HILL AIR FORCE BASE — With ever-shrinking budgets, housing privatization programs ensure that on-base housing is modern, maintained and available to Airmen.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — It’s out with the old and in with the new at Hill AFB Dec. 1 as officials cut the ribbon on a new Falcon Hill office building and begin demolition of a World War II-era building.
Hill Air Force Base units received high marks after a unit effectiveness inspection wrapped up earlier this month.
The Air Force Materiel Command Inspector General team assessed missions across the base from Oct. 27 through Nov. 10, inspecting the 75th Air Base Wing, Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Life Cycle Management Center, Supply Chain Management Group, Nuclear Warfare Center and other Team Hill mission partners.
Hill was selected as Air Force Materiel Command’s choice for the Commander-in-Chief’s 2015 Annual Award for Installation Excellence.
For 10 days, starting Oct. 27, Air Force Materiel Command inspectors will be visiting the command’s units at Hill Air Force Base with one question in mind: How effectively is each unit accomplishing their mission?
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Department of Defense officials announced last week that the Ogden Air Logistics Complex’s 574th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron F-22 Raptor Depot Maintenance Team is the winner of the 2014 Robert T. Mason Award, which recognizes excellence in depot maintenance.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Flu season is just around the corner, and Utah’s largest single-site employer is encouraging employees to get immunized.
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.
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.