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  • HAFB welcomes new firefighting equipment

    This summer, Hill Air Force Base's Fire and Emergency Services acquired new equipment including a 100-foot ladder truck to replace the department’s 16-year-old truck, a new heavy-brush truck to respond to wildfires and a vehicle equipped with highly-specialized rescue tools.
  • COMMENTARY: Keeping Cool Over Salt Lake

    Capt. Jonathan Lowell recounts his story and lessons learned after experiencing an integrated power package failure while flying a F-35A.
  • AFMC program encourages Airmen to intervene in a positive way

    The Wingman Intervention Program captures instances where bystanders take action to keep themselves and their Wingmen safe by recognizing warning signs, potentially dangerous situations or inappropriate behaviors. In a recent note to the staff, Maj. Gen. Carl Schaefer, Air Force Materiel Command deputy commander, encouraged leaders at all levels to ‘promote this initiative’ within their units. He encouraged them to be intensely aware of situations where their people recognized potentially at-risk behaviors and intervened in a positive way.
  • New traffic light on Wardleigh

    Construction of a new traffic light at the intersection of Arsenal Road and Wardleigh Boulevard was completed June 11, 2019, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
  • “What changed?” fire extinguisher campaign

    What changed?” This is the most common question Fire & Emergency Services (F&ES) firefighters have fielded since 2017 when we began removing fire extinguishers from approved facilities at Hill Air Force Base.
  • Air Force establishes 24/7 helpline to address housing concerns

    Beginning April 30, representatives are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day, toll-free at 1-800-482-6431.
  • Eagle Eyes program encourages reporting suspicious activity

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – With the Eagle Eyes anti-terrorism program personnel can, through a collective effort, aid in the prevention of terrorism through awareness, vigilant observation and reporting suspicious activities through the program’s communication channels.To aid in the prevention of an attack, the program looks at six
  • Halting hypothermia

    To learn more about hypothermia, other weather hazards and general emergency preparedness tips, join Hill Civilian Health Promotion Services team for ‘Emergency Preparedness' at one of these upcoming sessions.
  • Fire safety throughout the holiday season

    Tis’ the season for celebrating, for entertaining, more cooking, and an increased electrical fire risk. The Hill Fire Department would like to keep your family safe this year by offering these holiday season tips.
  • Dressing for cold weather

    Hypothermia is defined as abnormally low body temperature caused by prolonged exposures to very cold temperatures. When exposed to cold temperatures, your body begins to lose heat faster than it’s produced. Lengthy exposures will eventually use up your body’s stored energy, which leads to lower body temperature.Body temperature that is too low
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