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  • Pillars of Wellness: Physical

    A person's wellness consists of four dimensions that identify a person's inner being. At anytime one or all these dimensions could be in duress. The dimensions are physical, emotion, social and spiritual. These dimensions may be familiar because of the Wingman Boldface card, supervisors and commander's calls. The physical dimension deals with the
  • American flags retire with honors

    After many years of faithful service, 63 United States flags were retired with honors during the evening of Oct. 1. The Flag Retirement Ceremony was conducted by the American Legion Post 133 and Boy Scout Troop 55, both representing Hill Air Force Base. According to United States Federal Law 36 U.S.C. Section 176(k) as well as Resolution No. 440,
  • Quality of life: dog park to open

    Hill Air Force Base is scheduled to open a dog park, located adjacent to the base youth center, Oct. 29 for Team Hill members and their pets. The original idea was spearheaded by Suzann Chambers, wife of Col. Scott Chambers, 75th Air Base Wing commander, as a quality of life program that would attract pet-lovers and provide an opportunity where the
  • Clean and green for a secure energy future

    We first set a side a time to remind us about saving energy in 1981 with American Energy Week, which was observed from 1981 through 1985. It became a month-long observance at the Department of Energy in 1986. On September 13, 1991, President George H. Bush proclaimed October as Energy Awareness Month. Since then, the U.S. Department of Energy has
  • Hill recognizes Red Ribbon Week

    The annual National Red Ribbon Week is 20-28 Oct 2007. It is one of the oldest and largest drug prevention campaigns in the country. Red Ribbon week serves as a vehicle for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug
  • Hill fighter squadron excels with Total Force Integration mission

    Being the Air Force's first Total Force Integration fighter association, gives the phrase "one team, one fight" a whole new meaning for Hill Air Force Base's 388th and 419th Fighter Wings. As of July this year, the wings entered Phase III of TFI. Now the 419th FW, a Reserve wing, no longer flies and maintains its own aircraft. Thanks to the
  • A day in the life of a security forces Airman

    This is the life of an Air Force security forces Airman. They have their reputations, and every Airman knows them. Deployments are normal, long hours common, weekend shifts not irregular. Some say that reputations and stereotypes have their roots, but how accurate are they? Meet Airman 1st Class James Mustain. He is a patrolman with the 75th
  • West Gate area under construction

    The second phase of the Utah Department of Transportation bridge rehabilitation affecting the Hill Air Force Base West Gate will commence Oct. 12. Traffic on Interstate 15 flowing around exit 335 will be affected. Different stages of work will take place during the second phase. Traffic on 650 North will be limited to a single lane in each
  • Hill loses Airman to plane crash

    An Airman assigned to Hill Air Force Base was killed after his civilian aircraft crashed Oct. 5 in California. Lt. Col. Raymond Roessler, assigned to the 309th Maintenance Wing, was involved in a crash with his single-engine Piper in San Bernadino County, Calif. At the time of the crash, Colonel Roessler was returning from a temporary duty
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