Retirees invited to share heritage with Airmen
By Capt. Genieve David, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
/ Published September 04, 2007
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah --
In commemoration of the Air Force's 60th anniversary and Air Force Services, Hill Air Force Base will allow retirees to use dining facilities Sept. 18.
According to an Air Force link article, allowing retirees to use dining facilities on this day not only gives them a chance to relive their past, but to share that past with today's Airmen.
"This is a great opportunity, for our Airmen, past and present, to share our heritage with one another," said Col. Scott Chambers, 75th Air Base Wing commander. "The Air Force celebrates 60 years of heritage and this is one way to celebrate the occasion."
This year's theme for the Air Force birthday is "Heritage to Horizon." The Air Force Vision document steers the Air Force's future course, by stressing Airmen should continue living up to their rich heritage while pushing the Air Force toward an even better horizon.
For more information regarding the open retiree day, contact Mr. Mike McCoy, food service officer, at 777-3686.