• Base team reduces muscular-skeletal and mental health issues

    One of the first multidisciplinary medical operational support teams in the Air Force is working to reduce muscular-skeletal and mental health issues at Hill Air Force Base.The five-person team, consisting of an exercise physiologist, clinical psychologist, clinical social worker, physical therapist

  • Independence Day: What’s open and closed at Hill AFB

    Hill Air Force Base will participate in an AFMC Family Day July 1 and celebrate the Independence Day holiday July 4. Many offices and services will be closed or have limited hours on these days as we commemorate the July 4, 1776, United States declaration of independence.Here’s what’s open and

  • Officials emphasize safety when riding e-scooters, e-bikes

    People on Hill AFB took 938 trips and rode nearly 1,000 miles in May on Lime electric scooters and electric bikes, which have become popular, but are often ridden without personal protection equipment. There are no safety issues with the mechanics of the scooters and bikes but members of the 75th

  • Online Nutrition Kitchen designed to aid military members’ readiness

    Hill AFB’s kitchen, inside the Warrior Fitness Center here, was the setting for Nutrition Kitchen, a series of online nutritional cooking classes for military members and families. Air Education and Training Command and the Office of the Surgeon General partnered with the 2nd Audiovisual Squadron

  • Large detonations begin this month at UTTR

    The Air Force will begin its season of large detonation operations this month – those involving more than 10,000 pounds of net explosive weight – at the Utah Test and Training Range. The detonations, used to destroy rocket motors, are expected to continue through September."Detonation is the best

  • MindGym available 24/7 at the Hess

    The sensory deprivation, bio-responsive mindfulness Lumena MindGym at the Hess Fitness Center is available 24/7 to any user registered with the 75th Force Support Squadron. Users sit in an ergonomic chair and wear an EEG helmet during training sessions. The electroencephalogram helmet detects