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  • New HVAC and renovations for dormitory residents

    Dorm residents of Bldg. 361, which mainly houses the 388 Maintenance Operations Squadron and Component Maintenance Squadron, will be receiving a new Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning unit beginning in Feb. 2009. The project which is scheduled to last seven months received funding from Air Force Material Command and is expected to affect
  • Toys for Tots comes to Hill

    The Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots has come to Hill Air Force Base to conduct toy collection and distribution through Dec. 22. The campaign, which began in October, asks for caring Americans to drop off new, unwrapped toys at collection sites located at around base. The toys are then picked up and sorted in a central warehouse for distribution
  • Medical clinic goes ‘under the knife’

    As part of a renovation and expansion project, the 75th Medical Group clinic will be undergoing construction with phase one of the project scheduled for completion in late spring of 2009. The phase one construction project, which started Oct. 28, will consist of expanding the physical therapy clinic, modernizing of the radiology department,
  • Hill Airman competes in national tournament

    Tech. Sgt. Michael Keith, 729th Air Control Squadron, competed in the U.S. Open XIII Brazilian Jiu Jitsu "America's Favorite Tournament" Oct. 18 and 19 in Santa Cruz, Calif. Sergeant Keith competed in the senior white belt feather weight division against five other skilled competitors on his way to a second place victory. Keith prepared for the
  • Husband and wife balance military fitness

    Every Tuesday and Thursday, a group of people gather in a small workout room tucked beneath the staircase at the Hill Air Force Base Warrior Fitness Center, bending, stretching and contorting their bodies in unusual ways in an effort to calm their mind and body. They are led by a husband and wife duo that have been practicing yoga, a Hindu
  • Cooper Institute teaches military exercise course

    The Cooper Institute, a non-profit research and education organization, came to Hill Air Force Base to teach a military exercise leader course to 50 physical training leaders, Health and Wellness Center employees, and others in charge of conditioning Airman, Oct. 21-24. The MEL course provides information designed to develop leadership and
  • Hill works to replace T-38 aileron levers

    To meet the challenge of building more than 1,000 aileron actuator levers for T-38 Talon aircraft, the New Manufacturing and Repair Division, 532nd Commodities Maintenance Squadron, literally had to start from scratch. The levers, which control moveable flaps on the T-38's wings, are being machined by the shop from a solid block of aluminum. The
  • Air Force, officials break ground at Falcon Hill Aerospace Research Park

    Construction of the largest Enhanced Use Lease project in the history of the Department of the Air Force officially began Oct. 10 with a ground breaking ceremony held at the Hill Aerospace Museum. Local dignitaries Gov. Jon Huntsman, Sen. Orrin Hatch, Rep. Rob Bishop, state Sen. Sheldon Killpack, local mayors and other community leaders assisted
  • Instant energy

    Getting up earlier and staying up later have become more prevalent than ever in today's society. Through the implementation of the standard eight-hour work day and demand for higher productivity, people are consistently consuming more caffeinated beverages to aid them through the day. Whether you reach for a Doubleshot Energy+Coffee drink from
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