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Ellsworth Chapel

We are proud to serve alongside you, whether here at home or at a deployed location. We minister to military members and their families of all faiths. We invite you to explore the many chapel programs that promote spiritual growth and fulfillment. Our mission is to model, teach, and cultivate faith and values.

We look forward to meeting and serving you.

~ Your Chapel Team

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Legal Office

The Ellsworth Air Force Base Legal office is located at 1000 Ellsworth Street, Suite 2700, in Building 2500 (Rushmore Center). Our mission is to enable commanders to maintain a disciplined force, ready to legally provide expeditionary combat power - anywhere on the globe.

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Honor Guard

The ceremonial guardsmen is an individual of good reputation, having integrity, ethical conduct and exhibiting standards which merit respect; responsible for protecting and overseeing the maintenance of standards on and off duty. It is truly an occupation which requires outstanding devotion and commitment to duty. By maintaining our history and exceptionally high standards, Honor Guards will continue to remain an icon of excellence.

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Airman & Family Readiness

Our Mission Statement is: The Airman & Family Readiness Center mission is to be the Total Force Resource -- targeting the needs of the Ellsworth Community.

Our Vision is: Building a resilient community that supports each other and the Air Force mission.


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af Financial Services Center

The Air Force Financial Services Center, located at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, is responsible for the processing and payment of temporary duty and permanent change of station travel entitlements for travel performed outside of the Defense Travel System. This includes wounded warrior travel, attaché travel, threatened member travel, travel of families of deceased active-duty members, and evacuee travel. The AFFSC also reviews all remission requests in support of the Air Force Remissions Board. The AFFSC paid 270,100 travel claims during fiscal 2014.

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S Dakota Air & Space Museum

Adventure awaits at the South Dakota Air & Space Museum, located outside the main gate of Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. We have something for everyone, including tours of the base, learning adventures for the kids, and once in a lifetime Black Hills events.

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Ellsworth Base Guide

2016 Base Guide | Online or Printable

Environmental Matters

For a full outline of the Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health mission, along with documents to outline the Ellsworth Water System Sampling Results, Environmental Assessments and the Restoration Advisory Board, click here.

Freedom of Information Act

The 28th Bomb Wing records management office is responsible for processing requests for information under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. Each year, approximately 40 requests are handled by the records management staff for records existing in paper, electronic and microform formats.

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Ellsworth Housing

Ellsworth Air Force Base housing is privatized and became a part of Balfour Beatty Communities Aug. 1, 2013. Current inventory consists of 283 family housing units, all built within the past 10 years. With construction of an additional 214 units, a Community Center and site amenities which began in Spring 2014, family housing will provide Ellsworth Airmen with modern three- and four-bedroom units complete with attached double car garages and fenced back yards - all within the confines of Ellsworth AFB.

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Retirees Activities Office

Retiree activities offices are made up of volunteers from all services, including surviving spouses. Their charter is to coordinate, establish and staff an office on an active-duty, reserve or guard base through command channels that will assist retirees with myriad actions. These actions include: Tricare, base services, etc; offering referrals for financial assistance and pay matters; counseling active-duty Airmen nearing retirement; and providing literature on retirement issues. Another major activity involves working with base agencies to set up Retiree Appreciation Day events offering flu shots by base medical personnel, briefings by different base agencies on respective services, tax preparation and advice, staff judge advocate assistance, base tours, etc.

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