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r NEWS March 22. 1991 Hilltop Times 5 UEVJS BEHEFS 12 Anlelopo Drive road work begins Work began Monday to widen a stretch of Antelope Drive (State Route 10S) from M5 to Gregory Street in Layton. Water and sewer lines will be installed and two traffic lanes added to the north side. A new traffic signal at the Robins Drive intersection and an upintersection will grade of the signal at the also contribute to traffic flow interruption. Two lanes of traffic will remain open at all times, as will an access to the Davis County Medical Center. The project will be completed in the fall. .7-mi- le SR-12- 6 Fund-raisin- Moureen Glenn, Ext. 76976; Inspector General, Lt. Col. John Shockelford Ext. 75305; Judge Advocate's Otftce, 1st Lt. Lesl.e Long, Ext. 76627; ond LAC Copt. Dan Philip, Ext. 70533. LAI, Moj. Woodford Short. Ext. 79629 or 76674, LAM, 1st Lt. Stephen Smith, Ext. 76875; LAO, Copt. Nea Wilson, Ext. 72494, UK, 2nd Lt. Modoieno Domo, Ext. 74127; UL, Copt Scott Christian, Ext. 728 11, LIM, Vkki Argyie, Ext. 52259; LIR, 2nd Lt. Adorn Romoly, Ext. 75882, LIW, Maj. Jeff.ey Cameron, Ext. 75226, OM Products Directorate, Capt. Robert Buchm, Ext. 72239, Aw Force Office of Special Investigations, John Speose, Ext. 71852, ond Public Affairs Office, Vol erte Chavez, Ext. 7400. Contracting Directorate, Maj. Thomas Blume, Ext. 70093; PMKS, Lynn Whorton, Ext. 72383; QL, Linda Cook, Ext. 76371; Quality Office, Rondy Golbroith. Ext. 75526, Safety Office, H.R. Hale, Ext. 73864, U.S. Air Force Hospitol, Hill, Maj. Kothryn Bowling, Ext. 76217; SVF, TSgt. Daisy Hall, Ext. 73635; TID, 1st Lt. Steven Goodwill, Ext. 76376; TIE, Martin Bender, Ext. 70462; ond TIS, Capt. Randall Wright, Ext. 77703. Variable Housing Allowance cut drive continues g The Variable Housing Allowance for military After three weeks, the 1991 Hill AFB Air Force Assistance Fund drive has raised a total of members was adjusted across the country effective Jan. 1. Areas where the cost of living increased $28,997.37. The campaign continues until March 31. Hill mil- faster than others received increased VHA, while areas where cost of living is comparatively low, such itary members and civilian workers are encouraged to contribute by contacting their unit project as Utah, received a VHA reduction. At Hill AFB, enlisted members were hit hardest, officers. Project officers are listed below. with cuts for some pay grades close to $50 per Detachment 3, 3025th Management Engineering Squadron, 2nd Lt. Steven Stroshine, Ext. 75015; Detachment 6, 17th Weather Squadron, Capt. Richard month. .Harter, Ext. 79460; 84th Radar Evaluation Sq uadron, 2nd Lt. Patrick Wright, Ext. 72346; 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, Maj. Johnny Wallace, 70846; Air "We didn't know the cuts were going through unForce Audit Agency, Maj. David McMillan, Ext. 76272; 419th TFW, Stephen til we saw it on pay records for the people affected . Hepburn, Ext. 73615; 729th Tactical Control Squadron, 1st Lt. Ralph in fact," said TSgt. Kevin Ellis, chief of Ext. 70631; and 2701st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron, SSgt. my own, David Hollingsworth, Ext. 75501. military pay. 2849th Air Base Group, Sgt. Thomas Parks, Ext. 73230; 2849th Civil EnThe VHA can be changed at any time, though this gineering Squadron, 2nd Lt. Christine Butchko, Ext. 73302; 2949th Security Police Squadron, TSgt. Kevin Carter, Ext. 78114, or TSgt. Thor Hansen, Ext. particular cut came in conjunction with pay raises 75550; Utah Test ond Training Range, SSgt. Carl Scott, Ext. 71526; 2952nd so military members did not lose money from their Combat Logistics Support Squadron, SSgt. Joseph Smith, Ext. 78065; 6545th Test Group, MSgt. Daniel Myrick, Ext 72478; Ogden Air Logistics Center, A1C monthly total pay. It is designed to defray living John Clark, Ext. 751 1; 1881st r Systems Group, Conin high-cos- t areas of the country, where housing nie Maginnis, Ext. 72164; and Competition Advocacy Directorate, Debbie exceed 115 costs percent of the Basic Allowance for Keller, Ext. 79993. Environmental Management Directorate, Maj. Alan Henderson, Ext. 76917; Quarters. "Between the VHA and the BAQ, 80 perDirectorate of Financial Management, accounting and finance unit, MSgt. cent of the cost of housing should be covered," said Frank Dye, Ext. 77837; FM, Lt. Col. Thomas Nystrom, Ext. 79703; Chapel, Ext. Richard Resouces Lt. Human SSgt. Spight, 71725; Directorate, 2nd Sergeant Ellis. McHen-ry- Communication-Compute- Information concerning housing costs across the country is gleaned through research such as the random sampling of all ranks taken through Air Force Military Personnel Center every two years. It is con- ducted by an private survey firm, but can be audited by the military to determine accuracy. off-bas- e, Commissioning board rescheduled The Airman Education and Commissioning Program Board scheduled to convene in February has been rescheduled to Aug. 7. The new cut-of- f date for applications is July 10, June 19 for those needing waivers. All applications currently pending will be held for the rescheduled board. Fiscal 1991 changes in AECP are that AECP has gone to one board per year. There is no limit to the number of boards applicants can meet. They must reapply each year. The AECP, administered by the Air Force Institute of Technology, allows airmen on active duty to earn baccalaureate degrees in needed academic fields and complete requirements for a commission. The Officer Training School board schedule has been amended for 1991 as follows: Board Cut-o- ff 92-0- 1 Jan. date Feb. 4 4 June May 17 92-0- 2 10 Oct. 14 Sept. 20 Individuals affected by Stop Loss may still apply for Officer Training School or the Airman Education and Commissioning Program because participants remain on active duty. For more information on commissioning programs call the Hill AFB Education Services Office, Bldg. 383, at Ext. 72710. 92-0- 3 iilMll EMM nmcE ilOOTS Convening date rn Ss 1 with or without Safety Steel Toe D & EE WIDTHS SIZES Regular Cowbov Stvle Steel in .1 It'-- it 1 8 : 12 12-1- 0 D BIG SUR SIERRA GIANT Sleeping Bag Sleeping Bag 39x80 OVERSIZED 33x80 4 lbs. Polyester Fill 35-4- 5 Comfort Range Cotton Lining Nylon Shell 3 season bag Reg. 829" X-Lo- ng 4 lbs. 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