By SARAH STOLL
Hilltop Times correspondent
According to 2015 statistics, four children die from abuse each day in the U.S., the Hill AFB audience at last week’s Prevent Child Abuse Utah event learned.
The base Family Advocacy Program invited Prevent Child Abuse Utah to present information on April 8 about abuse and child safety.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Ken Reid has been in a wheelchair for 26 years, ever since a car accident in his 20s. After mourning the loss of the life he envisioned for himself, he discovered joy helping others in the same situation.
OGDEN — Tom Montez says he was still a kid when he left to fight for the Army in Vietnam.
OGDEN — Members of Utah’s Congressional delegation have asked the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide more help to veterans who live north of Salt Lake City.
OGDEN — Utah’s former Veterans Affairs director just wants the U.S. Census Bureau to ask the public a simple question — maybe two.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Software issues continue to plague the F-35 as program officials work feverishly to fix a glitch that causes the jet’s radar to shut down sporadically.
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — An F-16 from Hill Air Force Base crashed shortly after takeoff March 29 in Afghanistan.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Engineers often perform heroic works behind the scenes, with the public oblivious to the effects on everyone’s daily lives. Consequently, Engineering Week was born across the nation more than 60 years ago, and is still going strong in an effort to shed some light on the work of engineers.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — When your workforce is down by thousands, necessity often breeds creativity.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Pentagon says it has solved the problems associated with the F-35’s potentially dangerous ejection seat, but the fixes may take at least another year to be implemented.