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  • ‘Bear Tamers’ activate workload, ensure power for forward forces

    The 526th Electronics Maintenance Squadron’s ground power flight, or “Bear Tamers,” recently activated a new workload here after verification and validation testing on its first overhauled Base Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) Power Unit (BPU).The BPU is used to power U.S. Air Force forward

  • Outreach program inspires students to pursue Air Force STEM careers

    With Hill Air Force Base needing to hire hundreds of science, technology, engineering and math professionals each year, the STEM outreach office here is inspiring the next generation of STEM professionals by encouraging STEM learning through its education and mentoring programs.

  • F-16 Harmony Council has successful 1st year

    Now approaching its one-year anniversary, the F-16 System Program Office’s Harmony Council recently won the 2021 Air Force Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Team Award at the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center level.

  • Hand-painting key to high-tech stealth

    With stealth designed-in from day one, the F-35 has an unmatched ability to evade enemy detection and enter contested airspace. The F-35’s aligned edges, reduced engine signature, internal carriage of weapons and fuel and embedded sensors all contribute to its unique stealth performance.

  • Air Force civic leaders visit Hill AFB

    Community leaders from across the U.S. participating in the Air and Space Force Civic Leader Program visited Hill Nov. 4-5 to see firsthand the missions supported by the Airmen and Guardians here.The stopover at Hill Air Force Base was the culmination of a visit to three installations that 36 of the

  • Air Force civic leaders visit Hill AFB

    Community leaders from across the U.S. participating in the Air and Space Force Civic Leader Program visited Hill Nov. 4-5 to see firsthand the missions supported by the Airmen and Guardians here.The stopover at Hill Air Force Base was the culmination of a visit to three installations that 36 of the