• Hill AFB thanks volunteers for successful 2024 air show

    Volunteers from the base and local communities were key in managing parking and traffic, coordinating food vendors, and supporting the performers and static displays for the Hill Air Show. Base organization volunteers also helped clean the airfield each day, preparing it for operations on Monday.

  • Hill AFB hosts naturalization ceremony ahead of air show

    Hill Air Force Base conducted a naturalization ceremony on June 28, where 22 individuals took the oath of allegiance to become United States citizens. The ceremony, held on the flightline, coincided with the base’s biennial Warriors Over the Wasatch Open House and Air Show.

  • Hill AFB announces lost and found retrieval for air show items

    Hill Air Force Base has announced that items lost and found at the event are now available for retrieval at the South Gate Visitor Control Center. The VCC, located at the base's South Gate, will be open for item claims from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.The base will hold the lost and found items until

  • Congratulations ALS Class 24-E

    Airmen enrolled in Airman Leadership School Class 24-Echo here were honored during a graduation ceremony June 27 at The Landing.ALS is a professional military education course designed to develop Airmen into effective frontline supervisors by focusing on the profession of arms, developing leadership

  • See Something, Say Something: Security is everyone's responsibility

    In today’s world, being vigilant to potential threats of terrorism and violence is as important as ever and everyone’s help is needed in keeping Hill Air Force Base safe and secure. The Air Force has long had a program called “Eagle Eyes” which “enlists the eyes and ears of Air Force members and