• PCIP symposium gives students valuable experience

    More than 200 college students from schools across the country participated in the Premier College Intern Program symposium held at the Davis Conference Center in Layton June 27-29.This Air Force Civilian Service program gives students first-hand experience of what life as an Air Force civilian is

  • Ogden ALC achieves ISO 50001 recertification

    The Ogden Air Logistics Complex, a critical hub for the Air Force’s maintenance, repair, overhaul, and sustainment operations, announced this week it has achieved recertification of ISO 50001, the international standard for applying organizational best practices in energy management.

  • 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. 23-26 for an AFMC Family Day and the observed Christmas holiday. Additionally, there will be closures and limited hours Dec. 30-Jan 2 to observe an AFMC Family Day and the New Year federal holiday.

  • Ogden ALC gathers for 2022 picnic, car show

    On Aug. 18, the Ogden Air Logistics Complex held its 14th Annual Picnic and Car Show with an outstanding display of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. The event has been held since 2007.

  • F-15 becomes golden eagle assisted by Hill’s CMXG

    Taking to the skies 50 years ago, the F-15 Eagle can now be called a Golden Eagle and the Ogden Air Logistics Complex’s 309th Commodities Maintenance Group continues to play a significant role in keeping it soaring.The men and women of the 309th CMXG technical repair center for landing gear, wheels,