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  • Data consolidation project enhances Air Force munitions logistics tracking

    Organizations at Hill Air Force Base played a key role in completing a data consolidation project that will enhance the logistics tracking and management of munitions across the Air Force. The new Accountable Property System of Record now accounts for and tracks information by component type and

  • Data consolidation project enhances Air Force munitions logistics tracking

    Organizations at Hill Air Force Base played a key role in completing a data consolidation project that will enhance the logistics tracking and management of munitions across the Air Force. The project, which was initiated in response to a 2020 Headquarters Air Force directive to merge the Integrated

  • Breaking Barriers Together: Warriors over the Wasatch 2024

    Hill AFB leaders and airshow officials are preparing now to make next year’s air show bigger and better by adding new demonstrations and by focusing on feedback received from 2022’s event. The 2024 air show, happening June 29-30, is centered around the Breaking Barriers Together theme, meaning we

  • The Navajo Tribe: A rich cultural legacy in Utah

    Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and diverse cultures, Utah is home to a significant Native American presence, including the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Tribe, also known as the Diné, has a deep-rooted connection to Utah, marked by a rich cultural heritage and a profound influence on the

  • The gift of citizenship through service

    For those joining the military without citizenship, they will be green card holders and have legal status. It can take up to three years for green card holders until they can try to naturalize. With approval from their commander, service members now can gain citizenship after a year of serving

  • Hispanic Heritage Month begins Sept. 15

    Every year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct.15. The month celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.