• Hill AFB looks to hire more civilian defenders

    The 75th Security Forces Squadron wants to hire more civilian law enforcement officer positions through the Department of Air Force’s Civilian Defender Program. Civilian defenders alongside their military counterparts have a pivotal role in the base’s defense, and the program works to improve

  • Need to dispose of old prescriptions? Drug Take Back Day set for Oct. 29

    The 75th Security Forces Squadron at Hill will partner with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency this Saturday, Oct. 29, for the second iteration of National Prescription Take Back Day 2022. At Hill, the 75th SFS will be operating two drop-off locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Base Exchange

  • Hill AFB observes National Police Week

    The 75th Security Forces Squadron commemorated National Police Week May 23-26 to honor its Defenders and law enforcement community. The annual observance established in May 1962 by former President John F. Kennedy serves as a time to recognize and honor the sacrifices of those in law enforcement.

  • USAF "top cop" visits Hill AFB

    Brig. Gen. Roy W. Collins, Headquarters Air Force Security Forces director, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Lewis, Headquarters Air Force Security Forces Career Field manager, paid a familiarization visit to Hill Air Force Base March 16-19