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First Published 53 minutes ago Updated 53 minutes ago The Air Force's flying mission over the Utah Test and Training Range will be the topic of a presentation and open house in West Wendover, Nev., on Monday night...It begins at 7 p.m. at the West
The Cooke campaign invited a county commissioner from Oklahoma to detail how that community transformed a defunct General Motors plant into part of Tinker Air Force Base, presumably providing some protection in a possible 2015 round of base
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has received a subcontract to help provide logistics and sustainment support the U.S...The award was given by Spiral Solutions and Technologies, which was awarded the Mission Planning Support Contract.
The Air Force says one of its jets crashed during a training mission in Utah this May because of an engine failure.Details of the accident were released in a report Thursday by Air Combat Command at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia.
A group of nine co-workers from Hill Air Force Base are sharing a $1 million Powerball prize from the Idaho Lottery...On Friday, several members of the group claimed their prize from a ticket purchased in Malad for last Saturday night's draw,
I can better fight for Hill Air Force Base Politics » Retired two-star Army general says he is most prepared' to defend against closure. The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 57 minutes ago Updated 22 minutes ago Clearfield Democratic candidate for
For more than a decade, US fighter pilots have become accustomed to owning the sky in wars against insurgents who have no warplanes or air defenses. But in the desert outside Las Vegas, the US Air Force is trying to get back to basics, reminding
Leah Hogsten The Salt Lake Tribune) A member of the honor guard during the opening ceremony. Restructing at the Ogden Air Logistics Center at Hill Air Force Base left it with a new name and a new commander Thursday, July 12, 2012. The new Ogden Air
Get news, sports and politics alerts (Trent Nelson The Salt Lake Tribune) Military working dogs Allan, Liska and Arek are honored during a retirement ceremony held by the 75th Air Base Wing Security Forces at Hill Air Force Base Friday on Friday,
These days, though, all-terrain vehicle and dirt-bike riders are leaving tracks through craters where munitions were dumped and partially destroyed in the decade after World War II. "It's kind of its own little terrain park out there," said Lance