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  • P-47 instrumental to Hill Air Force Base

    "The P-47 was the key to Hill Air Force Base survival." At least that was what Maj. Gen. (retired) Rex Hadley would often say before he died Oct. 2006. General Hadley, who was instrumental in raising funds from state legislature to bring the P-47 to Hill AFB, witnessed that this aircraft was a significant part of Hill AFB's history. He asked for
  • Seven awarded Civilian Medal of Valor

    Seven employees of the 309th Maintenance Wing have received Civilian Medal of Valor awards, recognizing their help during two separate lifesaving incidents in September 2006. The awards, which are awarded for acts of heroism, with voluntary risk of personal safety in the face of danger, either on or off the job, were presented March 5 by Maj. Gen.
  • Chaplain empowers base through message

    "The Lord is my crew chief, I shall not be broken," said Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Cecil Richardson, U. S. Air Force deputy chief of chaplains, in a unique prayer during the Hill Air Force Base annual National Prayer Breakfast March 29. Nearly 750 base personnel of various faith backgrounds heard the chaplain's message which culminated the morning's
  • Hill AFB Airman to participate in ‘Why We Serve’ Tour

    In July of 2006, the Department of Defense launched a grassroots movement called the "Why We Serve" tour to help better communicate the experiences of U.S. service members to the American public. The tour takes place every quarter and allows service men and women from each branch of the military to travel across the United States and share stories
  • Airmen return to 'Warrior Welcome'

    The 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron, friends and family rallied around more than 50 Airmen who recently returned from various locations during a Warrior Welcome gathering on March 15 held at the 75th LRS Bldg. 900. The purpose of the Warrior Welcome party is to acknowledge recently returned members from deployment, send off current Air
  • Family Fitness Center opens for business

    A long line of strollers is not a normal sight to see at a gym, but at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Family Fitness Center Monday they were more than welcome. Located at the Hess Fitness Center, the child-friendly center officially opened its doors for business earlier this week. "I'm so excited that everyone gets to come and use it," said
  • Local commander impacts wing, community

    Hill Air Force Base is number 10 for Col. Robert Shofner, 526th ICBM Systems Wing commander, but that is just his career. Over his entire life he has been at 25 different bases. "I have been in the Air Force for 47 years -- every day of my life," he said. "18 years as a dependent, four years in ROTC and 25 years on my own" A self described military
  • Basketball tournament results announced

    The tournament of the basketball intramural season comes to a close as spring approaches and other intramural sports begin. Posted are the results of the final game and the winners of the basketball intramurals. First place - Sky Force 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron 59 points Second place - 75th Security Forces Squadron 51 points
  • PCB results discussed at Hill AFB Info Fair

    On Tuesday afternoon, Hill Air Force Base officials, along with environmental and medical experts, discussed with residents the results of the recently completed soil sampling in the northern half of Area F family housing on base. A second Info Fair, or informational meeting, was held at the Hubbard Golf Course clubhouse to inform the public about
  • Maintenance squadron sets A-10 record

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UT--The 571st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron reached a new A-10 milestone on March 1 when aircraft 79-0082 finished its Precision Engagement modification 14 days ahead of schedule. The modification gives the A-10 precision weapons capability through significant rewiring and the addition of modern avionics upgrades. The A-10C
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Members of the Utah Veterans and Military Affairs Commission gathered at #HillAFB this month to discuss projected m… https://t.co/GUkeLfTRNw
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