New flashing yellow arrows to be added to some traffic lights throughout Northern Utah
Drivers using the intersection of U.S. 89 and Skyline Drive in South Ogden should be aware that a new kind of traffic signal will be installed this week.
This is the first signal of its kind in Utah that will use a flashing yellow arrow at intersections where green arrows and circular green signal lights were...
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- What does MyAirForceLife.com have in common with YouTube, the world's most popular online video community?
Like YouTube, MyAirForceLife.com accepts video clips, allowing the global community to watch, share, and vote on videos online.
What's different is visitors to MyAirForceLife.com have an opportunity to participate in exciting competitions where they can win...
Jordan Reime, American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON -- Defense Department officials are working with the U.S. Census Bureau to ensure that all military personnel are accounted for in the 2010 Census, a defense official said March 19.
All service members and their families, whether stationed domestically or overseas, must be counted and attributed to their proper place of residence, said Mary Dixon, director of the Defense Manpower Data...
Steve Salles, Standard-Examiner movie critic
Admittedly, I was bit concerned "The Blind Side" was going to be another one of those look-what-the-nice-rich-white-people-did-for-the-poor-black-kid kind of movie.
But it turned out to be a lot more than that -- and in a rather substantial way.
Based on a true story (no, really this time), it's about Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock), a feisty Southern belle who pretty much gets her own way....
Bryan MagaÃ±a was selected as Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs entry-level civilian of the year. He is assigned to the 419th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office. MagaÃ±a reinvigorated the 419th FW's public Web site and consistently exceeded AFRC article publication goals. He voluntarily attended monthly unit training assemblies to broaden his knowledge and scope of understanding of Air...
CCIP Program Office
The Common Configuration Implementation Program, or CCIP (pronounced C-Sip) as it is commonly known, is the largest modification program ever undertaken on the Falcons. A CCIP rollout ceremony Friday, March 26, in the 309th Flight Test Building 233 will be held at 1 p.m. to mark the occasion. All flight line personnel, 508th Aircraft Sustainment Wing members, 416th Supply Chain Management...
Debra R. Bingham, Defense Supply Center Richmond Public Affairs
The overall success of a business initiative starts with the human factor, especially when it means change for employees. Air Force Col. Vic Wager understands clearly the importance of communicating change and engaging stakeholders in the process.
Wager is the director of Aviation Customer Operations at Defense Supply Center Richmond, Va., Defense Logistics Agency's aviation demand and supply...
Airman 1st Class Melissa Dearstone, 75th Public Affairs Office
Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Dorko, Deputy Commanding General for military and international operations at the headquarters of U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, visited Team Hill on March 2.
The purpose of his visit was to meet with Team Hill project leaders and workers and to see the constructions sites that are being worked on and developed.
"Our relationship with Hill Air Force Base is really good, and this...
Hill Views: Is there anything your organization does to accommodate the OREs?
LeeAnne HinshawFront Desk Clerk at Child Development Center"We have extended duty hours from March 22 through March 26. We are open from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m."
Airman 1st Class Audry Akelkok75th Medical Group"The Medical Group is open normal duty hours."
Roger HessHillcrest Dining Facility supervisor"The Hillcrest Dining...
Chief Master Sgt. David R. Nordel, Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing command chief
I am writing this news article, which it hurts to have to write.
Since my arrival two months ago, we have been fighting drug use issues, so I thought I'd share with you an update.
This week we sent the first of the many soon-to-come Airmen out of the Air Force and off the installation as a civilian for the use of Spice. This one was sent away with a less-than-honorable discharge.
So Spice is the...