• Hill FC soccer: More than just for kicks

    Varsity soccer at Hill AFB provides athletes an opportunity to practice, compete locally and challenge their skills annually at the Defenders Cup military soccer tournament in San Antonio.At this year’s Defenders Cup tournament, hosted annually by Joint Base San Antonio over the Labor Day weekend,

  • Boost Halloween safety: Join Hill AFB’s Pumpkin Patrol

    In an effort to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable Halloween experience at Hill AFB, the 75th Security Forces Squadron’s “Pumpkin Patrol” will provide a watchful eye during the designated trick-or-treating hours of 4:30-9 p.m. on Oct. 31.

  • Congratulations ALS Class 23-G

    Airmen enrolled in Airman Leadership School Class 23-Golf here were honored during a graduation ceremony Oct. 20 at The Landing.ALS is a professional military education course designed to develop Airmen into effective frontline supervisors by focusing on building communication, leadership skills,

  • Air Force kicks off Energy Action Month

    The Department of the Air Force recognizes Energy Action Month in October to highlight energy's critical role in operations and mission continuity and to encourage smart energy use and management for our installations, ground vehicles and aircraft.

  • Hill Air Force Base Celebrates 30 Years as Tree City USA

    Hill AFB has been named a Tree City USA for the 30th consecutive year, earning the designation from the Arbor Day Foundation.To be named a Tree City USA, communities must meet four standards:● Have a tree board or department that is responsible for the care of trees● Have a tree-care ordinance that

  • Trips for Troops benefits Airmen, community

    Hill AFB Airmen have an opportunity to build community relationships by connecting with local host families through Trips for Troops.Layton Mayor Joy Petro established T4T as a fun, stress-free way to unite Airmen with members of the local community in an effort to break the monotony of living