Air Force Orders Reductions at Hill AFB

Air Force Orders Reductions at Hill AFB

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(Hill Air Force Base-AP) -- The U-S Air Force is ordering some reductions to its military and civilian work force, and some of those cuts will likely come from Utah's Hill Air Force Base.

The Air Force expects to see more than five-thousand cuts to its military and civilian force.

A statement from Hill says the Ogden Air Logistics Center will lose seven military and 140 civilian authorizations.

The Combat Logistics Support Squadron will be losing 26, as a result of changing workload needs.

The commander of the Air Logistics Center says the reductions had been expected as part of the Air Forces' annual changes to it structure.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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