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  • New Integrated Resilience Channel aims to help base stay resilient during holidays

    To ensure members of the base community are staying resilient during the holidays and beyond, Hill’s community action team has developed an Integrated Resilience Channel. The IRC delivers education and information through various formats, such as videos and virtual live sessions.
  • What’s open and closed at Hill AFB for Christmas and New Year’s

    During the Christmas and New Year’s federal holidays, as well as the family day observed Dec. 31, most offices and services at Hill Air Force Base will be closed or have limited hours Dec. 24-25 and Dec. 31-Jan 1.
  • Juggling F-35s: Schedulers help keep fleet healthy, balancing required maintenance and availability

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- When it comes to maintenance on America’s most advanced fifth generation fighter, there’s one office that functions as the hub for information needed to sustain the health of the fleet, the 388th Logistics Support Squadrons’ Plans, Scheduling and Documentation section.“We schedule and plan all future maintenance actions
  • 50th Anniversary: Last Minuteman III launches from Cape Kennedy

    As 1970 crept towards the end of the year, continued launches of the Minuteman III ICBM at the Eastern Range of Cape Kennedy, Florida (now known as Cape Canaveral), were nearing an end as well.
  • New initiative to assist wage-grade workforce chart a career course

    The path to promotion for Air Force Sustainment Center wage-grade personnel will become clearer in the coming weeks thanks to an initiative designed to inform and educate the workforce on their options.A team composed of workforce development, training, and personnel specialists is building an online resource center that will give employees access
  • 2020 Combined Federal Campaign: Holidays offer another opportunity to give

    Although the solicitation period is halfway over, 2020 Combined Federal Campaign organizers said the annual fundraiser is off to a strong start and they hope the holiday season will inspire more people to give. As of Dec. 9, Hill personnel contributed just over $46,000 to participating charities this year.
  • 35 years in the desert: Range controller retires after decades supporting Air Force combat training

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- “Shack!” is the slang that spotters and controllers on the ground say over the radio to fighter or bomber pilots when their weapons hit on target. Dorothy “Dot” Ellis may not be able to tell you how many times she’s said it over her 35 years on the Utah Test and Training Range, but she will tell you that every time has
  • Winter driving: are you prepared

    Since 2001, 300 Airmen have lost their lives in preventable traffic accidents. Experts are predicting a cold and wet winter season, making it vital for individuals to be prepared to drive in challenging conditions.
  • Avoiding winter slips and falls

    Bases such as Hill AFB experience a significant amount of snow and ice annually which put our Airmen at a high risk of ice related slip and fall injuries. Supervisors should work with facility managers and employees to develop a plan to avoid these injuries before the snow arrives. Following these five safety tips will greatly reduce the chance of an ice-related injury.
  • Hill AFB’s free tax-prep center is seeking volunteers for 2021 tax season

    The 2021 tax season is just around the corner, and the 75th Air Base Wing Legal Office is looking for volunteers to work in the base’s free income tax filing center as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.

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