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Col. Aaron Blum, 75th Air Base Wing, with Maj. Shayne Carroll, 4th Figher Squadron, cut the ceremonial ribbon during Junior Achievement City's grand opening of their model air traffic control tower April 10, 2018, in Salt Lake City. The tower was built courtesy of Hill Air Force Base. The JA City is an interactive learning environment where students learn about real-life careers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs) Cleared for Takeoff: Junior Achievement City in SLC gets model air traffic control tower
Officials from Hill Air Force Base helped open a model air traffic control tower in Salt Lake’s Junior Achievement City April 10.
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2018
Sixth graders from Adelaide Elementary in Bountiful, Utah, learn about atoms, elements and compounds during Starbase at Hill Air Force Base March 15, 2018. Starbase is a nationwide program that aims to introduce elementary school students to science, technology, engineering and math and is funded entirely by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs) Hill Air Force Base STEM program ‘reaching for the stars’
A team of educators at Hill AFB are reaching nearly 1,800 local elementary students every year with an exciting course aimed at opening young minds to possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
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2018
Air Force family member wins scholarships, will attend MIT Air Force family member wins scholarships, will attend MIT
The daughter of an Air Force colonel here recently received notifications that she had been awarded academic scholarships, which she will use at a prestigious research university.
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2017
Airmen from the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group remove the wings and tail from a C-130 aircraft at the Hill Aerospace Museum, April 3. Once work is complete, the C-130 will serve as an interactive classroom at the museum’s Lt. Gen. Marc C. Reynolds Aerospace Center for Education (Air Force photo/Todd Cromar) C-130 to get second life at Hill museum
What do you do with an old, unused, large aircraft? Turn it into an interactive classroom!
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2017
Officials from Hill Air Force Base, the Northrup Grumman Foundation, and the National Math + Science Initiative applaud after presenting multiple checks totaling $1.7 million for STEM education in the Davis School District during an event held at Syracuse High School, Utah, March 17, 2017. The majority of the investment will fund participation in the NMSI College Readiness Program at Northridge and Syracuse High Schools. The Department of Defense contributed $1.2 million, Northrup Grumman donated $250,000 and Hill AFB invested an additional $250,000 in partnership with the State of Utah STEM Action Center. (U.S. Air Force photo/ R. Nial Bradshaw) Military, business leaders give $1.7 million for STEM education
Officials from Hill Air Force Base, the Northrup Grumman Foundation, and the National Math + Science Initiative are partnering on a $1.7 million investment for STEM education in the Davis School District. A presentation was held at Syracuse High School March 17.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Military, business leaders give $1.7 million for STEM education
Officials from Hill Air Force Base, the Northrup Grumman Foundation, and the National Math + Science Initiative are partnering on a $1.7 million investment for STEM education in the Davis School District.
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2017
Children with special needs, their siblings and parents, and volunteers make homemade snow during a STEM event Feb. 15, 2016 at the Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The event, coordinated by the base library and Exceptional Family Member Program-Family Support Specialist, featured visual- and texture-based activities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Base library hosts STEM event
The base library here hosted a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) event Feb. 15 for children with special needs and their siblings.
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2017
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