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  • Legal office offers 2021 tax preparation alternatives

    Due to extenuating circumstances, Hill Air Force Base has suspended tax center services this tax season. The Hill AFB Legal Office has suggested a number of other alternatives for tax preparation and filing.

  • Commentary: Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    At Hill Air Force Base, and throughout the Air Force, we take special time out to celebrate the lives of the many courageous individuals who made great contributions to our nation.  On Monday, we will celebrate one of these great contributors and honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King,

  • Hill hosts Davis County School reps for town hall

    Hill AFB leadership hosted representatives from the Davis County School District Jan. 11 for a town hall meeting to address concerns of Hill’s service members, civilians, and families on racial discrimination, bullying, special needs, accountability, and the path forward for the district.

  • DAF to launch myEval in 2022

    Beginning January 2022, the Department of the Air Force will launch a new enlisted and officer evaluation system application, myEvaluation (myEval), to further support ongoing IT and talent management transformations for Total Force Airmen and Guardians.

  • Youth Center duo honored for aiding accident victim

    75th Air Base Wing Commander Col. Jenise Carroll presented the Department of the Air Force Command Civilian Award for Valor to the Lisa Nowinkski and Josh Gomez, 75th Force Support Squadron Youth Center employees, for rendering first aid to an injured man hit by a vehicle last September.

  • CFC last call; finish strong

    On behalf of the Combined Federal Campaign charity partners, we extend a big thank you to all those already making a difference during the current campaign. Generous federal employees and military personnel at Hill AFB have pledged nearly $93,000, helping the Mountain States CFC region exceed the $1

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