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  • Health Promotion

    Hill Air Force Base Health Promotion(801)777-1215DSN: 777-1215FAX:  (801) 777-5762Events CalendarTOBACCO  CESSATION ProgramTobacco Cessation Class:  Quitting tobacco is the best gift you can give to yourself and to those who love you.  The tobacco cessation class uses the American Cancer Society's "Freshstart" program.  This is a 4 part series
  • Hill AFB Legal Services

    The Hill AFB Legal Office offers free legal help to military identification card holders, including active-duty military members and their immediate family members, retired military members and their immediate family members, and widows and dependents of deceased retired military members. All services are free of charge upon proof of eligibility. Limited services are provided to DOD civilian employees and inactive Reserve/National Guard members upon receipt of deployment orders.
  • Hill AFB Sequestration & Furlough FAQs

    The following guidance on sequestration and administrative furloughs is provided for managers, supervisors and employees. Questions and answers are generally specific to Hill Air Force Base and will be updated as needed. For the latest Hill news and information, visit www.hill.af.mil.SEQUESTRATION:1. What is sequestration? Answer: The term
  • Hill Field Chapel and Memorial Park

    Overlooking the northwest entrance to Hill Air Force Base, the original base chapel building is the centerpiece of Hill Aerospace Museum's Memorial Park. This beautiful Chapel and surrounding park are dedicated to the memory of the men and women of the United States military who served our country in war and in peacetime, at Hill Air Force Base and
  • History of the U.S. Air Force Song

    History of the United States Air Force Song Compiled by MSgt Peter D. Forman USAF Heritage of America Band In 1938, Liberty magazine sponsored a contest for a spirited, enduring musical composition to become the official Army Air Corps song. Of 757 scores submitted, the one composed by Robert MacArthur Crawford (1899-1961) was selected by a
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