Barbara Fisher, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
Hill Air Force Base's water supply got high marks in a soon-to-be published Consumer Confidence Report -- a yearly "report card" that discusses the quality of the base's drinking water system.
The 75th Aerospace Medicine Squadron's Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight will publish the report for Hill AFB by July 1. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires all drinking water system...
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times Staff
The U.S. Air Force men's and women's volleyball team took the gold medals in the floor games at the 2010 Armed Forces Volleyball Championship held at Marine Corps Air Station in Cherry Point, N.C., May 3-11.
"It feels good to say that we are the champions of the Armed Forces tournament," said the Air Force team's head coach Maj. John Napier, from Northern Arizona University's Air Force Reserve...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
A change in the leave policy for Airmen returning from deployments in the Area of Responsibility has been clarified recently. The policy which curtailed returning troops from stopping off to visit friends and family on the way back to home stations while within the continental United States has been lifted.
In a memo from Air Force Material Command headquarters dated May 12 and signed by Lt. Gen...
Gas prices are creeping back up, and interest is rising in Hill Air Force Base van pools.
Sandi Barker, program manager for the Mass Transportation Benefit Program at Hill Air Force Base said that the number of riders she has signed up has slightly outpaced the number of riders leaving. With warmer weather approaching, she normally expects to see ridership slightly down due to some trading their...
Tim Molnar, 508th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, took first place, and Dan Kerns, 84th Combat Sustainment Wing, took second, in the first Hill Air Force Base marathon. Molnar's time of 1 hour 30 minutes 20 seconds, was commendable as the day was chilly and conditions a bit on the brisk side. "The last hill was tough," Molnar said. He quickly pointed out that his soon-to-be in the same squadron...
Utah Department of Transportation officials have announced maintenance work projects on Interstate 15 will begin on weekends starting June 3 and lasting for four weeks.
Be advised that the following I-15 bridges will be under repair:
•Roy 5600 South interchange
•The bridge over the Union Pacific railroad tracks (just south of 5600 South in Roy)
•Clearfield 700 South interchange
Paul Ashcraft, Ogden Air Logistics Center Wingman Advocate
As part of the Air Force family, we belong to a unique culture with fixed standards and high expectations. Now imagine reading this headline "Airman in deadly DUI crash could have called for ride, Air Force says." To avoid this type of senseless tragedy please consider some thoughts on responsible drinking.
While some of the consequences for the irresponsible use of alcohol are clear, some are...
Mondays and Thursdays at 4 p.m. Punch Pass $20 for eight Jazzercise classes. $4 a session
Wednesdays at 10:30 a..m., and Fridays at 10 a.m. Punch Pass $45 for 10 Zumba classes, $5 a session
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 p.m. Punch Pass $25 for five yoga classes, $6 a session
Mondays and Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. Punch Pass $30 for 10 X-...
The Harlem Ambassadors will be on the basketball court at the Fitness Center on May 27. The group will show off their high-flying slam dunks, dazzling ball-handling tricks and comedy routines.
They will begin the show at 7 p.m. in a free performance that is open to anyone with base access.
The appearance is being hosted by the Hill Air Force Base Youth Program.
For more information call (801) 777...
Frank Barker, Safety Specialist 309th MXW/QPE
I've heard some grumblings about the Voluntery Protection Program.
I understand your complaint.
Who am I to ask you to be careful? You don't want to wear a helmet? That's your right.
Don't want to wear a seatbelt? Fine with me. You can jump out of an airplane without a chute if you want to. After all VPP is voluntary right?
The corporate answer (and the one you may not like) is that the Secretary...