After more than four years of leading the 75th Air Base Wing Base Chapel, Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Carl Wright will continue to serve both God and country at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., later this month. Wright took a moment to reflect on the impact he made to Team Hill over the past four years, and how Team Hill has impacted him, during an exit interview conducted Nov.
Nineteen volunteers from Team Hill helped eighth graders at North Davis Junior High School learn the realities of adulthood during the school's "Reality Town" activity Nov. 5. The Team Hill members joined other volunteers from local companies to man tables which represented both necessary and ancillary institutions that comprise adulthood for most Americans.
Hints of snow visited a few days last week, inspiring all ski and snowboarding enthusiasts to prep their gear for a long season of outdoor fun.
For those who recently completed a permanent change of station here and do not yet have their outdoor adventuring gear or for those who want to upgrade their aging equipment, there are still two weeks left before the Team Hill Recreation, Travel and Wingman Expo.The five-hour long expo at the Warrior Health and Fitness Center, Nov. 19, from 11 a.m.
After nearly a century of advocacy, National American Indian Heritage Month was first recognized through joint resolution by Congress in 1990.
Now recognized annually, November is celebrated to recognize the intertribal cultures and to educate the public about the heritage, history, art and traditions of the American Indian and Alaska Native people.
The Department of Defense will observe this year's celebration with the theme, "Understanding Native American Heritage Now and Then."
"In researching this year's theme, Mr.
True or false: When a motorcycle rider is lying injured on the ground after being involved in an accident, concerned bystanders should remove his or her helmet to increase the injured rider's comfort level.
If you answered "true," you may be responsible for that rider's untimely death.
The Hill Air Force Base Motorcycle Safety Program is actively spreading the message to all motorists that, although it may seem as if removing a riders' tight-fitting helmet would reduce medical complications to the head and increase the injured rider's psychological and physi
Air Force Headquarters in Washington, D.C., recently launched a new Web site to highlight its new Year of the Air Force Family campaign theme, "The Air Force is a great place to live, work, play."
The Web site, www.myairforcelife.com, is "designed to highlight the great programs and activities we offer that significantly contribute to the overall quality of life for Airmen and their families," said Col. Sandra Adams, commander of the Air Force Services Agency, a Field Operating Agency in San Antonio, Texas, in a memorandum distributed Oct.
Did you know that your baby can communicate with you before it can talk?
Denise Jenkins, 75th Force Support Squadron Family Child Care Training and Curriculum specialist, held a class Oct. 27 teaching parents how it is possible.
"This particular class is a way of teaching young toddlers to 'speak before they speak' using baby sign language," Jenkins said about the Baby Signs introductory workshop.
The 75th Medical Group, 75th Force Support Squadron Health and Wellness Center and 75th Air Base Wing Airman and Family Readiness Center hosted a luncheon to observe October as Breast Cancer Awareness month Oct. 20 at Club Hill.
75th ABW Vice Commander Col. Calvin Williams led the educational luncheon with opening remarks about his personal battle with pancreatic cancer in 2003.
The 75th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources department is teaming up with the Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing Bird/Wildlife Avoidance Strike Hazard working group to provide a natural and low-cost method of removing birds from the airspace around Hill Air Force Base and the Utah Test and Training Range. The groups have been extinguishing weeds from land surrounding both air fields, as the weeds produce seeds and attract insects that ultimately provide an attractive feast for birds, and planting rhizomatous grasses in its place.