Jerry Bovee, Weber State’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, presents the game ball to Col. Ryan Britton, Director of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center ICBM Systems Directorate, on Feb. 28 at the Dee Events Center. The university honored Hill Air Force Base during its men’s basketball game with Idaho State.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The 75th Civil Engineer Group Housing Flight and Boyer Hill Military Housing at Hill Air Force Base received several Air Force Materiel Command Professional Housing Management Association awards recently — most notably, the Outstanding Housing Installation Team of the Year. The team also won the Air Force Professional Housing Management Association Award.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The 2015 AFLCMC Engineering Frederick T. Rall Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award was recently presented to Michael Hackett, A-10 Chief Engineer, A-10 Aircraft Division at Hill Air Force Base.
The Air Force Sustainment Center announced last week its outstanding performers. Five of Hill Air Force Base’s own Airmen took home honors.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group’s C-130 team recently shattered its aircraft delivery performance record by delivering an aircraft in 107 flow days.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Airman’s Medal for a heroic act outside a combat situation was awarded to Master Sgt. Gregory Bartel, specialist flight chief for the 419th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, here today.
Hill recently honored an engineer for his energy saving efforts, an Air Force priority. Trent Tholen, an electrical engineer and senior project manager assigned to the 309th Maintenance Support Squadron, took positive, specific actions to ensure improved working conditions and energy savings could be achieved simultaneously.
The 388th and 419th Maintenance Groups honored their top performers March 9 in Hangar 37. Nearly 45 awards were presented including individual and crew awards.
The keynote speaker was Maj. Gen. H. Brent Baker Sr., commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, who addressed more than 500 attendees.
“We couldn’t do what we do without the support of the families,” the general said as he thanked the spouses and community leaders for their continued support.
LAYTON -- Nearly 500 people attended the 419th Fighter Wing's Outstanding Airman of the Year awards banquet Feb. 25, as military members, families and community supporters gathered to honor the wing's top performers.
Attendees heard from guest speaker Phil Taylor, artist and founder of The American Fallen Soldiers Project, which was formed to help provide comfort and healing to mourning families of fallen military men and women.
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --- The Air Force selected four winners for the Air Force's productivity and excellence awards recently.
The awards recognize individuals or groups that provide resource-saving improvements to the Air Force.
The Air Force Exceptional Innovator Award recognizes outstanding Air Force innovators who contributed to continual performance improvement through the Air Force Innovative Development through Employee Awareness Program, commonly known as the IDEA Program. One individual was selected for the award out of seven nominations.