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  • Progress made on a salvaged F-35’s, repurposed for training aids

    Airmen here are currently involved in transforming a salvaged F-35A fuselage and F-35B cockpit into sectional training aids. Significant progress is being made on the two condemned aircraft, which were both involved in mishaps during the last several years, then scrapped after being considered

  • Hill resumes fitness assessments

    Airmen at Hill Air Force Base resumed physical fitness testing July 1 after a break of more than a year due to COVID-19. The testing resumed with only three components: push-ups, sit-ups and the 1.5-mile run.

  • Fitness testing to resume at Hill AFB in July

    Airmen at Hill Air Force Base will resume physical fitness testing in July with only three components: push-ups, sit-ups and the 1.5-mile run. According to an Air Force announcement in May, several changes were made to the test to include increasing scoring for push-ups and sit-ups from 10 to 20

  • Hill Airmen take part in virtual leadership development course

    Members of the 75th Air Base Wing, primarily from the 649th Munition’s Squadron, participated recently in a three-day Zoom seminar designed to instill leadership skills critical in facing workplace challenges and in creating a physiologically safe environment to discuss them.

  • Hill firefighters conduct air ambulance training

    An AirLife Utah air ambulance crew and Hill firefighters pose for a group photo during an air ambulance training event at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Jan. 14. 2021. Hill's first responders conduct the annual training to remain proficient on air ambulance operations. The Ogden AirLife Utah base is