• Did you lose something at the Hill Air Show? Here is where to look for it

    Several items including chairs and clothing to cell phones and credit cards (even cars) were left behind at the Hill Air Show. Lost items can be retrieved at the base's South Gate Visitor Center from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. To inquire about a lost and found item collected by event

  • Independence Day: What’s open and closed at Hill AFB

    Hill Air Force Base will participate in an AFMC Family Day July 1 and celebrate the Independence Day holiday July 4. Many offices and services will be closed or have limited hours on these days as we commemorate the July 4, 1776, United States declaration of independence.Here’s what’s open and

  • Commentary: Juneteenth is more than Texas history. It is American history.

    Many may ask what the significance of Juneteenth is and to me, as a native Texan and as an American from African descent, it signifies progress and freedom. Juneteenth provided a new beginning for those enslaved at the time and a future for their descendants. Juneteenth is not just Texas history, it

  • Helpful tips to enjoy the Hill Air Show

    With more than 500,000 spectators expected to attend the 2022 Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show at Hill Air Force Base June 25 and 26, here are some dos, don’ts and tips to help attendees have the best experience possible.

  • Officials emphasize safety when riding e-scooters, e-bikes

    People on Hill AFB took 938 trips and rode nearly 1,000 miles in May on Lime electric scooters and electric bikes, which have become popular, but are often ridden without personal protection equipment. There are no safety issues with the mechanics of the scooters and bikes but members of the 75th

  • Hill personnel among Utah Service Member of the Year recipients

    Military and civilian employees at Hill Air Force Base were among those recognized during the second annual State of Utah Service Member of the Year awards June 10 at the Utah State Capitol Building Rotunda. The Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs and Gov. Spencer J. Cox held the