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75 Engineering Group (75CEG)

Service or Branch: Air Force

Location: Hill Air Force Base, UT

75CEG Website

STEM Fields: Electrical Engineering

A typical Air Force installation consists of operational facilities (e.g., hangars, flightlines), training facilities, support facilities, housing, and base-wide infrastructure (e.g., utility systems). It also includes natural infrastructure assets, such as air, space, land, and water resources. Installation engineering organizations maintain the installation by the planning, acquiring, building, sustaining, managing, operating, and divesting of both natural and manmade infrastructure. These organizations ensure installations have the natural infrastructure to support current and future missions and to maintain compliance with environmental requirements. To complete their mission, installation engineering organizations at Air Force bases encompass a variety of occupational areas including engineering disciplines, architects, realty specialists, housing managers, environmental professionals, financial managers, biologists, firefighters, electricians, carpenters, painters, and more.

Hill AFB is located approximately 35 miles north of Salt Lake City, UT, in an area between the Wasatch Mountain range and the Great Salt Lake. This area affords numerous outdoor recreation activities. Hill AFB is home to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, the 75th Air Base Wing, the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings, and over 60 other tenant units. Missions include depot level maintenance and repair for both aircraft and missile systems, weapon system software support, F-35 fighter wing operations, nuclear sustainment and support, and numerous other defense related activities.

The 75 Engineer Group is home to approximately 600 personnel of which over 500 are civilians and provides infrastructure and facilities support, environmental support, Utah Test and Training Range support, fire protection, disaster preparedness, housing management, explosive ordnance disposal, and energy management for Hill AFB. The 75 Engineer Group group directly supports air power by providing basing structure, over 1000 military family housing units, emergency response and readiness planning for the 22,000 people that live and work on the installation. The Group is also responsible for programming, design, construction, and maintenance of $7.1B in infrastructure on million acres with annual investments exceeding $50M.

http://www.hill.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/397046/75th-air-base-wing/