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Cargo palletized by the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron and 388th Maintenance Squadron sits on the ramp during an exercise July 13, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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Staff Sgt. Adan Nunez and Airman 1st Class Tyler Russell, 388th Maintenance Squadron, prepare cargo during an exercise July 13, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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Senior Airman Franklin Herrera-Saucdo, 388th Maintenance Squadron, marks the center of tractor during an exercise July 13, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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(Left to right) Staff Sgt. Joshua Echols and Tech. Sgt. Zachary Burson, 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron, along with Staff Sgts. Adan Nunez and Justin Murphy, 388th Maintenance Squadron, measure equipment during an exercise July 13, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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The Ogden Raptors debuted the team's blue, camouflaged military appreciation uniforms against the Missoula Osprey July 13, 2018, during the Military Appreciation Night game at Lindquist Field in Ogden, Utah. Each year, the Ogden Raptors team up with the Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee to offer tickets to Hill Air Force Base personnel and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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World War II veteran Hal Golde, 95, sings the national anthem before the July 13, 2018, Military Appreciation Night game between the Ogden Raptors and Missoula Osprey at Lindquist Field in Ogden, Utah. Each year, the Ogden Raptors team up with the Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee to offer tickets to Hill Air Force Base personnel and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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Fans watch the Ogden Raptors play the Missoula Osprey July 13, 2018, during Military Appreciation Night game at Lindquist Field in Ogden, Utah. Each year, the Ogden Raptors team up with the Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee to offer tickets to Hill Air Force Base personnel and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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Col. Jon A. Eberlan, 75th Air Base Wing commander, throws the ceremonial first pitch before the July 13, 2018, Military Appreciation Night game between the Ogden Raptors and Missoula Osprey at Lindquist Field in Ogden, Utah. Each year, the Ogden Raptors team up with the Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee to offer tickets to Hill Air Force Base personnel and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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The Hill Air Force Base Honor Guard presents the colors before the July 13, 2018, Military Appreciation Night game between the Ogden Raptors and Missoula Osprey at Lindquist Field in Ogden, Utah. Each year, the Ogden Raptors team up with the Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee to offer tickets to Hill Air Force Base personnel and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd)
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Col. Jon Eberlan, Commander, 75th Air Base Wing, shakes hands with Scott Zeidler, Wasatch Area Forester with the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire, and Statelands, upon the proclamation of Hill Air Force Base being named Tree City USA for the 25th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)
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For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)For the 25th year in a row, Hill Air Force Base has been named a Tree City USA for its commitment in keeping the base green with trees. On its 6,600-plus acres, Hill AFB has more than 13,000 trees of more than 100 different species, valued in the millions of dollars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)
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Kraig Hanson, Director of Hill Air Force Base Family Foundation, hands a donation check for the Airman Recreation Center to Airman 1st Class Allison West, who is President of the Hill First Four. The recreation center is in
the midst of a renovation in need of new floors and furniture for the Airmen. The Foundation is an organization on base that coordinates fundraisers benefiting Hill Airmen, civilians, and their families. Their next big fundraiser is their Roundup dinner and will be held Oct. 4. For more information see www.HillAFBFamilyFoundation.org (U.S. Air Force photo
by Cynthia Griggs)
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Senior Airman Patrick Schilling, an explosive ordnance disposal technician at Hill Air Force Base, was recently named one of the Air Force's 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year. Annually, the Air Force selects 12 enlisted Airmen from various career fields based on superior leadership, job performance and personal achievements. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw)
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Explosive Ordnance Technician Master Sgt. Joseph Upton recieves his second Purple Heart from Air Force Sustainment Center Commander Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II June 22, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Upton was injured in 2013 while supporting an Army unit in Afghanistan. He recieved his first Purple Heart in 2005 while deployed to Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw)
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Staff Sgt. Nicholas Wise and Lt. Col Seana Jones are cousins who discovered each other for the first time and also coincidentally happened to be stationed on Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Jones is with 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron and Wise is with the 372 Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)
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Hundreds of thousands of visitors attend the Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show June 24, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The two-day show is widely supported by the local community, is the biggest single events in the state, and one of the largest military shows in the country. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
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