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One of the first F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft arrives at Hill Air Force Base. (Courtesy photo) Hill’s F-16s: Celebrating 40 years of combat airpower, part 1
Forty years ago, the United States Air Force announced that the 388th Fighter Wing would be the first unit to transition to the F-16 Fighting Falcon, now more commonly known as the Viper. Thirty-eight years ago, the first operational F-16A took to the skies here and the Viper has been slipping the surly bonds of earth over Utah ever since.
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Jamal Braxton poses on the track at Northridge High School in Layton, Utah, March 21. Braxton recently was named the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year. (Air Force photo/Todd Cromar) Air Force Child of the Year exemplifies volunteerism, leadership
Jamal Braxton, the 2017 Operation Homefront Air Force Military Child of the Year Award recipient, has excelled in multiple varsity sports at Northridge High School in Layton and holds a bright future with his acceptance into the U.S. Air Force Academy, but Braxton likes to focus most on his experiences as a volunteer with the Red Cross and the Airmen and Family Readiness Center while living abroad in Germany and during his last three years living here.
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From the left, Capt. Benjamin Kuethe, Assistant Chief Kevin Caudill, Lt. Benjamin Roundtree and Paramedic Micheal Bruce pose for a photo at the Utah Test and Training Range, March 23. Ron D'Andrea was unavailable. (Courtesy photo) UTTR firefighters provide aid in I-80 baby delivery
Utah Test and Training Range firefighters are becoming well practiced at a real-world skill appreciated by moms: child delivery.
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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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Ground crews walk around the Indonesian F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft to ensure everthing is looking good prior to departure.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Alex R. Lloyd) Hill AFB regenerates F-16s for Indonesian Air Force
The fifth of six "ferry cells" to deliver F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft from the Ogden Air Logistics Complex to the Indonesian Air Force departed Hill AFB earlier this week.
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2017
Hill AFB Honor Guard members Airman 1st Class Santos Vargas and Senior Airman James Fahrner render salutes as a hearse arrives during a veteran’s funeral service, Bountiful, Utah, March 8, 2017. Hill’s honor guard members provide professional military funeral honors for active duty, retired members and veterans. (U.S. Air Force photo/R. Nial Bradshaw) Hill AFB Honor Guard: Nameless, selfless, flawless
Base honor guard Airmen are charged with selflessly, namelessly and flawlessly representing the U.S. Air Force and its members, both past and present, to the American public and the world.
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NCAA Big Sky Conference Commissioner Andrea Williams speaks to attendees at the Women’s History Month Breakfast, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, March 15, 2017. The theme of this year’s observance is ‘Honoring Trailblazing Women in the Labor and Business Industry.’ Williams spent a decade as an associate commissioner handling football and basketball operations for the Big Ten Conference before beginning her tenure at Big Sky July 1, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo/R. Nial Bradshaw) Women’s History Month event features dynamic speaker
This month, the Team Hill Special Observance Council celebrated Women’s History Month. The WHM committee and Col. Jennifer Hammerstedt, 75th Air Base Wing commander, hosted a breakfast buffet here featuring guest speaker Andrea Williams, Big Sky Conference commissioner.
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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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Senior Airman Samantha Laredo uses the prescription kiosk outside the Staff Sgt. Derek F. Ramos Satellite Pharmacy inside the Hill Air Force Base Exchange, March 10. The ScriptCenter kiosk provides TRICARE beneficiaries expanded pharmacy access to pick up refills during weekends, holidays (excluding Thanksgiving and Christmas), and weekdays after hours until 7 p.m., or anytime the Exchange is open. (U.S. Air Force/R. Nial Bradshaw) Hill Pharmacy announces training closures, kiosk option
The Staff Sgt. Derek F. Ramos Satellite Pharmacy will be closing one day per month for staff training and system maintenance. On these training days, the ScriptCenter kiosk is available for prescription pick-up.
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Kari Izatt, F-35 Lightning II maintainer, tightens bolts on the Lower Fuel Panel prior to the last Structural Life Limiting Parts (SLLP) program F-35 aircraft being rolled out of the depot maintenance hangar. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alex R. Lloyd) F-35 SLLP modifications completed
Men and women of the 570th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here completed the last F-35 aircraft scheduled to receive a forward wing root rib modification under the Group 1 Structural Life Limiting Parts (SLLP) program. This driving modification started with the arrival of the first F-35A at the Ogden Air Logistics Complex in September 2013.
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