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  • Congressman Moore tours Utah Test and Training Range

    The 75th Air Base Wing hosted U.S. Rep. Blake Moore (UT-1) April 12 to provide him with an overview of the testing and training that occurs at the Utah Test and Training Range.
  • 35 years in the desert: Range controller retires after decades supporting Air Force combat training

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- “Shack!” is the slang that spotters and controllers on the ground say over the radio to fighter or bomber pilots when their weapons hit on target. Dorothy “Dot” Ellis may not be able to tell you how many times she’s said it over her 35 years on the Utah Test and Training Range, but she will tell you that every time has
  • Air Force plans prescribed burn on Utah Test and Training Range

    The Air Force plans a prescribed burn today through Oct. 23 on the Utah Test and Training Range’s North Range, which is located north of Interstate 80 between Wendover and Tooele. Travelers on I-80, near Exit 62, may notice fire and smoke during the burn period.
  • Air Force begins large detonations at Utah Test and Training Range

    The Air Force will begin large detonation operations at the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) today and lasting through the end of September 2020. The detonations will occur two or three times a week and involve destroying the rocket motors and solid propellant of Air Force and Navy ballistic missiles.
  • Minuteman II and the beginning of Hill AFB’s ICBM support

    Much of Hill Air Force Base’s west area became part of the Boeing-operated Air Force Plant 77 in 1960. The aerospace contractor and Hill AFB worked vigorously throughout that year and the next to build the infrastructure needed to assemble and sustain the Minuteman Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) system.
  • 757th AS conducts aerial spray at UTTR

    The Air Force uses basic and specialized versions of the C-130 Hercules to perform a diverse number of missions, including airlift support, Antarctic resupply, aeromedical missions, weather reconnaissance, firefighting duties and aerial spray missions.
  • Air Force plans prescribed burn on Utah Test and Training Range

    The Air Force plans a prescribed burn Oct. 8-11 on the Utah Test and Training Range’s North Range, which is located north of Interstate 80 between Wendover and Tooele. Travelers on I-80, near Exit 62, may notice fire and smoke during that burn period.
  • Air Force resumes large detonations at Utah Test and Training Range

    The Air Force will resume large detonation operations at the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) July 15 and continuing through the end of August 2019.
  • Combat exercise, weapons evaluations mean busy May at Hill

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- Communities surrounding Hill Air Force Base will notice increased flying and numbers of aircraft through much of May as the base’s fighter wings conduct a large combat exercise and host a weapons evaluation.Next week, the active duty 388th Fighter Wing and Reserve 419th Fighter Wing, along with F-16 units from Holloman
  • Hill F-35s complete intensive weapons evaluation

    The 388th and 419th Fighter Wings recently completed two exercises over three weeks here known as Combat Hammer and Combat Archer from Aug. 6-24 as part of the Air Force’s annual Weapons System Evaluation Program.
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