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  • Depot group adapts, delivers amidst pandemic

    In the midst of a global pandemic caused by COVID-19, the 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group continued to provide world-class, depot-level maintenance and return aircraft to the warfighter. While adapting to protect the largest direct labor force in the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the 309th AMXG delivered scheduled aircraft to Department of Defense agencies and international partners.
  • Ogden ALC named top Air Force maintenance depot

    The Ogden Air Logistics Complex won the 2020 Maintenance Effectiveness Award recognizing it as the top depot in the Air Force. The award is presented annually to the unit that most successfully managed resources to provide safe and serviceable equipment for sustained use in peacetime and wartime.
  • F-22 Raptor gets major upgrades

    The 5th-generation F-22 Raptor has been one of the world’s most dominant fighter aircraft since entering service and has defined what air dominance means to the U.S. Air Force. To ensure that it remains relevant for years to come, the Ogden Air Logistics Complex’s 574th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, through collaborative efforts of the F-22 System Program Office along with partners Lockheed Martin and Boeing, recently completed the last aircraft to go through the F-22 Structural Repair Program that has been generating aircraft for the last 14 years.
  • 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group returns final T-1A to training operations

    A fleet of hail-damaged T-1A “Jayhawk” trainers are now back in the air thanks to a unique repair and maintenance mission performed by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.
  • Ogden ALC cuts ribbon on software facility

    (Left to right) Brig. Gen. Cauley von Hoffman, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Karen Fairclough, Software Organizational Development Office section chief, and Jim Diamond, 309th Software Engineering Group director, during the ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of a reconditioned facility Jan. 15, 2021, at Hill Air Force Base,
  • Ogden ALC cuts ribbon on software facility

    (Left to right) Brig. Gen. Cauley von Hoffman, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Karen Fairclough, Software Organizational Development Office section chief, and Jim Diamond, 309th Software Engineering Group director, during the ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of a reconditioned facility Jan. 15, 2021, at Hill Air Force Base,
  • 309th MXSG keeps employees safe, continues critical support to the Ogden ALC

    Like so many units at Hill, the 309th Maintenance Support Group has had to adjust its battle rhythm due to COVID-19. The unit is working extra hard to ensure other teams within the Ogden Air Logistics Complex can continue to support their critical missions while keeping employees safe from the coronavirus.
  • Hill Airman wins Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award

    An Ogden Air Logistics Complex Airman was awarded the Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award for 2019. The Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award is an Air Force-level award that recognizes base-level military and civil service aircraft, munitions, and missile maintenance personnel who have demonstrated the highest degree of sustained job performance, job knowledge, job efficiency and results
  • 309th Electronics Maintenance Group mission ready, delivers critical parts to the warfighter

    The 309th Electronics Maintenance Group out of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex at Hill Air Force Base is still mission-ready even with COVID-19 protections in place.
  • Managing COVID-19: Ogden ALC's 309th Commodities Maintenance Group continues to thrive

    The 309th Commodities Maintenance Group, part of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex at Hill Air Force Base, is not letting up during the COVID-19 pandemic when it comes to supporting the warfighter. The 309th CMXG is the technical repair center for landing gear, wheels, brakes, secondary power systems, hydraulics, pneudraulics, and composites, supporting everything from fifth-generation fighters, the nuclear triad’s B-2 bombers, and 20 and 30 mm guns for military aircraft to just to name a few.
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