Hill Airmen take F-35 to Alaska for three weeks of training

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Airmen from the active duty 388th and Reserve 419th Fighter Wings are heading north with the F-35A for three weeks of training alongside a variety of other Air Force units at Eielson Air Force Base,…

Hill Aerospace Museum reopened Aug. 5

After temporarily closing in March to protect the health and safety of visitors, staff and volunteers, the Hill Aerospace Museum officially reopened to the public on Aug. 5. Adjusted operating hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4…

Medical Group provides COVID-19 FAQ to assist base members

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The 75th Medical Group has established a COVID-19 Joint Operations Center and Occupational Medicine Services to conduct medical screenings for those in need of COVID-19 screening, testing, quarantine, isolation, contact tracing, return to work determinations,…

Lifetimes

DLA Aviation spotlights Hill AFB employee

RICHMOND, Va. — The Defense Logistics Agency Aviation spotlight shines on Enrique Moreno. He’s a material support technician at DLA Aviation – Ogden.

HAFB Airman delivers security downrange

South Gate traffic to be impacted by construction

(Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the Hilltop Times April 4 and is being republished again to remind readers about the upcoming construction and potential impacts to South Gate traffic.)

In The Know

Around The Hill: NAF Sale; Commanders’ Cup Golf Tournament; Zoom sessions with Jeff Buckholtz

NAF Sale

Around the Hill: Mosquito control; Zoom sessions with Jeff Buckholtz; Free fitness program

Mosquito control

Around the Hill

Hubbard Golf Course Café

Commentary

The reason for remembrance

Very soon, our country will observe Patriot Day, our annual memorial of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that changed our nation.

Leading with positive energy

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas — If we step back and look, everything on Earth is run by energy, including us. This energy acts as fuel and variance of our fuel level can change our emotions. Furthermore, as we walk…

Refusing to be a bystander

GRAND FORKS AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. — A friend of mine seemed in a funk when we were catching up via text a couple years ago. He ended up calling me to tell me how tired, angry and frustrated he…

Gallery

2018 AFSC Commander’s Summit held at Tinker AFB

Airmen participate in flightline run

Shoshone Tribe, Hill AFB share cultural opportunities


Anya Kitterman, Hill Air Force Base Cultural Resource Manager, left, and Patty Timbimboo-Madsen, Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Cultural and Natural Resource Manager, teach tribal children how to make cordage bracelets during an event at Hill AFB, June 21. Such an event provides an opportunity for Hill AFB to partner with a local consulting tribe …

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