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  • Hill AFB civilian retires after 62 years of military, civil service

    Donald F. Douglas, 83, retired April 3 after working a combined 62 years for the IRS and Air Force. Leading up to his retirement, Douglas worked in landing gear as a material expediter for the 532nd Commodities Maintenance Squadron.
  • Over 60 jobs offers since Hill AFB hiring event

    Nearly 60 job offers have been made since Hill Air Force Base held a hiring event in March. The event held at the base’s museum focused on hiring civilian scientists and engineers. Nearly 40 programs conducted more than 600 interviews from the hiring pool of journeyman candidates and about to be college graduates.
  • Hill Air Force Base is hiring engineers, scientists

    Dust off your resumes, because spring recruiting season is here. Hill Air Force Base is currently recruiting student interns and entry-level professionals.
  • Nuclear weapons interns graduate into permanent jobs

    Several civilian interns recently graduated from their training with the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. Under the Air Force Civilian Intern Program, 24 interns were recognized for successfully completing a two- or three-year program of on-the-job training, professional and personal development, and service opportunities for the center’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Systems Directorate.
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