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Groundbreaking for Hill Field, Jan. 12 1940. Hill Air Force Base, Utah, will celebrate its 80th anniversary with a series of events and activities in 2020 to honor the base’s innovations and achievements throughout the decades. Pictured left to right: Maj. I.A. Luke, Ordnance Depot commander; Herbert A. Snow, Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce president; Utah Governor Henry H. Blood; Frank Browning, Ogden Chamber of Commerce; and Capt. K.I. Hastings, constructing quartermaster. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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200109-F-F3495-0001

Groundbreaking for Hill Field, Jan. 12 1940. Hill Air Force Base, Utah, will celebrate its 80th anniversary with a series of events and activities in 2020 to honor the base’s innovations and achievements throughout the decades. Pictured left to right: Maj. I.A. Luke, Ordnance Depot commander; Herbert A. Snow, Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce president; Utah Governor Henry H. Blood; Frank Browning, Ogden Chamber of Commerce; and Capt. K.I. Hastings, constructing quartermaster. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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