• 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,

  • Hill group connects with community at Utah Asian Festival

    The Asian American/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander/Member Employee Resource Group attended the 45th Annual Utah Asian Festival. The group provided information about a multitude of opportunities at Hill, and increased awareness about their mission identify triggers and investigate potential barriers

  • Archaeologists discover more pieces of the ancient past on UTTR

    Archaeologists working for the Air Force this month have discovered 88 human footprints preserved in the alkali flats on the Utah Test and Training Range that they believe date to more than 12,000 years ago. The prehistoric footprints discovery, at what is now being called the Trackway Site,

  • Rodeo Patriot Night honors America, Americans

    Patriots from Hill AFB joined other Utah service members and celebrated Patriot Night at the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo opening ceremony July 22, by unfurling and displaying “The Major,” a giant American flag. The Major, named after Utah Army National Guard Maj. Brent Taylor who was mayor of North