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  • 75th CES handles first big winter storm

    The first big snowstorm of the season rolled through Northern Utah Nov. 27-28 bringing 7 inches of heavy, wet snow and the 75th Civil Engineer Squadron snow removal teams here were ready for it.
  • Winter safe driving tips

    Traveling during this Thanksgiving holiday weekend gave us a small reminder of what is yet to come during the winter season. We have now reached the time of year when we all have to re-evaluate our driving skills and habits. That’s right; winter has managed to sneak up on us. We need to be aware of weather conditions we haven’t seen since last winter such as slippery roads and sidewalks, slush buildup on roadways, black ice, fog and white out conditions
  • Be thankful for the “ordinary” things!

    With our first official snowfall on the books, we enter the holiday season!
  • AF selects Holloman AFB as preferred location for interim F-16 training squadrons

    The Air Force selected Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, as the preferred alternative for the interim home for two F-16 Fighting Falcon training squadrons created to increase fighter pilot production as the service faces a growing pilot shortage.
  • Airmen, family members honor veterans

    In preparation for Veterans Day, Team Hill Airmen and family members gathered at a cemetery here Nov. 10 for a volunteer project, which honored all veterans.
  • 34th AMU Airmen train on refueling procedures

    Aircraft maintainers took part in proficiency training here Nov. 8 with their goal being improved mission effectiveness.
  • 775th EOD Flight hosts memorial workout

    The 775th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight hosted a memorial workout to honor fallen Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine EOD technicians, Nov. 4, 2016.
  • Local Airmen, NBA players provide community service

    Hill Air Force Base Airmen teamed up with community partners Nov. 3 for the annual ‘Commitment to Service’ project, an enterprise aimed at bettering communities across the nation.
  • Hill AFB Chapel holiday services for 2016

    The Hill AFB Chapel announced the following holiday services for 2016:CatholicNov. 24, 10 a.m., Thanksgiving Dec. 8, 11:30 a.m., Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Dec. 8, 5 p.m., Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Dec. 12-13, 6-8 p.m., Advent Retreat Dec. 13, 7 p.m., Penance ServiceDec. 24, 5 p.m., Christmas Eve Mass
  • Recycling center moves to new home

    The Base Recycling Center made a PCS (permanent change of station) move recently to a new home off Balmer Street, across from The Log Cabin and near the Lemon Lot and Outdoor Recreation Tickets & Travel.
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Active-duty military & veterans in need with access to Hill AFB are invited to receive free packaged food, fresh pr… https://t.co/ECxNmFdNwV
A new program called HEART, or the Hill Expeditionary Airman Readiness Training program, aims to equip first-term A… https://t.co/P26StNMCPk
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The 75th Med Group has stood up an Operational Support Team, or OST, in an effort to help Airmen sustain the high l… https://t.co/oO1R3Xl6Y1
Fueling up for the week ahead... An Airman monitors an F-35A Lightning II during a hot pit refuel Sept. 14, 2020, a… https://t.co/a5oRnI2imO
The mid 2000s, the F-22 arrives at Hill AFB, and it came as no surprise when AFMC assigned the Ogden ALC as the dep… https://t.co/6SmdVqVBCt
That Friday feeling! Capt. Kristin "BEO" Wolfe, the F-35A Demo Team pilot, performs the "High Speed Pass" maneuver… https://t.co/mmE3f9XmaL
The Air Force Digital Campaign kicked off the first Virtual Industry Exchange Sept 21, hosting industry and academi… https://t.co/KiSuwlvoD3
Denise Quilter works for DLA Ogden as a customer support technician in the Generators Maintenance Group."The bigges… https://t.co/Hqtj3M9n0L
Inside this week's Hilltop Times digital edition at https://t.co/ICbe9BBbx0, read about the POW/MIA commemoration c… https://t.co/SnvlKXQB5h
This is a stressful, uncertain time. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to how we live. Social distanci… https://t.co/j2wknt7RKk
Tech. Sgt. Jaclyn Fessler, 75th SFS criminal investigator, said domestic responses can be one of the most dangerous… https://t.co/NTqraBl96y
Beginning Nov. 2, the 75th Med Group Satellite Pharmacy windows will reopen, while the Curbside Pharmacy will close… https://t.co/qCZq5XwZg3
The three wings demonstrated their ability to prepare, respond and recover from combat situations in a deployed env… https://t.co/mGD90fr2Mm
Never forgotten. According to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, there are still more than 81,900 Americans sti… https://t.co/7tMqqUxlDn
The Davis County Health department in partnership with the Occupational Medicine Clinic will be setting up 20 diffe… https://t.co/1bCigmbbii
Staying sharp! Airmen from the active duty 388th and reserve 419th Fighter Wings participate in night operations du… https://t.co/LOayyiHrId
Timothy Kjar works in the 75th Force Support Squadron as the director of golf at the Hubbard Memorial Golf Course.… https://t.co/nWSZk9Xv42
Today, we celebrate the United States Air Force 73rd birthday, commemorating the service's most valuable asset, it… https://t.co/fGqumLdcmX
Here's a message from Col. Jenise Carroll, 75th Air Base Wing Commander, in honor of Retiree Appreciation Weekend S… https://t.co/rOl2oltPME