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  • F-15 becomes golden eagle assisted by Hill’s CMXG

    Taking to the skies 50 years ago, the F-15 Eagle can now be called a Golden Eagle and the Ogden Air Logistics Complex’s 309th Commodities Maintenance Group continues to play a significant role in keeping it soaring.

  • Archaeologists discover more pieces of the ancient past on UTTR

    Archaeologists working for the Air Force this month have discovered 88 human footprints preserved in the alkali flats on the Utah Test and Training Range that they believe date to more than 12,000 years ago. The prehistoric footprints discovery, at what is now being called the Trackway Site,

  • Commentary: Juneteenth is more than Texas history. It is American history.

    Many may ask what the significance of Juneteenth is and to me, as a native Texan and as an American from African descent, it signifies progress and freedom. Juneteenth provided a new beginning for those enslaved at the time and a future for their descendants. Juneteenth is not just Texas history, it

  • Online Nutrition Kitchen designed to aid military members’ readiness

    Hill AFB’s kitchen, inside the Warrior Fitness Center here, was the setting for Nutrition Kitchen, a series of online nutritional cooking classes for military members and families. Air Education and Training Command and the Office of the Surgeon General partnered with the 2nd Audiovisual Squadron

  • Software engineers complete 100 sprints; continue racing

    A team of Hill software engineers, working Personnel Recovery Command and Control, is producing computer code that helps the warfighter and they’re doing it at record speed, within a two-week window called a sprint.The code they produce supports a joint surveillance electronic tracking system that

  • Hill AFB observes National Police Week

    The 75th Security Forces Squadron commemorated National Police Week May 23-26 to honor its Defenders and law enforcement community. The annual observance established in May 1962 by former President John F. Kennedy serves as a time to recognize and honor the sacrifices of those in law enforcement.

  • Connecting with other cultures on Diversity Day

    Whether we visit another city, state, or country, diversity is what makes the world unique and fascinating. Each year we recognize World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, or Diversity Day, on May 21.

  • USTRANSCOM deputy commander makes thank you visit

    Vice Admiral Dee Mewbourne, deputy commander, USTRANSCOM, visited Hill AFB May 3, to met with and thanked Airmen and civilians who loaded Ukraine lethal aid onto commercial 747s bound for Europe.

  • F-35 to feature at Hill's air show June 25-26

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- On June 25 and 26, Hill Air Force Base, with the support of the community, will host the 2022 Warriors Over The Wasatch Air & Space Show. The air show will also consist of more than a dozen world-class acts, including an F-35A Lightning II demonstration, the U.S. Air