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  • UPDATE: CDC and Youth Center to reopen

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, --  Hill AFB youth programs -- child development centers (CDC) East, West, and the youth center -- will reopen tomorrow, March 31 for mission essential personnel only.  COVID-19 Test results on the staff member and child are negative.Anyone who was directed to quarantine based on pending results of tests for the CDC staff
  • Child Development Centers, Youth Center closed Monday

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- The Child Development Centers East, West, and the Youth Center -- will be closed on Monday, March 30 after one staff member and one child required COVID-19 testing. Out of caution, the 75th Air Base Wing is closing all three facilities while we wait on the results of the other test.All families that use the youth
  • DOD releases overseas stop movement order in response to COVID-19

    Building upon previously enacted movement restrictions governing foreign travel, permanent change of station moves, temporary duty and personal leave, this stop movement order will also impact exercises, deployments, redeployments and other global force management activities. Approximately 90,000 Service Members slated to deploy or redeploy over the next 60 days will likely be impacted by this stop movement order.
  • Hill fighter wings continue flying operations amid COVID-19 crisis

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- The active duty 388th Fighter Wing and Reserve 419th Fighter Wing are continuing to train and fly the F-35A Lightning II here despite the current global Coronavirus outbreak.There has been one confirmed case on Hill AFB, but none in the 388th Fighter Wing. As cases continue to spread in America and more and more local
  • Security software helps teleworkers keep personal computers safe at home

    With an increase to the number of personnel from Hill Air Force Base and across the DOD teleworking due to the coronavirus situation, DISA has re-upped its anti-virus software license agreement to help teleworkers keep their personal home computers safe at home. Recognizing a need, DISA and the DoD have renewed their anti-virus home use programs.
  • Hill chaplains to share messages online

    With the inability for individuals to gather together for worship, the Hill Air Force Base Legacy Chapel is looking at alternative methods for sharing its messages of faith, hope and encouragement.
  • Hill AFB announces first confirmed COVID-19 case

    HILL AFB, Utah – A Hill Air Force Base member, outside of the 388th Fighter Wing, is being treated and evaluated by health care professionals following the first confirmed case of COVID-19 at the base.“This is our first confirmed case,” said Col Jon Eberlan, 75th Air Base Wing commander. “The continued safety and well-being of the installation is
  • Curbside pharmacy service starts March 23 to combat coronavirus

    In order to comply with “social distancing” recommendations and to increase efforts to mitigate further spread of the novel coronavirus, the 75th Medical Group Satellite Pharmacy will be providing curbside services starting Monday, March 23, in front of the Base Exchange shopping center until further notice.
  • Hill AFB resources available for those with needs as impacts of Coronavirus spread

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – The effects of the Coronavirus reach far beyond physical health, into many areas of daily life –  from empty store shelves, to layoffs or lower paychecks, to stress and anxiety.Military families are not immune, especially those who may have members deployed. However, they are not alone. Hill Air Force Base has resources
  • Hill Air Force Base response to magnitude 5.7 earthquake

    At Hill Air Force Base, civil engineers and emergency response personnel at the installation are evaluating buildings for structural damage following the earthquake this morning.