Lisa Daniel, American Forces Press Service
May 17, 2012
WASHINGTON -- Service members and their families will be able to enter all of America's national parks free of charge for a year under an initiative announced May 15.The pass -- the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Annual Pass, which normally costs $80 -- will become available to service members and their dependents on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 19.Interior... Read more
Jennica Semons, 75th Public Affairs Office
May 17, 2012
Master Sgt. Chi L. Swanson was recently awarded the Air Force Sergeant's Association, Exemplary Service Award, for her outstanding performance as both a member of the organization and her duties as a career assistance advisor at Hill AFB. Swanson specializes in providing career advisement and guidance for enlisted members in areas such as retraining, special duties, commissioning and Palace Chase... Read more
Tech. Sgt. Jess D. Harvey, Air Force Public Affairs Agency
May 17, 2012
WASHINGTON -- Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Phil Breedlove and his counterparts from the Army, Navy and Marine Corps testified May 10 before members of the Senate Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support about U.S. military readiness in light of recent budget cuts. In his opening statement, Breedlove pointed out that the American people are fully aware that the nation has been at war... Read more
Brian P. Smith, TriWest Healthcare Alliance
May 17, 2012
Bumps, cuts and bruises are all part of any kid's life.Dealing with deployments and multiple moves and school changes are all part of a military kid's life. As a parent, you strive for consistency. You want safety and happiness. But what do you do when your family gets bumped, cut and bruised along the way?Adapting is a big part of being a military family. Change happens. These changes can be... Read more
Katina L. Ventura, Hilltop Times Staff
May 17, 2012
American heroes act in powerful ways for those who have no power. The 9/11 Remembrance Grant allowed Hill AFB to create a powerful partnership with United Way to support the heroes inside the gates as well as those outside; its neighbors.On May 11, Samuel Morgan Elementary School in Kaysville celebrated Heroes' Day with a reading in the library, deployment briefings and a special honor guard flag... Read more
May 17, 2012
Official winners in the top three spots for men's and women's overall are as follows:Men's Official Top 31st, David McAlhany, 1:34.16; 2nd, Richard Barber, 1:34.44; 3rd, Terrell Lewis, 1:36.20Women's Official Top 31st, Becky Burnett, 1:38.13; 2nd, Elizabeth Jones, 1:47.09; 3rd, Elizabeth Stauder, 1:50.36Men's DivisionAustin Stevens, 1:30.23, no age division, same-day entrantRandy Thomas, 1:32.42... Read more
May 17, 2012
Exercise and AgingHeld Thursday, May 17, from 11 a.m. to noon in Building 533 (Health and Wellness Center): Join the group for information on an exercise program that is fit for older adults.Blood Pressure EducationHeld Thursday, May 24 from 11 a.m.-noon in Building 533 (HAWC)Come learn what you can do to lower your blood pressure.Asthma & AllergiesHeld Wednesday, May 30 from 11 a.m. -noon in... Read more
Andrea V. Mason, 388th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
May 10, 2012
A 388th Fighter Wing pilot ejected safely from his malfunctioning F-16 fighter jet Friday morning, May 3, during a flight over western Utah's Test and Training Range. At the time of the accident there was one person on board. The pilot successfully ejected and was evaluated by medical personnel. Emergency response teams from Hill Air Force Base responded immediately to the accident. Col. Scott... Read more
Katina L. Ventura, Hilltop Times Staff
May 10, 2012
Tony Angelico, director of the Hill AFB Hubbard Golf Course is honored as he reflects on the proud history of awards and accolades the course has consistently received. In March, Hubbard was named as the most outstanding golf program out of the entire Air Force, competing with 66 bases. This is the second time the Hubbard Golf Course has received this award; they first received it in 2009.Hubbard... Read more
419th Fighter Wing, Public Affairs
May 10, 2012
More than 100 community members attended Air Force hearings in Layton and Ogden May 1-2 outlining the Draft F-35A Operational Basing Environmental Impact Statement. A third public hearing took place in Wendover, Nev., on May 3.The hearings offered local residents the opportunity to learn more about the proposal to name Hill AFB as one of two preferred locations for the initial basing of the F-35... Read more

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