Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
One of this year's international Combined Federal Campaign "hero" award winners, 2nd Lt. Kyle Clements, 748th Supply Chain Management Group, was honored in Washington, D.C., in a recent ceremony honoring the various CFC volunteers from around the world for their efforts.Clements, who was the Intermountain CFC level award winner was selected by a CFC Awards Committee comprised of federal... Read more
Hilltop Times staff
On Friday, Sept. 9, the Team Hill Round-Up Fundraiser, produced by an all-volunteer team, will welcome ticketholders to a Western-themed silent and live auction to be held at Club Hill. Ticket price includes dinner, dancing and great items for bid.Western wear is welcomed and dress is informal. Admittance includes a dinner of smoked brisket, Southwestern macaroni and cheese, a vegetable station,... Read more
Army & Air Force Exchange Service Public Affairs
Dreams of a greener tomorrow can become a reality today with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service's introduction of new recycling kiosks at Hill, located at the West Gate Service Station, Building 1210 and at the Express Building 420.The computerized kiosks recycle empty drink cans and plastic bottles into points Airmen can redeem for select merchandise and discounts or even donate to charity.... Read more
Freeze the Gain class schedule"Lose Your Excuse: Tips for a Healthy Holiday"Thursday, Nov. 17, Building 1289 (Main Conference. Room) 1 p.m.-2 p.m.Monday, Nov. 21, Building 100 (Ray Close Conference Room) 11 a.m.-noonNov. 29, Building 533 (Health and Wellness Center) 11 a.m.-noonNov. 30, Building 847 (Training Room) 11 a.m.-noonDec. 1, Building 849 (Ross Marshall Conference Room) 10 a.m.-11 a.m.... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
The spirit of the holidays was in large supply in a kitchen area of the Hill Airman and Family Readiness Center recently as an early morning effort began at 6 a.m. and continued through the late morning.While no sight of a red furry cap or anyone carrying a red bag full of gifts crying, "Ho, ho, ho," could be spied anywhere the spirit of giving was nonetheless clearly at work as a room full of... Read more
All indications were that the timeline for the next step in bringing two F-35 squadrons to Hill continued to move forward. Barbara Fisher, chief of environmental affairs, confirmed the environmental impact statement results were scheduled to be released sometime in January."We currently don't know when the public hearings will be held for Hill," she said, "but we anticipate there will be four (... Read more
2nd Lt. Kelly Sampson, 75th Medical Group
The 75th Medical Group will begin its second renovation project in February 2012 with an estimated completion date of Aug. 17. The following areas are included: Family Medicine, Records, Health Management, Education and Training, Public Health and the public corridors. The current project will provide required functional space to support outpatient healthcare as well as modernize public spaces... Read more
The application window for the current VERA/VSIP for employees serviced by Hill AFB is coming to a close. Applications will only be accepted until Jan. 24, through the VERA/VSIP Interactive Program web site (https://wbhill03.hill.afmc.ds.af.mil/vera_vsip/). VERA/VSIP offers are anticipated to be sent the week of Jan. 30, and the employees approved for VERA/VSIP are expected to be off the... Read more
JASEN ASAY, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
Before explaining the importance of the base's new F-22 heavy maintenance facility, which was unveiled Jan. 12, Rep. Rob Bishop wondered aloud how long it would take to fill the 96,000-square-foot area with foam.According to Col. Allan Day, 309th Maintenance Wing Commander, the answer is close to 90 seconds."It wouldn't go all the way to the ceiling," Day said of foam that would be dispensed from... Read more
Bill Orndorff, 309th Maintenance Wing
This is Part 3 of a four-part series involving the four members of the Team Hill community who won the Ogden ALC 2012 AFA Outstanding Air Force Civilian Employees of the Year award.Since last August, Josh Tiffner has had what he considers "a really good eye opening experience."When a first-line supervisor moved on to another job, Tiffner not only stayed in his job as a C-130 crew chief in the... Read more

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