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HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- Maj. Gen. Kathleen Close, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, presents a 50-year-pin to employee Eric Roberts, 518th Combat Sustainment Squadron, during a ceremony Oct. 24. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Airman provides 50 years to Air Force

0 10/26
2007
Staff Sgt. Benjamin Wilhelm, 775th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, verifies remains of the F-4 Phantom that crashed nearly 30 years ago are safe for handling. Hill AFB cleans 30 year old crash
An Air Force recovery team scaled a mountain peak just shy of 9,000 feet on the Utah-Nevada border to recover pieces of an F-4 Phantom that crashed into the Deep Creek Mountains on the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Indian Reservation nearly 30 years ago. The crash claimed the lives of 1st Lt. Lawrence Larson, pilot, and Capt. James Winburn,
0 10/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo Fire department taps into local expert resources
Practicing the LEAN principle, local fire department leaders have been working very closely with 75th Medical Group bioenvironmental engineers and 775th Civil Engineer Squadron readiness personnel to ensure all base resources are being utilized to their fullest extent possible. These efforts began with fire department hazardous material technicians
0 10/22
2007
Default Air Force Logo Military OneSouce offers Face-to-Face Counseling
Military OneSource was developed by the Department of Defense to help families in any military because life in the military can present unique issues. The services provided vary from translation services for people who are stationed in another country to helping to helping find child care. One of the newest programs they offer is called
0 10/22
2007
The team working on the inactive A-10 Thunderbolt II winches the aircraft into the C-5 Galaxy for transport to the Robbins Air Force Base, Ga. Museum of Aviation Flight and Technology Center Oct. 6 on the flightline at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The aircraft was disassembled into six different sections in three days. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian Hibbert) 
Eielson's last A-10 carried on final flight
The last Eielson Air Force Base A-10 Thunderbolt II was strapped in and transported via C-5 Galaxy Oct. 6 from here to its new home at the Museum of Aviation Flight and Technology Center at Robins Air Force Base, Ga. The aircraft, tail number 75-0305, was being used for weapons ground training at Eielson AFB because of its inactivity since 1996 and
0 10/19
2007
Default Air Force Logo Pillars of wellness: Social
Military members are facing increased and longer deployments, which, means longer separations from family and friends. "To increase Air Force resiliency and efficiency we must continuously refine and build our social network, both at home and in a deployed environment," La Rue Campbell, Hill Wingman coordinator, said. "One of the most important
0 10/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo New pay strategy converts 2,000 Hill employees
Department of Defense officials will use half of a January 2008 government-wide pay increase to adjust base salaries for eligible National Security Personnel System employees. Remaining funds will be distributed by pay pools based on an assessment of individual employee performance in meeting organization goals. These funds make up one of three
0 10/18
2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force officials release new annual training plan details
Air Force leaders have released the details about the new annual training requirements program for the Total Force. As of Oct. 15, all Airmen will use the new "block instruction" plan that combines nine ancillary training courses into three 30-minute blocks of training, saving more than 6 million man hours every year. "This is a huge win for the
0 10/18
2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah-- A 388th Fighter Wing pilot prepares to fly a mission Oct. 11 during Team Hill’s Operational Readiness Exercise which took place Oct. 11-14. This is the first time the 388th FW, 419th Fighter Wing and the Ogden Air Logistics Center have jointly participated in readiness exercises. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Readiness key to success

0 10/15
2007
Default Air Force Logo Pillars of Wellness: Physical
A person's wellness consists of four dimensions that identify a person's inner being. At anytime one or all these dimensions could be in duress. The dimensions are physical, emotion, social and spiritual. These dimensions may be familiar because of the Wingman Boldface card, supervisors and commander's calls. The physical dimension deals with the
0 10/15
2007
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