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  • Hill Airmen foster interest in Air Force careers through UMA job fair

    Airmen from Hill Air Force Base recently hosted a job fair May 25, at a nearby charter High School called the Utah Military Academy.
  • Airmen at Hill among Utah’s servicemember of the year recipients

    Military and civilian Airmen from Hill Air Force Base were among the award recipients named during the State of Utah Service Members of the Year Awards Ceremony.
  • Utah’s new 'constitutional carry' law won’t apply on Hill AFB

    Although the Utah legislature passed House Bill 60 to remove the requirement for state residents over the age of 21 to acquire a permit in order to legally carry a concealed firearm, Hill AFB security officials want you to know the law will not apply on base.
  • Retired Col. Gail Halvorsen, the “Berlin Candy Bomber,” visits Hill AFB

    Air Force Col. (Ret.) Gail Halvorsen, the “Berlin Candy Bomber,” during an F-35A Lightning II Demonstration Team practice April 16, 2021, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Halvorsen and family members witnessed the F-35 demo and then visited with the demo pilot and team afterward. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
  • Hill AFB receives energy incentive award from Rocky Mountain Power

    The 75th Air Base Wing was presented an energy incentive award by Rocky Mountain Power April 14.
  • Utah ends tax on military retirement pay

    The state of Utah has become the latest to stop taxing military retired pay. On March 11, 2021, Gov. Spencer J. Cox signed Senate Bill 11 into law, providing an average annual tax savings to military retirees and their survivors of $1,315, according to the state’s budget office.
  • 75th OSS pays tribute to fallen Airmen with ‘Wall of Exemplar’

    As a way to remember those who have fallen and inspire others to carry on the warrior ethos, the 75th Operations Support Squadron recently established a "Wall of Exemplar" within the squadron’s Heritage Room, located in Hangar 1.
  • Congressman Moore visits Hill AFB

    The 75th Air Base Wing hosted Utah's U.S. Rep. Blake Moore for a tour of Hill AFB Feb. 16 to see how Team Hill executes its critical missions for the warfighter and employs combat power around the world.
  • Reserve fighter pilot reaches 1,000 hours in F-35

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — A pilot in the 419th Fighter Wing became the Air Force Reserve’s first operational F-35 pilot to reach 1,000 flying hours in the Air Force's newest fighter jet here today. Maj. Daniel “Mental” Toftness joined the Reserve in August 2018 after 12 years on active duty. He now serves full time as an Air Reserve
  • Air Force Wounded Warrior program serves injured and ill Airmen

    No other time than during the current pandemic has the Air Force’s mental health, family advocacy, and other support programs been so important. One program – the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program – has been essential in providing wounded, ill, and injured Airmen a place to turn for assistance.
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