• Hill LEGACY program seeks 2022 summer junior apprentice mentors

    Hill AFB’s Leadership Experience Growing Apprenticeships Committed to Youth program, known as LEGACY, is actively recruiting base mentors for this summer’s session for high-school students.The students, in grades 10-12, are in their second stage of the LEGACY program called junior apprentice,

  • Hill units bring crashed A-10 back to life

    Skilled professionals from the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group and 309th Expeditionary Depot Maintenance Squadron at Hill AFB took a formerly crashed A-10 Warthog and spent more than three years restoring it to a like-new condition. In July of 2018, tail number 80-0264 arrived to Hill AFB in

  • Hill contracting gives warm gift to Afghan evacuees

    The contracting directorate at Hill Air Force base conducted a warm, winter-clothing drive recently to gather donations for Afghanistan refugees arriving in Utah. Kaitlin Johnson, an Ogden Air Logistics Center Contracting section chief, contacted International Rescue in Salt Lake City and found out

  • Air Force to develop F-16 ‘digital twin’

    The U.S. Air Force plans to make a digital replica of the F-16 Fighting Falcon, in an effort to improve the sustainment and modernization of F-16s operating around the world.

  • A look back: Ogden ALC takes on OV-10 Bronco project

    In 1988, Air Force Logistics Command shifted a portion of the OV-10 Bronco workload from the San Antonio Air Logistics Center to the Ogden ALC. This resulted in a better balance of skills and workload between the two logistics centers.