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Advance Framing Class, March 17, 5:30 p.m., and March 22, 2:30 p.m., each class will...
Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
It's been 38 years since Shirley Ball retired as a fire inspector from Hill Air Force Base, but the fire hat still fits.
The 96-year-old Kaysville resident retired as a firefighter from Hill in 1972 and hasn't been back to the firehouse since 1977.
Recently members of the base fire department gave him a tour of his old stomping grounds, taking him around the firefighters' living quarters, showing...
The Engineering and Technical Management Award categories and winners have been released following the 2010 E&TM Awards Banquet held Feb. 17.
Ogden Air Logistics Center
Science and Technology AwardsEngineering Achievement: Brian Kemp, 309th Maintenance WingManufacturing Technology: Richard H. Crowther, 309th MXWResearch Manager: John Jusko, OO-ALC Engineering Directorate
Test and Evaluation...
75th Air Base Wing Yearly Award Winners
Senior Airman Tchaikovsky J. Crosley75th Security Forces Squadron Airman of the Year 2009
Staff Sgt. Benjamin M. Wilhelm775th Civil Engineer SquadronNon-Commissioned Officer of the Year 2009
Senior Master Sgt. Christopher T. Burroughs75th Logistics Readiness SquadronSenior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year 2009
Capt. Nathan M. Coyle75th Operations...
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times correspondent
The Hill Air Force Base Rod and Gun Club held its 10th Concealed Firearms course Feb. 23 with more than 50 people in attendance and approximately 100 people on a waitlist to attend.
The popularity of the course, which is certified through the State of Utah Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Identification, could be linked to the fact that more than 32 states and certain countries...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
Having trouble passing your Physical Training test? Do you want to improve your current PT score? Come to the 6 a.m. Fitness Improvement Program Workout, Monday through Thursday in the Bubble for a half-hour class. The class incorporates every part of the PT test in order to help improve scores and gets back to the basics.
The high intensity circuit training workout involves ten stations which...
Air Force News Service
WASHINGTON -- Department of Veterans Affairs officials announced a two-month, nationwide advertising campaign Feb. 22 to assist student veterans and service members applying for the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
"VA, student veterans and our schools have made significant progress in implementing the GI Bill this spring, but we still have more to do," said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki. "We...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
The finer points of being a great baby sitter were reviewed after answering an introduction question about why a group of young students had chosen to attend an all-day Feb. 20 class at the Youth Center. Susan Smith-Parry, Northern Utah Red Cross safety and health instructor, introduced herself to the nine students prepared to be informed about safety and other such things as what foods are...
Aaron Clark, 388th Fighter Wing historian
On Feb. 24, 1969, an eight man crew lifted off in AC-47 "Puff the Magic Dragon," call sign "Spooky 71," at Bien Hoa Air Base on a routine combat night patrol mission over the Saigon region. Little did this crew know that a lowly Airman loadmaster on board would save their lives and become a significant part of the enlisted and U.S. Air Force heritage forever. Airman 1st Class John L. Levitow was...
Lt. Col. Bill Lyons, 419th Fighter Wing Operations Group commander
We're all aware of the changes coming on line for the Air Force fitness program. Some of those changes are important and required. I've always agreed with the development of the fitness program as a way to entice (or coerce) Air Force personnel to live healthier lifestyles, acknowledging the benefits of fitness -- longevity, reduced health care costs, a sharper image. Many specialties within the...