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  • Motorcycle safety: Resources. Training.

    This year, Air Force officials are taking a new approach by providing motorcycle riders more resources to include the DAFRider educational video series, preseason briefing template, and safety materials that can be used throughout the year. Units are asked to make 100% contact with military riders

  • Wildlife officials urge motorists to watch for deer

    Wildlife officials urge motorists to drive cautiously due to the increased deer activity on Hill’s roadways this time of year. While deer are a year-round hazard – on and off base – October and November is when the highest number of vehicle and deer collisions occur across the state.

  • Summer water safety; tragedy can be avoided

    Summertime is heading our way, and with the warm weather, more adventures abound. Whether you are into boating, swimming, kayaking, or paddle boarding, there will be water hazards.

  • Airman at Hill AFB among AFIMSC ‘Innovation Rodeo’ finalists

    An Airman at Hill Air Force Base is among the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center announced finalists for the 2021 AFIMSC Innovation Rodeo. Master Sgt. Luke Rogan, assistant chief of operations with the 775th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department, was selected for co-innovating an

  • Enlisted Airmen are the gatekeepers for Hill’s fighter squadrons

    Just like tracking maintenance on an F-35 is critical to flying safety, so is tracking and documenting the performance of the “human weapon system” – pilots – and that job belongs to Squadron Aviation Resource Managers. Squadron Aviation Resource Manager is an enlisted career field that exists in

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