Hill Air Force Base’s Retiree Activities Program is an official Air Force program, which provides retirees from the four branches of the DOD Military, US Coast Guard, Public Health Services, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), from our local four state region, information pertinent to their retirement. The HAFB’s Retirees Activities Office is in Building 430, Room 134, which is just to the right of the main entrance to Bldg. 430, where you come to get you ID cards and to do DEERS updates. Under the guidance of the 75th Air Base Wing commander, the RAO is run by volunteers to provide a conduit through which members of the aforementioned local retirees can be kept informed on the status of changes to their benefits, maintain contact with other retirees, and provide suggestions for improvements to the same.
All refills are processed through an automated line by calling (801) 777-5463 and entering in your RX number located on your prescription bottle. Select one of the following; Option #1 is to pick up through the curbside service. Option #2 will allow you to pick up through our Script Center kiosk, located inside of the BX.
The Script Center kiosk allows you to pick up your refills anytime the BX is open. If you would like help creating an account, our pharmacy staff members are happy to help.
Satellite Pharmacy -- Activation Update:
Activation is required for all new prescriptions. There are three methods to activate your prescriptions. The “Text to Activate” method provides for same day service. Please expect a 1-2 day turnaround using all other methods.
1. “Text to Activate”: To activate any prescription sent in by an off base doctor, you may text “Get in line” to 855-792-9010 and type in your DoD ID number when prompted. “Text to Activate” requests received by 10 a.m. will be available by 3:00 p.m. the same day.
2. Telephone: You may call the pharmacy at 801-777-5463 to activate. Longer hold times may be experienced during the peak times between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
3. Drop Box: Drive up drop boxes are located in the BX parking lot and West of the Main Clinic front entrance. There is an additional drop box located to the left of Window #1 at the Satellite Pharmacy. Hard copy prescriptions and “Activation Request Slips” may be placed in the drop box.
Refills must be called in at 801-777-5463. Refills may be picked up at either the Satellite Pharmacy or ScriptCenter kiosks located in the BX. To use the ScriptCenter select option 2 when calling in your refills.
The 75th MDG will begin using a new Electronic Health Record beginning April 24. You or your family members may experience longer wait times than usual while we learn the new system.
Retiree/Dependent ID Cards - 801-777-1396
Due to COVID-19, 75 FSS ID Cards Office is appointment only, unless making benefits updates. To make an appointment, please visit https://idco.dmdc.osd.mil/idco/locator and search for Hill AFB. To get a new ID, sponsors must be present at the ID Card Office to sign an 1172 for their dependent’s ID. Dependents may get a new ID without their Sponsor present if they have a Form 1172 filled out and signed by their Sponsor. All members will be required to present 2 forms of identification to be issued a new ID card. List of acceptable primary and secondary forms of IDs.
All IDs expiration dates have been extended out to June 30, 2021, due to Covid-19. Retiree IDs become INDEF at age 65. Dependent retiree IDs become IDEF at age 75. The ID card office is located in Bldg. 430, across from the Main Shoppette.
Immunizations - 801-777-5209
The Influenza Vaccines will be available to all retiree and dependents once the vaccine has arrived at the base and all active duty members have been vaccinated. All Tri-Care Beneficiaries, to include Retirees on Tri-Care Prime or Tricare for Life, and their eligible dependents can also receive the influenza vaccine at any Tri-Care accepting facility. i.e. Walgreens, Walmart, Smiths, VA (Only with VA card), and Utah Health Department.
The New Shingles vaccine (Shingrix) is now available for all members who might have been place on the waiting list during the vaccine shortage. If you would like any more information regarding the vaccine please give us a call.
Any Retiree and their dependents who are 65 years of age or older are now eligible to receive the PPSV23 (Pneumonia) vaccine. If the vaccine is required prior to the licensing age of 65 please contact your Primary Care Physician to see if you would qualify for this vaccine due to a pre-existing medical condition.
If you are traveling to any overseas country. Please see the Travel Medicine Clinic, located in Public Health, or the Immunizations clinic so that you can get the most up-to-date information on vaccines recommended by the CDC for whatever country you or your family member will be traveling to.
Optometry - 801-777-8171
Retirees can receive one pair of glasses every 12 months. While we do not offer eye exams for retirees, we will accept an off base prescriptions to create your glasses.
Airmen and Family Readiness Center – 801-777-4681
Casualty Assistance Representative assists families of fallen active duty service members and families of retired service members in determining their benefits and entitlements and filing for those benefits. Services the CAR can provide include but are not limited to, accessing Service Member’s Group Life Insurance, Survivor Benefit Plan, and Dependency Indemnity Compensation through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. The CAR also provides ongoing support to families and can refer families to other resources as needed.
Survivor Benefit Plan Counseling
Survivor Benefit Plan Counselor assists members prior to their retirement in determining whether or not they would like coverage from the survivor benefit plan. Offers retired pay estimates, cost estimates for the survivor benefit plan and counsels member about their options. Completes paperwork to establish retired pay and election for survivor benefit plan. The Survivor Benefit Counselor is also available to assist retired member with any changes that may be necessary following retirement.
The A&FRC is your voting liaison. If you have questions about how or when to vote call the A&FRC
Air Force Aid Society
The Air Force Aid Society is the official charity of the United States Air Force. The AFAS supports the Air Force mission by providing worldwide emergency assistance to Airman and their eligible family members, including Air Force retirees.
Finance (BLDG 430, 801-777-1851)
Retired Civil Service members can access their retirement pay and benefits at https://www.servicesonline.opm.gov/
Members can utilize this website to:
Retired DoD members can access their retirement pay at https://mypay.dfas.mil/#/
If you need to reset your MyPay Password, you can call 800-321-1080 or 216-522-5955
Information regarding Retired Pay, including the most current Retiree newsletter can be found at
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The RAO is open from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Note: As the office is run by volunteers, there may be times when office is closed during regular hours, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call the RAO office first to see if someone is in the office before you visit the office. You can always leave a message on our office phone, with any concerns or questions you have, and our staff will get back to you as soon as possible, at this time this may be two or three days.
Airman & Family Readiness Center
Hill AFB Clinic
Important Phone Numbers
Satellite Pharmacy to resume indoor service Nov. 2
Armed Forces Retirement Home Accepting Applications for Residency