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Jonathan Ramras, 75th Civil Engineer Group Jonathan Ramras, 75th Civil Engineer Group
Jonathan Ramras, 75th Civil Engineer Group

Jonathan Ramras, a 75th Civil Engineer Group senior military construction program manager, Feb. 14 was awarded the Hill Air Force Base Energy Champion Award for 2013. The award recognizes individuals and teams who display exceptional leadership and commitment to energy conservation actions throughout the year. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 2/23/2014

Holiday GreetingHoliday Greeting
Holiday Greeting

Holiday greetings from your Hill AFB leadership. From left to right: Col. Bryan Radliff, 419th Fighter Wing commander; Maj. Gen. Brent Baker Sr., Ogden Air Lostistics Complex commander; Col. Sarah Zabel, 75th Air Base Wing commander; and Col. Scott Long, 388th Fighter Wing commander. (Graphic illustration by David Perry/U.S. Air Force)
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Posted: 12/13/2012

Colonel Tom D. MillerColonel Tom D. Miller
Colonel Tom D. Miller

OO-ALC Vice Commander at Hill AFB, Utah.
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Posted: 7/28/2011

Chauncey SpencerChauncey Spencer
Chauncey Spencer

Chauncey Edward Spencer (1906-2002) Later, while employed by the Army, Spencer worked with Judge William H. Hastie to encourage fair treatment of African American air cadets being trained at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama and other air bases during World War II. He encountered considerable resistance from whites as well as blacks as the Civilian Personnel Employee Relations Officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Despite this, he persisted and made steady progress towards integration of the Air Force. In 1948, Spencer received the Exceptional Civilian Service Award for service during World War II, the highest honor the Air Force could bestow upon a civilian. In 1953, the United States Air Force referred to his role in the integration of the military as "unique - though strangely unsung." However, his refusal to drag his feet on integration created resentment among highly-placed officials who wished to see integration fail. Consequently, in September 1953 Spencer was charged with disloyalty and accused of being a Communist. He was relieved of his position and his family suffered great humiliation and economic deprivation until 29 June 1954, when the Air Force cleared him of all charges.
Chauncey Spencer


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Posted: 8/20/2009

General MitchellGeneral Mitchell
General Mitchell

William Lendrum "Billy" Mitchell (1879-1936) General William "Billy" Mitchell was a strong advocate of military aviation. Beginning his career as a signalman in the Signal Corps, he eventually rose to the position of chief of the Air Service of the American First Army in France during World War I.
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Posted: 8/20/2009

Nancy LoveNancy Love
Nancy Love

NancyNancy Harkness Love (1914-1976) Under her command, female pilots flew almost every military aircraft then in service. In over 12,000 ferry flights her pilots flew 9.2 million miles, with a better safety record than male pilots. For her efforts Love received the Air Medal.
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Posted: 8/20/2009

Space A TravelerSpace A Traveler
Space A Traveler

Welcome to the Hill AFB Passenger Terminal. We pride ourselves in providing superior customer service to all our patrons and visitors. Please supply feedback on our performance by using the customer feedback link, or by contacting a passenger travel agent. On behalf of the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the Air Force Material Command (AFMC), we wish you an enjoyable travel experience and look forward to assisting you in future travels.
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Posted: 3/3/2009

Ruth LawRuth Law
Ruth Law

Ruth Bancroft Law, who received her pilot's license in 1912, was an accomplished flyer who had set the American nonstop cross-country record for men and women and the world nonstop cross-country for women in November 1916 while flying from Chicago to New York. She landed at Hornell, New York, where a young Lieutenant Henry H. "Hap" Arnold changed her airplane's spark plugs.
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Posted: 12/2/2008

    

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