|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
t I I Times August 31, 2006 ... News briefs mation on their services. aneschroedercomcast. Cost of the event is $5 per net. Additional information person for hors d'oeuvres regarding the Hill OSC can D Enlisted Spouses and drinks. Reservations be found at their Web site: are not required. For more Club meeting The Hill Enlisted Spouses information about the welClub will meet Sept. 11 in coming contact social, 4 the Chiefs room at Club Christy Parker at O Mosquito fogging Hill. Meet 'n greet will be- or by at mygirll5 operations under gin at 5 p.m., with the gener- aol.com. way al meeting following at 5:30 The 75th Civil Engineer Membership in the Offip.m. A presentation entitled cers' Spouses' Club is open Squadron's Pest Management Shop has fogging "Pinching Your Pennies" to all spouses of active-dut- y is planned at 6 p.m. and all officers, spouses residing operations under way to interested in attending are locally of active duty of- control mosquitoes in Hill's requested to RSVP to club ficers who are currently housing and running track president Maggie Corpe at serving on unaccompanied areas. The fogging is done 0 or remote tours, spouses between hescangloroseyahoo.com p.m., by Tuesday so adequate of Air Force Reserve offi- Tuesdays and Thursdays handouts and seating can cers currently serving with until Military Public Health be provided. For more infor- the 419th Fighter Wing, recommends discontinumation, contact Catherine spouses of retired officers, ance, usually in early OctoEvans at caeemailyahoo. international officers and ber. civilian members GS-- 9 and com or Housing residents are enabove, officers' of widows couraged to remain inside or widowers who live near during fogging operations. O Hill Officers' Club Hill, and any adult relative Children shouldn't play in hosts Spouses' member of a household, the insecticide fog or run 3ocidl The Hill Officers' Spous- other than the spouses, of behind the spray equipes' Club plans a Newcom- retired or active officers. ment. In addition, it is recers Welcome and Activities For questions about mem- ommended that swamp Social Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. bership, contact Allison coolers be turned off while at Club Hill. The event will Kolkebeck, membership fogging is in progress, base at feature an opportunity to health officials said. at For more information, join the OSC and to sign up or by for special activities such For contact the pest managebook an introduction to the OSC, ment shop at as babysitting club, bowling, Bunco, golf, newcomers to Hill may conD Leadership Training cooking club, lunch bunch, tact OSC welcoming Eileen Carmer Mah Jongg, moms and yots, applications or by available scrapbooking Club and a at walking group. Several on at eileencarmergmail. Applications willbe acceptbase organizations will also com or Diane Schroeder at ed starting Friday through at di-- Sept. 15 for the next session or by be present to share infor Continued from 6 I 773-480- of the Leadership Development Program. The program gives supervisors the opportunity to gain insight into employee and workload management, and provide potential future leaders the same opportuni- courses and organic training. Interested applicants must be permanent civilian or WG-0- 5 employees, GS-0- 7 or higher; must not have any disciplinary actions or leave abuse history; and must have at least a "fully ty. The next session begins successful" appraisal. in late October and includes Program funding is apWeber State University proved by each wing or , staff office who gives final approval authority for the applicant to participate. To apply, visit: https:hillnet. For hill.af.milDMRT. more information, contact Dixie Wilson at Cindy Grant at 9 Shirley Gonzales at or Wayne Tate at 586-435- 0, 586-435- 6, 775-375- 777-215- 1. Hill site for AF 60th Anniversary video 8:30-10:3- jT 1. V 1 ' ' .:.' ft 1 ? ? ftS 927-888- 2 hilloscmem-bershiphotmail.co- co-o- 777-442-7. p, V? I 'S"Ul Photo by Neil Werenskjold, 558th Aircraft Sustainment Group Fred Ashman, (left) Chief Executive Officer of Light Source LLC and Multi Image Productions, directs a Hill Honor guard member Staff Sgt. Christopher Hoyles during filming of an Air Force video here July 31 Aug. 3. The 60th Anniversary of the Air Force video is scheduled to debut at the AF Hill was chosen as the site for this memorial dedication ceremony in Washington D.C, Oct. 825-381- 1 13-1- 5. production due to the variety of missions accomplished here. 546-876- 8 Crossword Fun 52. 54. 56. Airmen of Note 57. 3Y CAPT. TONY WICKMAN .fist Flying Training Wing Public Affairs 25. ACROSS Org. founded by William ;1 " Boyce A Dashed y ' 7 Reindeer relative WWII jO. Aviation pioneer,8AF in leader who led daylight bombing 12. Bullfight cheer 13. Young adult 15. Weapon 16. Arrow shooter f V i I AF; 85-mi- le B-- II commander of 2 directed Operation Tidal Wave 19. Abel's brother 21. Needlework using yarn 23. AACUSAF authority on airlift; directed "Hump," I; and Berlin Airlift opera; s', fighter pilot who survived infamous Bataan march 26. Classifies 29. Commander's region of control, briefly 31 . Vote in favor for x menu item 32. 33. Crypto org. 34. First USAF general to head Joint Chiefs of Staff Enola 38. Commanded Gay, which dropped WWII WWII Pacific 10. 11. 58. Strange 61 . Norwegian toast 63. Precious stone 64. Bar order 66. Patriot great Bruschi 67. Norma 68. First CMSAF; WWII aerial gunner and POW 69. Bread type . tions atomic bomb on Hiroshima 43. Automobile 44. Gardening tool 45. Giant great 48. Org. concerned with environment 49. Enlisted airman awarded 37. deployment set 4. Father of modern AF lo gistics; Chief of the AAC materiel division 5. Single 6. Current 7. Additional odds and ends, briefly 8. Permeable 9. Pioneered aerial warfare strategy and tactics in 39. Mold-ripene- d, " - ffY mm Roosters Brewing Company 748 W. Heritage Park Blvd. Layton, Utah 801.774.9330 roostersbrewingco.com Top of Utah start' their day with local news, sports and information from the pages or web site of the Standard-Examine- r. u 12 I r- - LJ 27 ! 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