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August 11, 2011
FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- The opportunity to purchase retroactive TriCare Young Adult (TYA) coverage expires Sept. 30. Retroactive TYA provides coverage for young adults back to Jan 1, or the day they became eligible if that was after Jan 1.TYA allows eligible adult children to purchase TriCare coverage after their eligibility for "regular" TriCare coverage ends at age 21 (or 23 if enrolled in a full... Read more
Laser Institute of America
August 11, 2011
ORLANDO, Fla. -- No one wishes to see their friends or loved ones lose their eyesight. Precautions are taken daily to protect ourselves from danger. We wear safety glasses when using power tools in the yard or workshop. We watch for others and keep children away from these working areas. By and large, these hazards are recognized and we are taught how to deal with them as part of growing up.Today... Read more
Dan Thomason, 635th employee, 635th SCOW/NSF, Joseph D'Arco, 635th employee, 635th SCOW/NSF
August 11, 2011
On Aug. 1, a mother duck and three ducklings were discovered in the asphalt parking lot near Building 845 Bay F. Several of the Air Force Global Logistics Support Center unit personnel assigned to Hill Air Force Base tried to call Davis County Animal Control and the base veterinarian, only to be told that they could not respond in this situation. Wardleigh Road is a main route available for... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
August 11, 2011
Over the course of the last five years whenever an event at the Hill Historic Mazer Chapel called for that extra touch -- the bells to be rung, Jim "Jimbo" Chastain, Hill Aerospace Museum volunteer, showed up rain or shine. Chastain fulfilled those duties until a month ago due to failing health and advancing age. He died Aug. 2 at the age of 92.The World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army... Read more
August 11, 2011
Ever feel like there is no time to get away during the work day to attend wellness classes? Your problem is solved as Civilian Health Personnel Services presents various nutrition topics in express format during the month of August.Bring your lunch and join the classes on Tuesdays during your lunch break. All classes will be held in Building 533, The Warrior Fitness Center, Health and Wellness... Read more
August 11, 2011
The popular Buffalo Brewfest is back again Aug. 26, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Club Hill. Buy your tickets now to make sure you secure the signature tasting glass as supplies are limited. Buying early also gives you a $3 discount.The early bird ticket price is $12 and includes the event sampling glass and 10 sample tickets. Additional sample tickets will be available for purchase at the event.Tickets... Read more
August 11, 2011
Education Services and Military Training offers free lunch and learns and everyone with access to the base is invited.Purpose of the course is to offer study and test-taking skills. Information is especially helpful for anyone preparing for CDC exams, college level tests and other types of tests. There is no cost but everyone is encouraged to enroll early. Next class is Aug. 31, 8 a.m. to noon... Read more
Anne Morrison, Hilltop Times Staff
August 4, 2011
Last Friday, Hill's surrounding community joined forces to say "Thanks" to U.S. service men and women and their families. The Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee held their 10th annual Salute to our Nation's Defenders Picnic on base at Centennial Park.The event welcomed all active duty, Reserve and Guard personnel along with their families to enjoy an afternoon of live music, food and... Read more
75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
August 4, 2011
The Ogden Raptors professional baseball club will host Hill Air Force Base Appreciation Night on Aug 12 at 7 p.m. at Lindquist Field in Ogden.The night will commence with the Hill AFB honor guard presenting the colors followed by the singing of the national anthem by two of Team Hill's own, Staff Sgt. Korrin Wagar of the 75th Aerospace Medicine Squadron and Dr. Steven Lore, a family physician at... Read more
Alicia Garges, Space and Missile Systems Center Public Affairs
August 4, 2011
LOS ANGELES -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz spoke about the importance of diversity at the NAACP's Annual Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Awards Dinner on July 26.The banquet was one of several events held in Los Angeles in conjunction with the group's annual convention and coincided with the 63rd anniversary of the executive order desegregating the military."As a nation, we... Read more

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