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419th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
June 26, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Senior Airman Jessica Kopecko is a customer support journeyman in the 419th Force Support Squadron. She makes ID cards, helps people update their marriage information, and assists with an array of personnel actions. She joined the Air Force Reserve after three years on active duty so she could pursue a career caring for horses while still serving in the military. Public... Read more
Barbara Fisher, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
June 26, 2014
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Monday to recognize the construction completion of a new Satellite Pharmacy that will be located in the Base Exchange here.The new pharmacy will open for business July 21 and will dispense all refills and process all off-base prescriptions including those faxed in from off base doctors. Refills called in by 5 p.m. will be ready for pick-up the following business... Read more
Barbara Fisher, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
June 26, 2014
As Col. Kathryn L. Kolbe relinquishes command of the 75th Air Base Wing to her successor, Col. Ronald E. Jolly, Sr., on July 2 she will also end a 24-year Air Force career that has taken her from her hometown in Pennsylvania to Kansas to Texas and to Washington D.C. and overseas to Korea, Japan, Italy, Germany and Iraq.Her final stop here at Hill AFB ended up being her longest stay in one place,... Read more
Bryon Saxton, Hilltop Times Staff
June 26, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Like the late Ed Sullivan, the Hill team is expecting a really big show next week, with half a million visitors expected to attend the two-day air show and open house.Air Force Maj. Kris Long, coordinator of the 2014 “Warriors Over the Wasatch: Power of Airmen” open house and air show set for June 28-29, on Wednesday provided the Davis Council of Governments a short briefing... Read more
Dana Rimington, Hilltop Times Correspondent
June 19, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Many students in Top of Utah are discovering too late they are deficient in core STEM classes when they look at career paths in college.“The graduation requirement is Algebra Two, but that class is a far cry from Calculus, so when kids don’t take those higher level math classes, they get into college and start looking at their class load, and see they are science and math... Read more
Hilltop Times staff
June 19, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Utah Transit Authority is offering service to Hill Air Force Base’s Warriors Over the Wasatch Air Show on Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29. This air show features the U.S. Army’s Golden Knights Parachute team, thrilling air performances from civilian and military pilots, and of course, the dives, spins and precision formations of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Hilltop Times Staff
June 19, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force will pay Lockheed Martin what could be nearly a half-billion dollars to continue maintaining and developing systems for the Department of Defense’s Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles.The contract was awarded to Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., a division of the Lockheed Martin Corp. based out of Jefferson County, Colorado, and the work... Read more
Dana Rimington, Hilltop Times Correspondent
June 19, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Several women leaders in informational technology met on Thursday to discuss essential lessons they’ve gleaned from their careers and what they would have done differently.Susan Madsen, professor of management at Utah Valley University, told the audience of men and women how crucial it is for women to step into leadership positions.“I think each of us has a role and... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Hilltop Times Staff
June 19, 2014
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Late last week, the Air Force signed a $281.6 million contract with City Light & Power Inc., based in Long Beach, California, to take over all of the electrical utility work at Hill Air Force Base for the next 50 years. The 50-year contract, which was executed by Defense Logistics Agency Energy, privatizes the base’s entire electrical distribution system,... Read more
Sarah Stoll, Hilltop Times Correspondent
June 19, 2014
The 75th Force Support Squadron’s Summer Reading Program kicked off Wednesday, June 11 at the Hill Air Force Base Library. This year’s theme of “Paws to Read” launched with activities for two age groups: 3-7 years and 8-12 years.Airmen Leadership School students stepped up to help out at the event by manning all the games and the grills. Outside of the library, families lined up for... Read more

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