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  • 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.
  • 514th FLTS ‘taxi service’ supports aircraft deliveries for warfighters

    Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the 514th Flight Test Squadron started a “taxi service” initiative to help keep aircraft inductions and deliveries from warfighting units, to and from the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, on-track.
  • A QueSST for speed and parts: 309th AMARG’s role in quiet supersonic technology development

    Recall when traveling faster than the speed of sound was possible aboard the supersonic airliner called the Concorde, flying 3,459 miles from New York to London in around three hours. Those days might not be gone forever if NASA, Lockheed Martin and the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, have anything to say about it.
  • Ogden ALC earns energy management certification, works to heighten energy awareness

    As the largest energy user on Hill Air Force Base, the Ogden Air Logistics Complex has been working hard to lower that demand and recently became only the second U .S. government organization to receive ISO 50001 energy management certification, and the first to include energy resiliency as part of its energy management system.
  • Aerospace Sustainment Directorate receives the L-A-M-P trophy

    The Logistics Airmen Mastering Possibilities, or L-A-M-P, Award is on the move this month. The most recent recipient is the Ogden Air Logistics Complex’s Aerospace Sustainment Directorate
  • Bye-bye ‘Wise Guy’

    A team of Air Force maintainers spent four months prepping Wise Guy, a B-52 Stratofortress for flight. The bomber had been in storage at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group since 2008.
  • Mastering the ins and outs of NDI

    A team of instructors traveled from the Ogden Air Logistics at Hill Air Force Base to conduct weapon system training with Airmen assigned to the 1st Maintenance Squadron non-destructive inspection unit Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Feb. 11-15, 2019.
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