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Air show visitors operate and perform tasks with robots at the “First Tech Challenge” display during the Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show June 24, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The display was one of  numerous exhibits and activities associated with STEM City at the Hill Air Show June 23-24, an area dedicated to encouraging students and educating parents about opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math.(U.S. Air Force Photo by Todd Cromar) STEM City educates, entertains Hill show-goers of all ages
This year's Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show featured for the first time an entire hangar filled with interactive exhibits called STEM City.
0 6/26
2018
The Warriors Over The Wasatch Air and Space Show June 23-24, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, features a STEM City. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kent Bingham) STEM City planned for Hill air, space show
On June 23-24, Hill Air Force Base with the tremendous support from The Utah Air Show Foundation, will host the “Warriors Over the Wasatch: The Legacy Continues” Air and Space Show and feature U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. In addition to the numerous world-class aerial acts and wide variety of static displays, this year’s event will also feature a STEM City.
0 5/25
2018
The Lt. Gen. Marc C. Reynolds Aerospace Center for Education is located inside the Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo) Hill Aerospace Museum launches Summer STEM Passport Program
On June 5, the Hill Aerospace Museum will begin a new Summer STEM Passport Program free of charge. The purpose of STEM is to get students interested in science, technology, engineering and math.
0 5/25
2018
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.
0 4/12
2018
Lt. Col. Brandi Ritter and Lt. Col. Lewis Wilber, the Chief and Deputy Chief, Air Force Medical Evaluation Support Activity, examine the lights above a surgical table at the AMESA test facility at Ft. Detrick, Md. on Feb. 15, 2018. AFMESA investigated whether new, light-emitting diode (LED) lights could replace traditional surgical lights for use in deployed environments, but found that under the LEDs, surgeons could not determine if a patient’s flesh was necrotic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Shireen Bedi) Air Force lab puts medical devices through their paces
“We break stuff,” said Lt. Col. Brandi Ritter, chief of the Air Force Medical Evaluation Support Activity, showing off the facility where her unit tests the devices medical Airmen use to complete their mission.
0 4/09
2018
AF upgrades to Windows 10 Hill AFB upgrades to Windows 10
In accordance with the Department of Defense mandate, the Air Force must complete the Microsoft Windows 10 migration by March 31, 2018. Any operating system not upgraded by the deadline will be denied access to the network.
0 2/13
2018
Air Force Bioenvironmental Engineers bring advanced exposure surveillance to the front lines Air Force Bioenvironmental Engineers bring advanced exposure surveillance to the front lines
Modern battlefields have many sources of potentially harmful airborne substances, but that is not the only place that Airmen can be exposed to harmful environmental factors. Air Force bioenvironmental engineers are developing technology to track, catalogue, and provide useful data about environmental exposures that will help identify battlefield threats in real time and inform Airmen of the everyday exposures that affect their health.
0 10/30
2017
ICBM building at Hill AFB Falcon Hill development. (Courtesy photo) ICBM Country: Hill AFB, Utah workers play key role in future of strategic defense
Editor's Note: Hill Air Force Base units are helping ensure the nuclear triad remains an effective strategic deterrent now and into the future. This is the second in a two part series.The nation needs a robust nuclear deterrent. Not just any missiles, but the most responsive strategic weapon systems in the world.The Air Force is responsible for two
0 6/26
2017
Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Chief Engineer Dr. Larry Butkus, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, speaks during the 14th annual Science, Engineering and Technical Management awards ceremony May 9 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Dr. Butkus spoke about short- and long-term technological developments, saying these innovations would not be possible without input, interaction and collaboration from Hill AFB employees. “I encourage you to continue to work with us as we advance technology for our Airmen, for our weapons systems, and for our nation follow,” he said. (U.S. Air Force/Paul Holcomb) AFRL chief engineer visits Hill, speaks about emerging technology
On May 9, Dr. Larry Butkus, Chief Engineer of the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, visited Hill AFB to speak in front of a crowd of about 250 Team Hill scientists, engineers, and technical managers.
0 5/18
2017
Maj. Trevor Cook, ICBM Systems Directorate Cyber Division deputy chief, mentors cadets at the Utah Military Academy, Riverdale, Utah, Jan. 5. The cadets – from the left: Cadet Airman Basic James Gill, Cadet Airman 1st Class Donaven Ellis, Cadet Airman Basic Jacob Hite and Cadet Airman Basic Caleb Gerhardt – are participating in Cyber Patriot IX, an annual competition for middle- and high-school students designed to prepare them for careers in cybersecurity and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines. (U.S. Air Force photo by Paul Holcomb) CyberPatriot IX underway at UMA
Technological advances have improved the human condition in areas such as commerce, communication and transportation. It’s also brought new opportunities for those seeking to take advantage of others through hacking, identity theft and other nefarious schemes.
0 1/27
2017
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