On Sept. 10, Hill's Burger King will be celebrating its grand reopening with a ribbon cutting, prize drawings and tons of brand new features at 10 a.m.
Burger King, which is now open for normal business hours, underwent extensive renovations during the year which included the installation of energy efficient and Energy Star appliances, modifications to ensure wheelchair accessibility and beautification.
SALT LAKE CITY -- On Feb. 12, more than 250 engineers, family and friends gathered at the Clark Planetarium to attend the Utah Engineers Council's 2010 awards banquet. The banquet kicked off Engineers Week 2010 with dining, awards and a speaker, Kent V Rominger -- an ATK vice president and a former astronaut.
Hill Air Force Base engineering leaders won both of the top awards targeting engineering professionals within the state. There were five major awards announced, three reserved for recognizing educators and students. Lt.
The Chiefs Recognition Candlelight Ceremony honoring the 2010 newly selected chief master sergeants was held Feb. 12 at Club Hill.
The ceremony recognized six Team Hill honorees and their hard work, dedication, loyalty and sacrifice as they achieved the highest enlisted rank in the Air Force. The ceremony also included guest speaker Chief Master Sgt. Tammy Elliott, 20th Air Force Command Chief at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo.
"Being a chief, you are now a leader," said Chief Master Sgt. David Nordel, 75th Air Base Wing Command Chief.
TRANSIT CENTER AT MANAS, Kyrgyzstan -- He eats, he sleeps, he plays, and sometimes he works, but it's not really work. It's a dog's life.
Arek is a military working dog who's seen it all and still lives to tear apart squeaky toys. And just like some military service members, one of the only things he's really scared of is ... mice.
"He doesn't really like gunshots or explosions either," admitted his handler, Staff Sgt. Patrick Lau, who's deployed with Arek from Hill Air Force Base.
Personnel officials are seeking applicants for a collateral duty position -- Federal Women's Program Manager (Announcement No. FWP 01-10 ). The position closes Feb. 18. As a collateral duty position, the employee will perform the duty in addition to regularly assigned responsibilities. Duties with the position should constitute 20 percent of assigned duty time. For information or to apply for the position, contact Sara Barker at (801) 586-6669 or email@example.com.
Personnel officials are seeking applicants for a collateral duty position -- Black Employment Program Manager (Announcement No. BEP 01-10). The position closes Feb. 18. As a collateral duty position, the employee will perform the duty in addition to regularly assigned responsibilities. Duties with the position should constitute 20 percent of assigned duty time. For information or to apply for the position, contact Sara Barker at (801) 586-6669 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early in "Whiteout," a murder mystery set in a South Pole research station, a federal marshal played by Kate Beckinsale strips down and takes a shower.
Why? No particular reason. But enjoy it while you can, fellas. She'll spend the rest of the film in a parka.
That scene makes about as much sense as anything else in Dominic Sena's thriller.
Beckinsale plays Carrie Stetko, who requested this remote, easy assignment after a particularly ugly on-the-job incident.
The Hill Officers' Spouses' Club, a nonprofit private organization, raises funds throughout the year to sponsor welfare projects at Hill Air Force Base and its surrounding communities. The Hill OSC will stage its largest fundraiser of the year, Two Deuces Casino Night, on March 19 at Club Hill. Proceeds from this event will fund scholarships for local military and Department of Defense dependents.
Dr. Krista Dana, HOSC Scholarships Coordinator, explains, "This initiative provides tangible recognition of our community's most outstanding students.
The Hill Chiefs' Group will be hosting their annual Chiefs Recognition Candlelight Ceremony, honoring the 2010 newly selected chief master sergeants, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m., at Club Hill. Military attire will be mess dress or semi-formal, Civilian attire will be dinner dress or coat and tie.
Please contact Chief Master Sgt. Mark Lafayette at (801) 777-5217 for further information.