HILL AIR FORCE BASE — For many years, Wendy Heim would grocery shop at the Commissary or Base Exchange on Hill AFB with her young daughter without any problems, setting her in the designated seat for children.
Over the past few months, the Hill AFB Gerrity Memorial Library underwent major upgrades to modernize and update the facility for users.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Utah companies — including the state’s largest single-site employer, Hill Air Force Base — are having a hard time finding qualified employees to fill open positions.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Paying for housing should be a little easier for Airmen at Hill Air Force Base this year.
OGDEN — What do you do if you’re Hill Air Force Base and you need space to troubleshoot a significant F-16 repair issue that won’t interfere with the regular maintenance assembly line?
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Lockheed-Martin and the Pentagon’s F-35 Program Office say they’ve finished delivering jets for 2015, increasing their yield from last year by 25 percent.
Though the Combined Federal Campaign has ended, the funds people have donated will keep on giving.
This year’s campaign at Hill Air Force Base reached more than $529,968 in donations.
The donated funds are the lifeblood of a charity and its ability to do good work in the world, according to Intermountain CFC Executive Director Bruce Jacobs.
The next time you think about complaining after a long flight, consider Henry Rogers.
The Air Force colonel has spent more than 125 days — or 3,000 hours, depending on how you like to crunch your numbers — inside the cramped cockpit of an F-16 Fighting Falcon, a rare milestone that the Department of Defense says fewer than 300 pilots have ever reached.
Games, gifts, Santa and more were all a part of the Families with Special Needs Holiday Party hosted by the Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) at the Base Youth Center on Dec. 5.
It was a breezy, not too chilly morning at the Ogden River Parkway, fine conditions for the American Legion’s ceremony.
“Last time, we threw the flowers onto the ice because the river was frozen,” State Chaplain for the American Legion Byron Lewis said. “The first year we did it, it was pouring so hard, we looked like drowned rats by the time we finished.”