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  • Ogden ALC commander pins on second star

    Ogden Air Logistics Center Commander Brig. Gen. McCauley von Hoffman was promoted to major general in a May 7 ceremony at Hill Air Force Base.
  • Major renovation project underway at Hill’s Airmen Recreation Center

    After a nine-month renovation project at the Airman Recreation Center, members of the base and community gathered May 3 to celebrate a soft re-opening of the center.
  • First Four resumes "Coffee Talks” program

    The First Four, an organization that serves the junior enlisted Airmen tier through guidance, professional development and volunteer efforts, resumed its in-person Coffee Talks program earlier this week.
  • Utah governor tours Hill AFB

    Utah Gov. Spencer Cox is briefed by Col. Craig Andrle, 388th Fighter Wing vice commander, during a tour of Hill Air Force Base, Utah, May 5, 2021. The tour provided the governor an overview of missions performed at Hill. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw)
  • 34th Fighter Generation Squadron completes Agile Combat Employment exercise

    MT. HOME AIR FORCE BASE, IDAHO – Pilots and maintainers from the 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, enhanced their deployed agility with the F-35A Lightning II during an exercise here last week.From April 27-30, Airmen from the 34th Fighter Squadron and 34th Fighter Generation Squadron completed an Agile Combat Employment (ACE)
  • Symposium empowers Airmen to help Airmen

    Team Hill’s First Sergeant Council held a First Sergeants Symposium April 26-29 in the base theater here. A total of 47 Airmen attended the four-day symposium to learn the duties and responsibilities of an additional duty first sergeant and the resources available to them.
  • Base celebrates National Police Week 2021

    Former President John F. Kennedy declared Peace Officers’ Memorial Day in May, 1962. The recognition has evolved into National Police Week, a time when, as a nation, we honor the sacrifices of our law enforcement community.
  • Training for the physical fitness assessment

    Physical fitness assessments will resume for Airmen on July 1, 2021.Some Airmen may be deconditioned due to the impacts of COVID-19 protocols and lack of accessibility for fitness options. To assist military members preparing for the PT test, Air Force Materiel Command has developed a physical training toolkit that consists of the Physical Training
  • Hill fighter wings will continue night flying into May

    The active duty 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings will continue local night-flying operations on most weekdays through the third week of May.
  • ABW leadership meets with base residents during quarterly town hall

    Air base wing leadership met with base residents April 29 for a quarterly privatized housing resident council meeting to discuss housing health and safety concerns, identify community improvements and present solutions for problems to installation leadership.
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