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  • 419th civil engineers help relocate Alaskan village

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Villagers from the remote town of Newtok, Alaska, greeted a team of 23 personnel from the 419th Civil Engineer Squadron Aug. 8 with traditional food and dancing.The team is made up of heavy equipment, utilities, planning, HVAC and electrical experts who will help rebuild the recently relocated town after melting
  • Depot field team braves Alaska weather to perform radome maintenance

    For most of us, getting to work means waking up, showering, maybe some breakfast, then dealing with traffic on a drive of 30 minute or less, and finally, waiting in a long line at a base entrance. For 10 plastic fabricator inspectors in the 309th Electronics Maintenance Group, it’s anything but normal when they leave home for work. These highly skilled workers are responsible for maintaining mission critical radar radomes around the world.
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Continuation of Hill Air Force Base 80th anniversary series. These articles will feature the base’s historical inno… https://t.co/a1D3ZffW5d
We all need a little light. Commentary by Eglin AFB, Chaplain (Col.) Jonathan Wade. https://t.co/h9nCw8cGKP
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27 Mar 2020 AFSC Commander Lt Gen Kirkland gives an update on COVID-19 Posture https://t.co/K8EQDa5hcJ
As of today (March 26), Hill AFB has been placed in Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie. Currently, there… https://t.co/YScIbATZA9
This informative "Preventive Measures" video is aimed at all military and civilian personnel and their families. It… https://t.co/fTvKOIoWvg
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“Our staff have done a terrific job in adapting the new operations and have been flexible during the entire process… https://t.co/WaFEOTkalt
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“Community fosters hope and inspiration, and Hill AFB Chapel will continue to provide inspirational and soul-streng… https://t.co/9EbrjTxAD4
RT @419fw: A group of @419fw reservists recently volunteered to stock shelves at the @HAFB Commissary following their work shifts to ensure…
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RT @HAFB: Our Airmen are training and flying the @thef35 daily at Hill Air Force Base. We've segmented our operations to allow time and dis…
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A Hill Air Force Base member is being treated and evaluated by health care professionals following the first confir… https://t.co/zhDkgP10Dq
Construction Alert - NB and SB I-15 in Layton will close for 3 nights: Fri Mar 20-Mon Mar 23. North lanes reduce at… https://t.co/68kpPGJAix
As of today, Hill AFB is in HPCON Bravo and has declared a Public Health Emergency, consistent w Davis/Weber-Morgan… https://t.co/Gn48ZlJIt2