 11/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo Head JAG visits Hill
Maj. Gen. Charles Dunlap, Jr., the Deputy Judge Advocate General of the USAF, recently visited Hill AFB for a Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 6 inspection at the Ogden Air Logistics Center Legal Office. Accompanying General Dunlap was Chief Master Sergeant Avis Dillard-Bullock, the Senior Paralegal Advisor to the judge advocate general.
0 11/27
2007
Default Air Force Logo MPF to change functions
Military Personnel Flight's across the Air Force started to changed their functions Nov. 19 due to Congress' Program Budget Decision No. 720 to the Base Level Service Delivery Model by merging commander support staffs into the Military Personnel Flight and creating four new sections. Currently, only Air Force Materiel Command units on Hill AFB will
0 11/26
2007
An HH-60 Pave Hawk manuevers over the Utah Test and Training Range during a combat search and rescue integration exercise Nov. 8 in Utah. The HH-60 is from Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Members of the 34th Weapons Squadron from Nellis AFB led the search and recovery training. The exercise expanded the integration with Utah's 211th Aviation Group AH-64 Apache Joint Rotary Wing, 4th Fighter Squadron F-16 Fighting Falcon assets from Hill AFB, Utah, and special operations forces. Exercise participants also conducted extensive joint combat search and rescue operations against surface-to-air threats. The exercise is being run held Nov. 6 through 15. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald) 
Search, rescue training in Utah

0 11/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo Shingles vaccine available to beneficiaries age 60, older
Following a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation issued Oct. 19 Tricare now covers Zostavax, the vaccine designed to prevent shingles for beneficiaries age 60 and older. Shingles is a painful viral disease that affects more than one million Americans every year. More than half of those cases happen in people age 60 or older.
0 11/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo A vision to be America's best
The Ogden Air Logistics Center commander recently held her first series of commander's calls since taking over the center in June. During four sessions, in October, Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden ALC commander voiced her vision for the future of the Ogden ALC--to be America's best, war-winning capabilities on time and on cost. She pointed out the
0 11/14
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UTAH-- During the Hill AFB Native American/Alaskan Heritage month, Native Americans from various tribes, provide a powwow demonstrations to Team Hill, Nov. 3. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Ashley Norris) Powwow

0 11/07
2007
A-10 Thunderbolt IIs, like this one taking off from Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, provide close-air-support for coalition troops engaging enemy forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian Ferguson) Live-fly exercise trains Airmen for combat mission
More than 100 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern Airmen will train the way they fight as they participate in Mesa Furry 2007, a large force exercise Nov. 5 to Nov. 9. Mesa Furry 2007, a joint forces exercise, is designed to allow Airmen and participating Department of Defense combat units an opportunity to practice large force execution at the
0 11/07
2007
Senior Airman Jeremy Myers and Lt. Col. Kurt Gallegos greet each other and go over procedures before flight. Crew chief meets childhood hero at Hill
"Okay buddy, how do you read me?" That simple phrase may not mean a lot to the average person, but for Airman 1st Class Jeremy Meyers , hearing it from his hero was unforgettable. "It's such a small world. Not in my wildest dreams did I think I would be stationed with one of my heroes," said Airman Meyers. Airman Meyers , a 34th Fighter Squadron
0 11/07
2007
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Senior Airman Eric Glass, 42nd Security Forces Squadron, Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, Ala., and his military working dog "Kim" apprehend a "suspect" during a patrol training exercise Oct. 23. The 96th GCTS two-week training course, "Brave Defender," has added a MWD tract to the cirriculum. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mike Meares) Brave Defender: Ground combat training goes to dogs
Hill Air Force Base participated in the first Brave Defender K-9 course, provided by the 96th Ground Combat Training Squadron's, as part of readiness training for deployment. Staff Sgt. Kevin Nelson, military working dog trainer and acting kennel master at Hill AFB, attended the course as part of his requirement before deploying to Iraq in
0 11/06
2007
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