The 75th Force Support Squadron was given five sets of Tim McGraw concert tickets donated by Outback Steakhouse for his summer concert at the Usana Amphitheater on Aug. 6.
Each set of tickets will include a $20 Army and Air Force Exchange Service gift card, a $45 Outback Steakhouse gift card and VIP experience passes.
The VIP experience includes beverages, prize drawings before the show and a private acoustic set performed by Tim McGraw.
The Ogden Air Logistics Center Engineering Directorate was the first unit in its organization to achieve the Voluntary Protection Program silver level on April 13.
With the help of co-workers and management, the unit was able to work together as a team to instill VPP within its office.
"Everyone is always constantly aware of their surroundings and is always thinking safety," said Charlotte Milne, OO-ALC/EN management assistant. "Management really shows everyone that safety is a high priority in the workplace."
The Team Hill Junior Force Council hosted its 2011 Speaker Series at the Base Theater on April 27.
Darrin Wray, Falcon Hill's Enhanced Use Lease Program Manager, was the keynote speaker and provided valuable information on Falcon Hill.
"In 2001 Congress provided authority for the Department of Defense to take un-utilized property and lease it out to a developer in exchange for some type of return," said Wray. "Falcon Hill will be approximately 550 acres on the western edge of Hill Air Force Base, and the master development agreement was signed in Aug. 2008."
Members of Team Hill showed off their vocal talents at this year's Hill Idol at Club Hill on April 29.
The top ten contestants belted out their best slow and fast songs for a chance to win the grand prize of $200 and become this year's Hill Idol.
"We took the top three performers from each round, for three weeks and that is how the contestants for the final round were chosen," said C.J. Unguren, 75th ABW/SC contracting lead.
The Airman Leadership School students went to work improving the outside of their school for their Enlisted Heritage project April 20.
With springtime now here, the students decided on beautification as their theme and planted flowers, power washed the building, cleaned up the areas around the United States flag and picked up trash.
Recently Hill Air Force Base has been able to help 24 families who were affected by the events that have taken place in Japan, Egypt and Mexico by using the Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System.
AFPAAS is a standardized method for the Air Force to account, manage and monitor the recovery and reconstitution process for personnel, both military and civilian, and their families in the event of major crises.
Tyler Peterson and Colton Tidwell, students at Snow Horse Elementary School, were invited to Hill Air Force Base to learn about the F-16 aircraft and visit the Hill AFB Honor Guard.
Around the holiday seasons, a lot of students write to the troops in deployed locations thanking them for their service. Last December Hill AFB Post Office received two letters from local students.
The month of March usually indicates springtime or March Madness basketball, however in the Air Force world it means Mustache March has finally arrived.
Club Hill welcomed the newest member to its team, Christian Peal, Club Hill manager, in December 2010.
Hill Air Force Base stood up the first-of-its-kind Consolidated Munitions Control Center where personnel who work in the Munitions and Missile Storage areas are able to track all of their explosives from one location and ensure the safety of everyone working in the MAMS area.
MAMS is primarily used to store and safeguard a variety of missile and munitions components, the majority of which include explosives. The personnel working within the MAMS are responsible for inspecting, handling, maintaining and refurbishing these components.