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Master Sgt. Geri Dreibelbis, an instructor from the U.S. Air Force First Sergeant Academy, instructs a diverse group of non-commissioned officers, senior non-commissioned officers and company garde officers during the First Sergeant seminar held here. The seminar is a one week course comprised of the same subjects taught at the first sergeant academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Steven Wilson) Diamond instructors share wisdom
Two instructors from the United States Air Force First Sergeant Academy arrived here Jan. 8 to teach a week-long Air Force First Sergeant Seminar to an audience comprised of non-commissioned officers and company grade officers. Master Sgt. Paul Brown, 28th Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, explained the class is mainly for Airmen pulling
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2007
Members of the 28th Bomb Wing Honor Guard conduct practice Jan. 4. The Honor Guard is practicing to perform at an active-duty funeral service. (U.S. Air Force Photo/A1C Angela Ruiz) Honor Guard welcomes new members
Ellsworth's Honor Guard continues to set standards across the Air Force after being named best in Air Combat Command, best in 12th Air Force and Best Base Honor Guard in the U.S. Air Force. "Our Honor Guard is the last all-volunteer Honor Guard in ACC, and we are responsible for the third largest (area of responsibility) in the Air Force," said
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 38 first lieutenants join the rank of captain
The Air Force considered 3,890 line first lieutenants for promotion and selected 3,864 first lieutenants for promotion to captain, a 99.3 percent selection rate for line officers. Ellsworth had 38 lieutenants up for promotion, and all still assigned here were selected. Congratulations to Ellsworth's newest captains. (See below for list of names.)
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2007
Col. Jeffry Smith, 28th Bomb Wing commander, and Command Chief Master Sgt. John Gillette, 28th Bomb wing command chief, congratulate Tech Sgt. Ross Haverstock, 28th Aircraft Maintenance dedicated crew chief, on his step promotion Dec. 22. Congratulations to Ellsworth's newest step-promoted Tech. Sergeant

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2007
The casket of the former President Gerald R. Ford is carried between the ranks of honorary pallbearers and honor cordon into St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Palm Springs, California, Dec. 29 for a private family prayer service. More than 500 military members are in Palm Desert supporting the California portion of the State Funeral for the former president. The military is providing ceremonial, logistics, and security support to honor and pay tribute to the former Commander-in-Chief and the Ford family. Ford died in Palm Desert, California, Dec. 26 at the age of 93. (U.S. Air Force Photo/1st Lt Carrie L. Kessler) Paying respects to former president Gerald R. Ford

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2007
Default Air Force Logo B-1 crews let enemy know airpower is ready to strike
Capt. Craig Morrison tucked himself into the bottom bunk around 9 a.m. as the bright sunlight bounced off the desert rock and sand outside his dorm window. The 29-year-old weapon systems officer would sleep almost 12 hours, reporting for duty later in the evening when the rest of the B-1B Lancer crew from the 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron met
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2006
Tech Sgt. Esteban Ochoa III is recognized for his outstanding performance while serving with Forrward Operating Base Marex, Iraq. Tech Sgt Esteban Ochoa III

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2006
Senior Master Sgt. Gregory Williams is recognized for his outstanding performance while serving with the 332nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, 332nd Expeditionary Mission Support Group, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, Iraq. Senior Master Sgt Gregory Williams

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2006
Airman 1st Class Danielle Woodcock prepares to draw some blood Dec. 19 from Donna Haugh, age 10, daughter of Master Sgt. and Mrs. Peter Haugh.  Airman Woodcock is a medical laboratory technician assigned to the 28th Medical Support Squadron at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D.  The lab recently was accredited by the College of American Pathologists  (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Nathan Riley) College of American Pathologists laud Ellsworth lab
The College of American Pathologists recently accredited the medical laboratory here after a fine-toothed comb inspection examining everything from needles and giant rubber bands all the way to each of the more than 1,000 processes involved in maintaining a lab. "(The CAP) actually goes through each and every one of our records to make sure we're
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2006
Tech. Sgt. Bernard Crump, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron, is informed by Col. Jeffry Smith, 28th Bomb Wing commander and Chief Master Sgt. John Gillette, Ellsworth command chief master sergeant, he has been selected for promotion to master sergeant under the Air Force’s stripes to exceptional performers program. Ellsworth's newest master sergeant

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2006
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