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  • 2021: A year in review

    For the 75th Air Base Wing and its 52 mission partners, 2021 was a year of accelerating change through readiness and growth while welcoming new faces, and inspiring hope.

  • In Focus: 1st Lt. Robert Snarr

    1st Lt. Robert Snarr, 75th Air Base Wing commander’s executive officer, was born and raised in Idaho and has been an Air Force member for the past 13 years.Snarr is a formerly enlisted Air Force Defender who progressed to the rank of Technical Sergeant.

  • Exercise Basics: Starting a program that works for you

    CHPS is here to help you succeed with your fitness goals.Join Hill CHPS ‘Exercise Basics: Starting a Program That Works for You’ class to learn how to start a safe and effective exercise routine that fits your lifestyle.

  • Hill CHPS January classes help promote healthy lifestyle

    Join Hill CHPS ‘A Good Night’s Sleep’ and ‘Sticking to Your Goals’ class to learn how you can get better sleep and ultimately set you up for reaching your health and wellness goals.Sleep is an essential function that allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert to take on

  • Hill's Airmen to see increase in 2022 BAH rates

    Airmen assigned to Hill Air Force Base will see an increase to their Basic Allowance for Housing in 2022.BAH rates will increase an average of 5.1 percent when the new rates take effect on January 1, 2022. An estimated $25.6 billion will be paid to approximately one million service members.

  • What’s open and closed at Hill AFB for Christmas and New Year’s

    Many offices and services at Hill Air Force Base will be closed or have limited hours Dec. 23-24, Dec. 31 and Jan. 3 in conjunction with the Christmas and New Year's federal holidays. In addition, some offices and services will be closed or have limited hours outside these dates.

  • Cookie tradition for Airmen continues at Hill

    After hearing that some bases may not continue the tradition of providing cookies to their single Airmen and Guardians this holiday season, the 2021 Team Hill Cookie Drive provided nearly 400 bags of holiday goodness to those who live in the base’s dormitories.

  • DoorDash now offers delivery from Hill AFB restaurants

    The Army & Air Force Exchange Service and DoorDash, the nation’s leading on-demand local logistics platform, are serving up convenience and tastes of home to Airmen and their families. The new service began at Hill AFB on Dec. 8.“The Exchange is all-in to strengthen quality-of-life support at Hill

  • Team Hill welcomes newest chiefs

    (From left) Senior Master Sgts. Kara West, 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Josh Ziriak, 421st Fighter Generation Squadron, and Touhid Akash, 75th Communications and Information Directorate, are welcomed to the “top of the enlisted force” during a social to recognize their selection for promotion

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