Health and Wellness Center
Thursday, Nov. 19, is the day to kick "butt." Cigarette butt, that is. Are you thinking about quitting smoking but not sure you're ready to take the plunge? Multiple health support organizations on base, including the Health and Wellness Center, would like to encourage you to join in the American Cancer Society's annual Great American Smoke Out -- a nationally recognized day for people to put... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
Civilian Health Promotion Services works on a number of projects in conjunction with the Health and Wellness Center and the Fitness Center at Hill Air Force Base. In light of the continued, strengthened emphasis on fitness and the other pillars of wellness so central to the well-being and ability of Team Hill to serve the war fighter, there is a renewed effort as all three programs work together... Read more
Home-based business open house at Hill Local Hill Air Force Base spouses will host a home-based business open house Wednesday, Nov. 4, 4 p.m.-9 p.m. at the Log Cabin. Products will be available from Scentsy, Mary Kay, Park Lane Jewelry, Tupperware, Beauty Control, Pampered Chef, Watkins Spices, Celebrating Home, Miche Bags, PartyLite and Tastefully Simple. Come for the product giveaways and free... Read more
You must weigh in Monday, Nov. 2, through Nov. 9 if you wish to participate in the Air Force Materiel Command "Freeze the Gain Holiday Challenge." The 10-week challenge runs from Nov. 9 to Jan. 8 and is meant to help participants stave off holiday weight gains. The program, available through the Wellness Support Program at, uses the buddy system this year in pursuit of health... Read more
Terry Jackson530th Commodities Maintenance Squadron"I want to be 'Gilligan' from Gilligan's Island." Cole Richardson75th Force Support Squadron"Chewbacca." Capt. Erin Jackson75th Aerospace Medicine Squadron"I am dressing as Detective Shirley Holmes, because you can't go wrong with a pipe and a magnifying glass as accessories!" Valerie Burke75th Air Base Wing"I'm dressing as a clown because of my... Read more
Information, Tickets and Tours in partnership with the Wingman and U Matter programs will present a Team Hill Recreation, Travel and Wingman Expo on Nov. 19, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., in the Warrior Health and Fitness Center. Take the opportunity to meet numerous vendors from camping companies, local ski resorts, hotels, skiing and snowmobile adventure businesses, rentals and snowboarding for the outdoor... Read more
Master Sgt. Russell P. Petcoff, Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Office
WASHINGTON -- Current and former Airmen who were involuntarily held on active duty beyond an approved separation or retirement date as a direct result of stop loss between Sept. 11, 2001, and Sept. 30, 2009, may be eligible for a Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay compensation of $500 for each month they were affected. Affected Airmen may start applying for compensation effective now. The 2009 War... Read more
David Kendziora, Ogden Air Logistics History Office
Early aviators of Utah were among the nation's best. Their achievements and influence helped the Army Air Corps to locate the "Rocky Mountain Air Depot" -- today's Ogden Air Logistics Center -- here in 1940. Through bravery and other extraordinary individual qualities, Utahns helped, and continue to help, advance aviation for the betterment of society. They made substantial contributions to the... Read more
Col. Robert Lindell, Vice commander, 419th Fighter Wing
Every day, you are teaching leadership and ethics, good or bad, to the people around you. We all remember people in our past who were great leaders and the attributes that made them that way. It is up to supervisors and those in leadership positions to pass those lessons on to the next generation through thoughtful and deliberate mentoring. The idea of mentoring is ageless. The term mentor... Read more
Off-base activities are available through Information, Tickets and Travel Office Call 777-3525 for more information on the following activities: Boo at the Zoo -- Hogle Zoo Discount tickets are available for the Boo at the Zoo at Hogle Zoo. ITT ticket costs are $8.25 per adult and $6.25 per child. The event will be held Oct. 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and children 12 years old and under can wear... Read more