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Master Sgt. Mia Newmeyer, 28th Medical Support Squadron diagnostic imaging noncommissioned officer in charge, places her hand underneath an X-ray machine inside the 28th Medical Group at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 11, 2018. Diagnostic imaging provides basic skeletal exams to include the skull and extremities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Denise Jenson) Diagnostic imaging: an inside look
The human body is a complex system of organs, bones and a nervous system. While some injuries and ailments may be only skin deep, others require an inside look to accurately diagnose.The 28th Medical Group Diagnostic Imaging Flight may only be staffed by two Airmen, but their scope of responsibility reaches more than 3,700 members of Team
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Airman 1st Class Mason Kitchens, a 28th Communications Squadron radio frequency transmission systems technician, uses an oscilloscope, which is a device used to see changes in an electrical signal over time during the Cyber Storm exercise at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 14, 2018. Cyber Storm is in its second year and is used to help the 28th CS find cybersecurity weaknesses so they can be more effective in a cyber-contested environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Thomas Karol) Combat Raider/Cyber Storm exercises prepares Ellsworth for the future
The capabilities and vulnerabilities of 28th Bomb Wing aircrew and cybersecurity teams were tested during exercises Combat Raider 18-2 and Cyber Storm at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 15-17, 2018.
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The 28th Maintenance Squadron’s cold spray machine goes through the first approved repair of a forward equipment bay May 15, 2018, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. Mending Broken B-Ones: Cold Spray Keeps Planes Ready, Lethal
– The 28th Maintenance Squadron, in conjunction with VRC Metals Systems, took a step forward to extending the service life of the B-1 bomber, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, May 15, 2018The first approved piece of a B-1 bomber was repaired with cold spray technology, which saves the Air Force approximately $225,000 per panel fixed."With this, we're
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Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Garrison, 28th Medical Operations Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of the mental health clinic, separates blocks for a team building exercise with the human performance team at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 9, 2018. The chapel and mental health clinic went out in human performance teams to connect with Airmen and provide information on the different ways to improve their mental resiliency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nicolas Z. Erwin) Breaking down the image: Mental Health
Life in the military can be stressful for anyone from a pipeline Airman to a general officer. Fortunately, the 28th Medical Group Mental Health Clinic provides services for Airmen in need.
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The Ellsworth AFB Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team are recipients of the Air Force Global Strike Command 2018 Exceptional SAPR Team Award. The SAPR team trains and mentors 37 volunteer victim advocates and provide 8,700 hours of on-call response a year for the 28th Bomb Wing. Ellsworth SAPR teams works to prevent sexual assault, named best in command
The Ellsworth AFB Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team recently added a few more accolades to their already impressive resume.
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A student performer pretends to cry after causing a simulated vehicle accident at Douglas High School’s Freshman Impact in Box Elder S.D., May 9, 2018. An event called Freshmen Impact teaches young adults about the dangers of driving under the influence and distracted driving so they can make better decisions while behind the wheel. (U.S.  Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Thomas Karol) First responders help make “Freshmen Impact” a success
Editor’s note: This story contains graphic images that may be disturbing to some readers. ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. – Members from the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron and the 28th Medical Group joined with local first responders to show students the dangers of driving under the influence on May 9, 2018, at Douglas High School in Box Elder.
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– More than 50 spouses and base leaders attended Ellsworth AFB’s key spouse appreciation dinner May 8, 2018, at the Airman and Family Readiness Center on base. AFRC hosts Key Spouses Appreciation Dinner
More than 50 spouses and base leaders attended Ellsworth AFB’s key spouse appreciation dinner May 8, 2018, at the Airman and Family Readiness Center on base. The dinner was a way for Team Ellsworth to show key spouses appreciation for the support they provide to the base. “We couldn’t do it without our families,” said Col. John R. Edwards, 28th
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Security Forces Squadron Airmen fire off M9 pistol rounds for training at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 13, 2015. Airmen are trained on proper weapon control to ensure that personnel know how to safely and properly operate their weapon for protective uses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Sadie Colbert/Released) Combat arms firing range no trespassing notice
The 28th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms Firing Range Complex on Ellsworth Air Force Base, is off-limits to all unauthorized personnel.
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Master Sgt. Carlos Sanchez, 28th Civil Engineer Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight lead, briefs the EOD team participating in the 50th Anniversary National EOD Memorial Day ruck march at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 4, 2018. National EOD Memorial Day is designated by Congress as the first Saturday of May to honor of EOD technicians who lost their lives while conducting operations across the globe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nicolas Z. Erwin) EOD remembers fallen comrades
The 28th Civil Engineer Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight conducted a ruck march around Ellsworth Air Force Base in honor of National EOD Memorial Day, May 5, 2018.
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Tech. Sgt. Kenneth Hill, 28th Bomb Wing safety assurance section chief, looks over an electrical outlet during an inspection in the family campground at Ellsworth Air Force Base, May 2, 2018. With warmer weather on the way, the 28th Bomb Wing Safety Office encourages individuals to keep safety a priority while enjoy the outdoors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Randahl J. Jenson) Summer safety in South Dakota
With warmer weather on the way in the Black Hills, summer activities are more abundant at Ellsworth Air Force Base and the surrounding community. The 28th Bomb Wing Safety Office encourages individuals to enjoy the outdoors while keeping personal safety a priority. “If you’re going to do off-duty activities, make sure you’re in shape,” said Michael
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