Ed Delker, Office of the Inspector General OO-ALC Gatekeeper
September 8, 2011
This is part three in a series of articles from Hill Air Force Base Inspector General office on the problem solving model.In the previous articles we looked at problems solving for the first five steps of the process. Now we will look at the remaining steps, but first here are some key things to keep in mind.A concise document is extremely valuable for problem solving. Answering what is the... Read more
Senior Airman Shanell Granger, 75th Security Forces Squadron
September 8, 2011
Crosswalk awareness is a public awareness and knowledge of laws governing the use of crossing roads. A crosswalk or pedestrian crossing is a designated point on a road at which some means are employed to assist pedestrians wishing to cross.Security forces advise vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle users to acknowledge and to be aware of their responsibilities of new and current crosswalks around... Read more
September 8, 2011
Beginning at 9 p.m. on Sept. 16, run around the duck pond trail in the cool, night air. Prizes for top three competitors to finish closest to their predicted time -- sign up at the Warrior Fitness Center with your time. Read more
September 8, 2011
As Mike Moore calmly assisted the wounded and dying following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the Pentagon, he faced many ironic, sobering and at times, unbelievable situations.PanicMoore led close to 20 survivors out of the burning building, finally coming to two exit doors that let a small amount of daylight into the smoky building. As they headed for the door, they heard a "thundering... Read more
September 8, 2011
We asked Team Hill members a number of questions about Sept. 11: about where they were, their reactions, how it changed their lives and if the demise of Osama bin Laden has changed anything.Sue Berchtold, 809th Maintenance Support Squadron Science and Engineering Lab: I was at home, unemployed. Normally I would not have turned on the news but my daughter-in-law who worked at IRS, said, "They sent... Read more
September 8, 2011
FRIDAY, SEPT. 9 A documentary film, "9/12: From Chaos To Community," will be presented by the Salt Lake County Library system at the Columbus Library, 2530 S. 500 East, in Salt Lake City, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This award-winning documentary tells the story of a group of New Yorkers who volunteer at ground zero and their relationships as they transcend politics to heal their city, their country and... Read more
1st Lt. Christine Kemnitz, 75th Comptroller Squazdron, Financial Services Officer
September 8, 2011
Effective immediately, personal use of the CSA (Controlled Spend Account) is no longer authorized. This new policy applies to all military and non-bargaining civilians. All bargaining civilians still fall under previous policy.What does this mean to you? The CSA will still be used for expenses incurred while performing official travel. Food, lodging, taxi fees and airfare, just to name a few, are... Read more
Workforce Analysis and Policy Branch Manpower, Personnel & Training
September 8, 2011
The Ogden Air Logistics Center Leadership Development and Utilization (LDU) Program was first launched 1 October 2010 to ensure OO-ALC had a cadre of multi-functional managers ready for increased responsibilities and to provide career broadening opportunities for civilians in grade GS13-GS15.Despite some growing pains and the recent hiring controls, the LDU Program's first year was quite... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
September 8, 2011
Aumberlee Davis has spent much of the past year and a half of her life dealing with things most kids her age can't imagine.The 9-year-old Layton resident and Heritage Elementary School fourth-grader was diagnosed with leukemia in February 2010.Since her diagnosis she's gone to countless doctor appointments, seen the inside of too many hospital rooms and endured months of chemotherapy treatment.... Read more
Senior Airman LaTanya Reid, 2nd Combat Camera Squadron
September 8, 2011
More than a year ago, military working dog Marco did what many service members hope to do someday -- retire.However, as Marco is 14 years old -- equivalent to a 98-year-old man -- his adopted family is making preparations for his future hoping they will be allowed to honor Marco for his service as a veteran.Tech. Sgt. Nathan Stull, 446th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler and... Read more

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In the Know Blood drive set for April 17 on baseThe next Hill Air Force Base... more