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  • 2023: A Year in Review

    Let's take a look at a short glance of what the 419th Fighter Wing did this past year!

  • Active-duty members have Reserve options

    Active-duty Air Force members have choices when contemplating transition to the civilian world. Staying blue as a member of the Air Force Reserve is a choice with many benefits.Master Sgt. Brasil Segura, an Air Force Reserve in-service recruiter with the 353rd Recruiting Squadron at Hill, has all

  • Hill AFB fighter wings deploy Airmen, F-35As to Japan

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- This week, Active duty and Reserve Airmen from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings here deployed the F-35A Lightning II to Kadena Air Base, Japan, as part of an effort to assure allies and deter threats to stability in the Pacific region. Hundreds of pilots, maintainers

  • Potential Government Shutdown Resource Center

    In light of discussions of a potential Federal Shutdown or continuing resolution, please know that there are many resources available for those that may be impacted. With the help of the 419 Fighter Wing’s Military and Family Readiness team, please see the list of useful information, resources and

  • 419th MSG welcomes new commander

    Col. Jennifer Fiederer, outgoing commander of the 419th Mission Support Group, relinquished command to LCol. Gregory Kuzma during a ceremony here on Nov. 4, 2023.

  • 388th and 419th FW airman return to Hill following Middle East deployment

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Pilots, maintainers, and support personnel from the U.S. Air Force’s 388th Fighter Wing and U.S. Air Force Reserve’s 419th Fighter Wing have returned to Hill Air Force Base after completing their deployment of the F-35A Lightning II to U.S. Central Command’s area of