LifeTimes

Steve Salles, Hilltop Times Staff
June 12, 2014
Admittedly, Liam Neeson is making a comfortable living these days snarling at potential suspects, breaking a few heads and pointing a gun at almost everybody — and for some reason, we can’t get enough.This time, the only thing “Taken” is Liam’s desire and propensity to shoot first and ask questions later. After all, he is U.S. Federal Air Marshal Bill Marks, assigned to a trans-Atlantic flight... Read more
Team Hill Public Affairs staff, Hilltop Times Staff
June 5, 2014
The Wasatch Chapter of AFCEA (Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association) will present Women in IT — Effective Women in Leadership in the Technology Industry, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 12 at The Landing.Several Utah women in senior positions will be presenting and topics include lessons they’ve learned over their careers, what they would do differently and where the local IT... Read more
Chad Myler, CHPS Health Promotion Specialist
June 5, 2014
Have you ever wondered what is truly behind the number you see when you step on a scale? Understanding what one’s body composition is can help with overall health and well-being rather than focusing primarily on that weight number. Healthy body composition is more than just looking and feeling good. Improving one’s health is both an internal (checking regularly cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood... Read more
April 17, 2014
  On Saturday, May 17, Armed Forces Day, the Morgan County Pilot’s Association and the Airport Advisory Board will be sponsoring the 4th annual Veteran’s Recognition Day beginning at 10 a.m. at the Morgan County Airport, 5000 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Mountain Green to recognize and honor all veterans from all branches of service.The Pilot’s Association invites all citizens and veterans... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Hilltop Times Staff
April 17, 2014
 OGDEN — City officials here say a specific employment sector that has already created thousands of jobs in Ogden is set for another spike, but connecting job-seekers to those jobs will take a massive effort.Enter the “Customer Service Career Fair” which will be held later this month by Ogden city and a host of other community organizations.Several local employers — all advertising current... Read more
Jennica Semon, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
April 17, 2014
 Early Sunday morning, as a brisk breeze flowed through Weber canyon, rifles fired and Taps sounded the empty Hill Air Force Base airfield, in honor of one our nation’s heroes; Lt. Col. Edison Phillips Janney. The commemoration was held to grant Janney’s last wish; for his ashes to be spread across an Air Force runway.A native of Salt Lake City, Janney served 23 years in the military. While... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Hilltop Times Staff
April 17, 2014
 HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The United States is planning to remove 50 missiles from its arsenal to comply with an arms treaty with Russia, but if those missiles ever need to be brought back into service, the Department of Defense will be able to find them at Hill Air Force Base.Earlier this week, the Pentagon announced it would keep its current stash of 450 land-based missiles, but remove 50... Read more
Derek Kaufman, 88th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
April 10, 2014
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — Air Force researchers and life cycle management experts plan to elevate collaboration with industry to a whole new level during a series of meetings April 16-18.The Aero Enterprise Dialogue with Industry is an opportunity for industry to gain insight into Air Force technology needs and near-term acquisition and sustainment requirements. The event will take... Read more
Dana Rimington, Standard-Examiner correspondent
April 10, 2014
 CLEARFIELD — Clearfield City may be nearly imperceptible on a national map, but last weekend, hundreds of CyberPatriot teams knew just where the city is located when the Clearfield High School CyberPatriot team became the national champions for the CyberPatriot IV 2014 High School, All Service Division. After competing in a grueling day with computer network, cyber defense and security... Read more
Mitch Shaw, Hilltop Times Staff
April 10, 2014
 The Department of Defense is continuing with its push for another BRAC round.On Wednesday, John C. Conger, acting deputy undersecretary of defense for installations, told a subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee in Washington that a Base Realignment and Closure round is the best way for the DoD to keep pace with the continual slashing of the defense budget.“The budget... Read more