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  • ECARS reduces vehicle emissions and Hill fees

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center is celebrating a decade of helping installations track vehicle air emissions through its Employee-vehicle Certification and Reporting System, or ECARS.The tool has been estimated to be saving the Air Force more than $11.8 million annually.

  • Help for base pass delays

    The South Gate Visitor Center and Roy Gate Commercial Vehicle Search Area are currently experiencing significant latency issues, causing delays in providing visitor passes through the Defense Biometric Identification System.In some cases, visitors are waiting longer than 15 minutes. The long wait

  • Peak PCS season tips help achieve smooth move

    In an effort to mitigate negative impacts on DoD families, the Air Force Joint Personal Property Shipping Offices employ all available tools and options to accommodate shipment and delivery requests each year during peak permanent change of station season. Individual DoD services and United States

  • Plane Talk: Nighthawk Night comes to the Hill Aerospace Museum

    The theme for Hill Aerospace Museum’s May Plane Talk is “Nighthawk Night,” featuring a special look at the world’s first stealth fighter aircraft, the F-117 Nighthawk. Join us at the museum May 6 for an exclusive look at one of the Air Force’s most groundbreaking fighter aircrafts and learn from

  • Exchange continues weekly online giveaways for military shoppers

    Hill Main Exchange shoppers can enter to win a popular prize provided by the Army & Air Force Exchange Service in the retailer’s Free Friday giveaway program.Authorized military shoppers worldwide who comment on the Exchange’s Free Friday Facebook post each Friday at have

  • Hill to participate in state-wide earthquake exercise

    “Drop, cover and hold on” is the theme for the Great Utah ShakeOut training exercise scheduled to take place April 20 here.Although an earthquake preparedness drill can be held any day of the year, Hill AFB will join in the statewide exercise that kicks off at 10:15 a.m.