Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
With phase two scheduled to begin the end of this month, the 75th Medical Group facility will be coordinating several changes in its lobby. The Optometry Clinic will move into its renovated space, the Family Medicine Clinic will move to its new location and access to the dental area will come through the entryway near the Family Medicine Clinic.Among the major changes anticipated in September are... Read more
Katie Christian, 419th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UTAH -- Life as an Air Force Reservist comes with many challenges for Airmen as well as their families. Those challenges are all too familiar for spouses of the Airmen in the 419th Fighter Wing's Civil Engineer Squadron. While trying to figure out how to balance family, work and military responsibilities, facing a deployment is one of the most stressful events for a reservist... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
On base and off base efforts will fuse into one gigantic launch for the Combined Federal Campaign as Hill Air Force Base joins with the Intermountain CFC on Oct. 14.The Hill Aerospace Museum will be the site where 50 charities -- out of a multitude of many more -- will line the Lindquist Gallery with booths to distribute information, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Motivational speaker Meg Johnson will address... Read more
Jamie Lampros, Standard-Examiner correspondent
LAYTON -- A film depicting the growing problem of prescription drug abuse will be shown on the Davis campus of Weber State University."Happy Valley" will be shown at 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29."Utah currently leads the nation in prescription drug abuse," said Dr. E. Dean Flanders, a Davis County general surgeon."It's a common problem that affects many of us. As I went to my friends to solicit... Read more
Catherine McNally, Hilltop Times Staff
222 "I think the average weight gain over the holidays is seven pounds," she added. By registering for the campaign, participants not only vow to keep those seven pounds away, they also make it their goal to maintain their current weight.Through Nov. 13, participants will weigh in at the table near the fitness center front desk, plus do another weigh-in to monitor their progress mid-way through... Read more
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- As part of a continuing Air Force initiative to provide on-site civilian personnel recruitment support, the Air Force Personnel Center will stand up an operating location at Hill Air Force Base on Tuesday, Feb. 1. This is the third of five AFPC OLs to support commanders and missions at the Air Force Large Civilian Centers."AFPC will continue to work jointly with... Read more
Master Sgt. Alan Braden, 88th Force Support Squadron
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Growing up in foster homes left me with few educational opportunities and options. Struggling to find work, I enlisted in the Air Force in February 1996 and began my career at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C.I was eager to learn and get in school, but I found that many noncommissioned officers said, "You don't need a degree" and "Be an Airman, not a... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
The 388th Fighter Wing recognized its best at an annual awards banquet Jan. 29. Nine 388th FW members and one squadron were honored. All those so honored will be advanced to the 12th Air Force Outstanding Performer of the Year selection process except volunteer of the year. Any performer selected at that level will then advance to the Air Combat Command level and then be under consideration for... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
A team of Hill Fighter pilots is going vertical, albeit on the ground instead of in the air, to help local youths. Capt. Pete Johnson, Capt. Jason Clugston, Maj. Tim Cole and Capt. Derek Cole -- all fighter pilots from the 421st Fighter Squadron -- will be competing in the fourth annual Bob Aamodt Inc. Vertical Challenge at the Snowbasin ski resort March 1.The event is sponsored by Farmington... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
More than 66 years after it happened, Paul Sersland has been recognized for his heroic actions during World War II.The Layton resident was honored Feb. 25 at the Hill Aerospace Museum with a Distinguished Flying Cross Medal.The award was presented by Maj. Gen. Andrew Busch, Ogden Air Logistics Center commander, and former U.S. Sen. Robert Bennett before a large crowd at the museum's Lindquist-... Read more

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