Senior Airman Daniel L. Bartolucci388th Fighter WingAirman of the Year 2009
Staff Sgt. Richard E. Goode388th FWNon-Commissioned Officer of the Year 2009
Senior Master Sgt. Steven C. Loy388th FWSenior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year 2009
1st Lt. Elizabeth A. Taylor388th FWCompany Grade Officer of the Year 2009
John B. Nichols388th FWCategory ICivilian of the Year 2009
Michael T. Crudele388th...
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.
1st Lt. Gina Vaccaro McKeen, Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- High year of tenure rates for most enlisted personnel will return to their previous time lengths, Air Force officials announced recently.
The revised policy means senior Airmen, for example, can serve up to 10 years of total active federal military service instead of 12 years.
High year of tenure is the maximum years of service a member may remain on active duty...
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times staff
The 388th Fighter Wing recently launched a program to sharpen its Airmen, called Project Warrior.
"It's easy for people to completely focus on being a good specialist, or worker, and lose sight of what's truly expected," said Chief Master Sgt. Atticus Smith, 388th FW command chief and developer of Project Warrior, "but we must be Airmen first and specialists second."
To help specialists refocus...
Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau
One of the best ground support aircraft the military has to offer is getting a significant life-span extension at Hill Air Force Base.
The 38-year-old A-10 Thunderbolt II, commonly known as the Warthog, is undergoing procedures at Hill to prolong its service life.
As part of the Air Force's Service Life Extension Program, the close air support plane is receiving wing inspection and repairs that...
The Hill Riding Stables has three openings for horses. This self-help facility is located on the west side of the base
Dues are $90 per month and include up to eight bales of hay.
There are two arenas, two round corrals and 10 paddock areas.
Owners are required to feed their horses twice each day and clean stalls daily.
No rental horses are allowed.
To reserve your stall or for more information,...
Capt. Antonio Leonardi, Public Health
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention division of hygiene suggests that 80 percent of infectious disease is transmitted by touch. The Naval Health Research Center says that washing hands properly five times per day can decrease the incidence of respiratory disease by 45 percent. These are important pieces of information when you consider that the influenza virus can live on a surface for...
Get your DePLAYment Tag Pass Pack today at the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Building 150, (801) 777-4681, and then log onto www.myairforcelife.com to register. Once registered, you may use your tag-pass for discounts and free programs as listed below. Each family member must present his or her tag-pass in order to participate in the activities.
Air Force active duty members...
Senior Airman Jennifer Ferre, 75th Medical Group
It is never too early to care for a child's teeth! Dental health starts at a very early age and properly caring for children's teeth and gums can prevent many dental issues such as cavities and gum disease.
Infants' gums and teeth can be cleaned using a wet washcloth or piece of gauze. A child's first dental visit should coincide with their first birthday. This allows the dentist to look for any...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
Team Hill has lost a key member of the prominent expansion project which has been set to transform the West Gate area to become the Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Development Park. Bruce Evans, chief of the Enhanced Use Lease program management office, died Jan. 29 of cancer. Evans had held the EUL position since May of 2007.
The Enhanced Use Lease program management office, the first of...