Army continues winning streak

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May 16, 2013

 

 

 

The Armed Forces Indoor Volleyball Tournament concluded with its last two matches on Sunday afternoon with strong showings in the men’s and women’s division by Army teams who took gold.

The Army women defeated the Air Force women’s team after losing the first set, 19-25, by changing the momentum in the second set, 25-15, and taking a win after hard-fought lengthy plan in the third, 25-20, and settling it once and for all, 25-17 in the fourth.

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Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair in Ogden

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May 9, 2013

The Hiring Our Heroes workshop and job fair to be held at the Summit Hotel and Conference Center in Ogden, is another in a series sponsored by the Governor’s Employment Coalition, similar to the one held in Salt Lake City recently.



Cross country spring challenge continues

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Randall Thomas, 309 CMXG/OBM, organized the most recent 5K Run/Walk on the north side of the base for the Hill AFB Cross Country spring season weekly competition. “We had a nice challenging run with 87 competitors last week,” he said.

 

“There was only a 25 point spread between the third and eighth place teams. Although the 729th Air Control Squadron is in fourth place overall they are the most supported team out there with an average of 13 participants per week,” he continued.



AFMC honors Hill organizational development educator

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May 9, 2013

Dr. Corbin Bell, 517 SMXS/MXDEB was selected as the AFMC 2013 Science, Engineering and Technical Management Science and Engineering Educator Award winner.

 

This award cites his performance for outstanding work throughout 2012 in the education of the 309th Software Maintenance Group (SMXG)scientists and engineers through providing technical, leadership, process and emotional intelligence education in workshops and coaching sessions. Bell believes that he is helping them to form success oriented paradigms via the educational programs offered by his team.



Science stars

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May 2, 2013

 

 

 

James Serabian had a hard time picking out his favorite dinosaur posed on and around his model of a volcano.



Hill worker receives 50 year pin after a combined total of 55 years

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May 2, 2013

"Awesome job," said Maj. Gen. H. Brent Baker Sr., Ogden Air Logistics commander, as he gave Donald Douglas a congratulatory handshake. "Keep up the good work."

Douglas had just received his 50-year pin and certificate, honoring him for 21 years of military service and 29 years of federal civilian employment.

"That’s amazing when you stop and think about it," said Baker, as he remarked on Douglas’ record.



A very warm welcome home

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April 25, 2013

Among the crowd gathered at Hangar 37, two young girls’ smiles were mirrored on their mom’s face as they walked with their dad, Master Sgt. Adam Schmidt, who kept looking at his family. “The girls all really missed him, we all did,” said Ashley, his wife.

 

Their dad was part of the incoming Fighting Fuujins back from a 6 ½ month assignment in the Pacific.

 



Hill to participate in prescription drug take-back event on Saturday

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April 25, 2013

Maj. David Jarnot, 75th Medical Group Pharmacy flight commander, said, “(Saturday’s event) is an excellent way for the community to dispose of potential hazardous medication that may be in households.”

 

The medical group representative emphasized the importance of the effort, set for April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Base Exchange and the Commissary as he talked about the volunteer effort manning the sites.



DIG, SET ...SPIKE!

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April 25, 2013

 

Twenty-two Airmen are hitting the volleyball courts hard at Hill AFB’s Warrior Fitness Center. With ten members of the Air Force Women’s Volleyball team on one side of the main basketball court and 12 on the Men’s Volleyball team hard at it, their coaches are preparing them for the Armed Forces Men’s and Women’s Indoor Volleyball Championship May 8-12. May 3-5 is the beach volleyball competition.

Katie Kimmich, women’s coach for the indoor team, expressed great confidence in her team.



Salt Lake City Marathon memorable for Hill runner

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April 25, 2013

Senior Master Sgt. Timothy Gill, 419th Operations Group, honored victims of the Boston Marathon bombing at the Salt Lake City Marathon on April 20 by carrying a large American flag for the duration of the race.

 

“The Salt Lake City Marathon was a very tough race, both physically and emotionally for me,” said Gill. “The temperature was about 50 degrees most of the morning, with constant rain and hail. The flag got very heavy in the rain.

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