The Commander of Hill Air Force Base spoke at Plane Talk series on Saturday. Colonel Jon A. Eberlan highlighted his diverse career in the U.S. Air Force, the mission of Hill Air Force Base and what the future of Hill looks like.
Col Eberlan enlisted in the Air Force in 1990, and earned his commission as a distinguished graduate of Officer Training School in August 1998. Colonel Eberlan has served as a group commander, squadron commander, and squadron operations officer. He has also performed staff duties at the major command, Air Staff, and joint levels. Prior to his current position, he served as Commander, 309th Aircraft Maintenance Group, Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
Col Eberlan took command of the 75 Air Base Wing in April 2018. The 75th Air Base Wing supports the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, two fighter wings, and more than 50 additional tenant units on base amounting to approximately 24,000 active duty, civilian, and contractor personnel. In addition, the 75 Air Base Wing directly supports Air Expeditionary Forces operations and has base support responsibility for the operation of the Utah Test and Training Range
Read more about Col Eberlan’s career here.