Expectant parents from Hill Air Force Base gathered Nov. 1, for a Bundles for Babies class offered by the Hill Airman & Family Readiness Center. This course, offered numerous times throughout the year, gives expectant parents the opportunity to learn new information about caring for their child, to explore their available resources, and to engage with other couples going through a similar stage of life.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — If you work at Hill Air Force Base and have plans to travel to Paris in the near future, you’d better hope your tickets are refundable.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Increased global threats could push back the Air Force’s plan to retire the A-10 close air support aircraft, says Gen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, commander of the Air Combat Command, according to reports from defense and politics websites Breaking Defense and The Hill.
A Hawaiian woman’s search for veterans’ photos across the country is nearly completed in Northern Utah counties. Two photos still remain.
LAYTON — Last December, Denyce Brown, of Riverton, witnessed a man take his lunch break and attend the Wreaths across America ceremony at the Layton Lindquist Memorial Park for remembering the country’s fallen heroes and honoring those who serve.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — They hope it never happens — that goes without saying — but if an F-35 ever crashes on Hill Air Force Base’s flightline, safety officials say they’ll soon be prepared for such a catastrophe.
The annual Hill Officers Spouses Club, or HOSC, Fall Charity Bazaar, set this year for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Club Hill Ballroom, not only lets shoppers get a jump-start on their gift lists — but it also benefits the Hill Air Force Base community.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Since it probably won’t be of much use on the ground, F-35 testers at the Pentagon decided to give the jet’s gun a try in the air.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The F-35’s ballyhooed arrival at Hill Air Force Base has been followed by much talk about a new era — for the Air Force, for Hill and the Top of Utah.