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80th Anniversary

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80th Anniversary Articles

  • CFC last call; finish strong

    On behalf of the Combined Federal Campaign charity partners, we extend a big thank you to all those already making a difference during the current campaign. Generous federal employees and military personnel at Hill AFB have pledged nearly $93,000, helping the Mountain States CFC region exceed the $1

  • Exchange senior enlisted leader visits Hill AFB

    The Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s senior enlisted advisor is ensuring Hill Air Force Base Airmen, retirees and military families have what they need to stay ready and resilient through the Exchange.Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Osby met with 75th Air Base Wing Commander Col. Jenise Carroll

  • Team Hill recognizes Community Wingman Award recipient

    In recognition of her support to Hill Air Force Base, Dr. Ann Millner received the prestigious Community Wingman Award.The award, which has been presented annually to members of the community since 2007, recognizes those who have made significant service contributions to the installation. She was

  • Hill resumes fitness assessments

    Airmen at Hill Air Force Base resumed physical fitness testing July 1 after a break of more than a year due to COVID-19. The testing resumed with only three components: push-ups, sit-ups and the 1.5-mile run.

  • Support networks bolster resiliency during stressful holidays

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- The holidays are a time of fellowship and joy for most, but for some it can be a very challenging time of year.  Add to those challenges, the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases could make it even more difficult to meet and host traditional celebrations.  That could leave

  • Hill in 2010s: Enhanced Use Lease Program

    As Hill AFB operations continued to expand in the 2000s, it became clear to installation leaders that an innovative solution was needed for infrastructure that could sustain mission growth. In the mid-2000s, a plan began to take shape and in 2007 the state of Utah showed its support for Hill AFB’s

  • 2000s: The F-22 arrives at Hill AFB

    Development of the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, a single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft, originated in the early 1980s when the U.S. Air Force identified a requirement for an Advanced Tactical Fighter to replace the F-15 Eagle and F-16 Fighting Falcon. Designers

  • 2000s: Start of Ogden ALC’s low-observable composites workload

    As Hill AFB entered the 21st century, the installation employed 19,315 personnel – consisting of 4,975 military and 14,340 civilians. The Ogden Air Logistics Center headquartered 10 directorates, having not yet realigned to a wing structure, and the 75th Air Base Wing was still at that time assigned

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