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  • Hill to participate in state-wide earthquake exercise

    “Drop, cover and hold on” is the theme for the Great Utah ShakeOut training exercise scheduled to take place April 20 here.Although an earthquake preparedness drill can be held any day of the year, Hill AFB will join in the statewide exercise that kicks off at 10:15 a.m.

  • Hill Defenders conduct near-peer adversary training exercises

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Airman with the 75th Security Forces Squadron trained in a series of near-peer adversary field exercises in the Base Operations Readiness Training Area here from March 18-28.The exercises charged Defender flights with an air base ground defense mission at a forward

  • Air Force first responders work emergency best practices

    Fire, safety and program representatives recently gathered at Hill Air Force Base to take part in an emergency response working group to establish emergency engine shutdown and aircrew extraction best practices specific to F-35 aircraft.

  • ATSO rodeo keeps Hill Airmen mission ready

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Airmen with the 75th Air Base Wing participated in an Ability to Survive and Operate rodeo (ATSO) here, Sept. 13, 2022. The wing-level training exercise refreshed and instructed Airmen on skills necessary to survive and operate in a combat environment.

  • 75th FSS Instructor cultivates Airmen

    Teaching Airmen proper exercise discipline and fostering positive instruction is something Brett Carbo, 75th Force Support Squadron training specialist, is extremely passionate about. Carbo works as a training specialist during the workday and a fitness instructor after hours at the Hess Fitness