• Hill members invited to Give Happy through the CFC

    You can Give Happy through the combined federal campaign program, one of the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaigns.This year’s CFC kick-off event, hosted by 75th Air Base Wing Commander Col. Jeffrey Holland, begins at 11 a.m. Nov. 16 at the Warrior Fitness Center,

  • Military spouses now eligible for small business reimbursements

    The Air Force is now offering spouses reimbursement for small business costs, in addition to covering the costs of transferring professional licenses and certifications, when they experience a permanent change of station move with their service member spouse.

  • 75th SFS Defender recognized for exceptional performance

    Staff Sgt. Carlos Roca, a member of the 75th Security Forces Squadron, was unexpectedly promoted to his new rank under the Air Force’s Stripes for Exceptional Performers, or STEP, program. Lt. Gen. Stacey Hawkins, commander of the Air Force Sustainment Center, broke the good news to Roca during a

  • The Navajo Tribe: A rich cultural legacy in Utah

    Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and diverse cultures, Utah is home to a significant Native American presence, including the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Tribe, also known as the Diné, has a deep-rooted connection to Utah, marked by a rich cultural heritage and a profound influence on the

  • The gift of citizenship through service

    For those joining the military without citizenship, they will be green card holders and have legal status. It can take up to three years for green card holders until they can try to naturalize. With approval from their commander, service members now can gain citizenship after a year of serving