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Preston Benedyk, vehicle and snow control manager at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, evaluates snow removal methods being used at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, during a recent consulting visit. During normal operations, snow brooms clear 50-foot swaths of snow, working from the center of the runway to each edge. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Susan Lawson) Benny the Air Force “Snow Man” assists Hill AFB
Preston “Benny” Benedyk, the Air Force vehicle and snow control manager from the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Operation’s Directorate at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, recently traveled to Hill Air Force Base, Utah, to collaborate and advise on best practices and process improvement for snow control operations.
0 2/08
2017
Airmen assigned to the 95th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., launch F-22 Raptor aircraft during exercise Combat Archer at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Aug. 18, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw) Hill AFB, UTTR combat exercises conclude
Military exercises Combat Hammer and Combat Archer ended August 18 at Hill AFB and the Utah Test and Training Range.
0 8/19
2016
Senior Airman Cameron Kidd, 325th Maintenance Squadron, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., readies equipment for loading GPS data into GBU-32 bomb tail sections Aug. 2 at Hill AFB, Utah. The bombs will be dropped at the Utah Test and Training Range during the air-to-ground exercise known as Combat Hammer. Combat Hammer tests precision weapons for performance and suitability for combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Paul Holcomb) Munitions Airmen: Key players during combat exercises at Hill AFB
Aircraft from several bases around the Air Force are here through August 18 to drop precision-guided munitions and employ air-to-air missiles on the Utah Test and Training Range during exercises known as Combat Hammer and Combat Archer.
0 8/09
2016
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