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  • Ogden ALC units earn L-A-M-P award for safety, efficiency

    Since the establishment of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex Logistics Airmen Mastering Possibilities (L-A-M-P) award in May 2019, it has been awarded monthly to the Ogden ALC’s units and teams that have gone above and beyond in making the complex a more efficient and better place to work.
  • New Utah Airmen heroes exhibit unveiled at the Hill Aerospace Museum

    In an effort to highlight the stories of Utah service members, the first of many new local heroes exhibits was unveiled at the Hill Aerospace Museum last month.
  • Ruck march honors 9/11 victims

    Throughout the history of our nation, many events have served to shape and define the United States of America. However, few have had such a profound effect on our country as the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
  • Wheels of Wonder

    (left to right) Warren and Petty Officer 1st Class Gabe Burns, stop by to look at the Fire Trucks, and receive a child fire fighter helmet and other goodies from Tiana Bykowski and Wolfgang Heydt, both with 775 Civil Engineering Squadron, at the Wheels of Wonder event, May 17, 2019, Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar)
  • Team Hill gathers for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    In celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States, the Hill AFB Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Committee held festival May 16 at Centennial Park. The event included cultural awareness activities, as well as Filipino and Hawaiian food.
  • Reserve recruiter brings active duty experience to 419th

    As the 419th Fighter Wing continues to capture talent and experience from Airmen leaving active duty, Tech. Sgt. Casey George steps in as the Air Force Reserve unit's new in-service recruiter here.
  • 729th Air Control Squadron exercises to bolster readiness

    Throughout the military, ‘readiness’ is a common term and one that encompasses the minimum standards required by all deployable units in order to qualify as mission capable.
  • Utah students benefit from computers for learning

    A recent effort to put computers in front of Utah students started when DLA Disposition Services Director Mike Cannon sent out an email to his workforce. After reading Cannon’s email, Property Disposal Specialist Jared Grimshaw at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, learned his team would soon receive more than 40,000 computers.
  • ICBM Systems Directorate Airman receives scholarship

    Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center ICBM Systems Directorate employee Jeff Smith was awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Logistics Officer Association this month.
  • 388th FW dialing-in cannon loading, firing in training

    The 388th Fighter Wing’s 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and 4th Fighter Squadron were the first operational units to load and fire the F-35A’s cannon during training Aug. 13, and what they learned will influence how they train and fight. Loading and firing the cannon was one of the few capabilities Airmen in the 388th and 419th FWs had yet to
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