Dozens of Team Hill Airmen and civilians gathered at the base chapel here for fellowship, breakfast, and spiritual resiliency.
The 75th Air Base Wing chapel staff hosted its annual Spiritual Maintenance Breakfast Sept. 22, in the chapel’s Fellowship Hall.
The first day of autumn brought a fast-moving storm to the base, resulting in power outages, snarled traffic, and damage.
More than a dozen workers from the Lowe’s located in Layton volunteered their time to put a fresh coat of paint on the walls inside the Airman Recreation Center.
The project took more than two day to complete. The Center, also known as the ARC, is place for Hill AFB’s junior enlisted Airmen to relax and unwind by playing games such as ping pong or pool, watching movies, or just spending time with fellow Airmen.
Hundreds of Airmen and civilians celebrated the U.S. Air Force’s 69th birthday during the 2016 Air Force Ball held Sept. 17 at the Davis Convention Center in Layton.
The annual ball’s theme was “A Celebration of Warriors, Innovators & Leaders” and events included traditional military and civilian ceremonies, dinner, video presentations, and a ceremonial cake cutting.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — The base golf course here hosted a golf expo Sept. 5-7 featuring two professional golfers.
Hubbard Memorial Golf Course welcomed LPGA touring professionals Kim Hall and Mallory Blackwelder, who provided tips and demonstrations on putting, chipping, and driving.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — The Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Systems Directorate here was named the Outstanding Air Force Program Office for 2015.
The ICBM Systems Directorate, which reports directly to the Air Force Nuclear Warfare Center at Kirtland AFB, N.M., is responsible for delivering a safe, secure, responsive, on-time and on-target nuclear deterrent force to the warfighter as the nation’s nucleus for ICBM development, acquisition and sustainment.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s A-10 Division at Hill AFB has been honored with the 2015 Dr. James G. Roche Sustainment Excellence Award.
BOX ELDER COUNTY — Utah Department of Defense agencies hosted their annual face-to-face meeting Aug. 25-26 with American Indian tribes who claim ancestral and ongoing ties to lands managed by the DOD agencies.
Primary hosts for this year’s meeting, which was held at the Bear River Bird Refuge in Brigham City, were the Utah National Guard and the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation. Hill Air Force Base, Dugway Proving Ground and Tooele Army Depot co-hosted the event.
Several Airmen and civilians donned loaded backpacks and participated in a teambuilding activity here Aug. 19.
The GoRuck Light Challenge, led by a military veteran with a special operations background and sponsored here by the 75th Force Support Squadron, tested participants’ stamina, leadership, and fitness.
The new Team Hill Diversity Council brought representatives from all of Hill AFB’s annual special observances to Centennial Park Aug. 20 to celebrate and learn more about the base’s unique community and diversity.
The event featured food, entertainment, cultural presentations, and informational booths.
Festival attendees received passports to be stamped while visiting booths providing information on the 10 special observances the base recognizes each year. These are:
• Martin Luther King, Jr. (3rd Monday of January)