Effective housekeeping on the job can eliminate some workplace hazards and help get a job done safely and properly.
The most effective weapon in the flu fight is an annual vaccination and they are now available.
Hill Air Force Base is partnering with the Davis County Health Department to make it easier for the base’s civilian employees to receive the flu vaccine during a series of on-base clinics from now until mid-November.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Being resilient not only helps improve health and well being, it also helps you face stress and changes in life.
This year’s Community Outreach/Resiliency Expo will have more than 90 vendors dedicated to helping the physical and mental wellness of event-goers.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — For 20 years, Cacey Dyson has kept her story hidden, hoping to escape the trauma of her past, but has learned there is no escaping the lifelong effects of domestic violence.
Airman Taylor Fillman, 388th Maintenance Group staff, was recognized by the Hill Air Force Base First Sergeants Council for her work as a Maintenance Scheduler in the documentation section of Plans, Scheduling and Documentation.
Even before he was assigned to command the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Brig. Gen. Carl Buhler was impressed with the aircraft maintenance performed here.
As director of Logistics for Headquarters Pacific Air Forces at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, Buhler saw maintainers installing F-16 wings that had been repaired at the Ogden ALC.
WASHINGTON — Just as Airmen broke the sound barrier and pioneered new paths to space, Airmen will pioneer new ways to prevent sexual assault in the Air Force.
Author Stephen Covey described a principle he called the 90/10 principle. Ten percent of life is made up of what happens to you. Ninety percent of life is decided by how you react.
We really have no control over 10 percent of what happens to us. We cannot stop the car from breaking down and the plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole schedule off.
Patients that fail to show up for their medical appointments cost real time and money and prevent other patients from securing the appointments they need.
OGDEN — Most Weber State University students never had to practice nuclear war “duck-and-cover” drills in school like Rose Gottemoeller remembers so vividly.