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Default Air Force Logo Ellsworth AFAF POCs
28th Bomb Wing POC Primary: Capt. Marcie May at 385-4475; Alternate: 1st Lt. Alex Datzman at 385-6856; Alternate: 2nd Lt. James Quigley at 385-5502 28th Bomb Wing staff Master Sgt. Paul Sherman at 385-2198 28th Comptroller Squadron 1st Lt.
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The Air Force Assistance Fund supports four official Air Force charities: The Air Force Aid Society, the Air Force Enlisted Village Indigent Widows' Fund, the Air Force Village Indigent Widows' Fund and the General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation. (U. S. Air Force graphic) Ellsworth AFAF campaign to kick off March 8
The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign at Ellsworth will kick off with a breakfast at Dakota's March 8 at 7 a.m. Now entering its 34th year of existence, the motto of this year's campaign, "Commitment to Caring," helps the AFAF donations all contribute directly to benefit active-duty, reserve, guard and retired Air Force people as well as their
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Default Air Force Logo ACC announces their 2006 Public Affairs achievement award winners
The following are the ACC 2006 Public Affairs achievement award winners: A. Individual Awards for Public Affairs Excellence - Wing Level Outstanding PA field grad officer 1st Place: Maj. Joseph Dellavedova, 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman AFB, Mo. 2nd Place: Maj. Wesley Miller IV, 1st Fighter Wing, Langley AFB, Va. 3rd Place: Maj. Todd White, 2nd Bomb
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2007
A B-1B Lancer carries the Sniper pod on its belly as it flies during a flight test Feb. 23 from Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The 419th Flight Test Squadron testers recently concluded the initial development of the Sniper pod installed on a B-1B. The Sniper pod is an advanced targeting pod with a multi-sensor system that increases the aircraft's self-targeting capability. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Zapka) Test squadron demonstrates Sniper pod capability
Members of the 419th Flight Test Squadron here recently completed its initial developmental testing of the Sniper pod installed on a B-1B Lancer, designed to increase the aircraft's self-targeting capability. The Sniper pod, manufactured by Lockheed Martin, is an advanced targeting pod with multi-sensor capability and allows the operator to
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2007
Maj. Wayne Catanzaro reaches his 4,500th flying hour at his weapons system officer station while flying a close air support mission. The B-1 is currently supporting Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom and has the capability to respond to different threats in separate theaters on the same day. Major Catanzaro recently returned to Ellsworth after a nearly five-month deployment to Southwest Asia.


Aviator sets ironman milestone
A B-1 weapons system officer here recently soared over the 4,500-flying hour milestone while strapped inside his Lancer - a feat impressing many people in the B-1 community. And he did it in style. Maj. Wayne Catanzaro, 28th Operations Support Squadron instructor weapons system officer, was flying a mission in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
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Default Air Force Logo Soft drinks can be hard on your child's teeth
With the increasing popularity of "extreme sports" among today's youth, many soft drink advertisers have begun to target children as consumers. As a result, some kids are passing up healthier calcium-rich milk and water to enhance their energy and improve their performance. In the past 10 years, soft drink consumption among children has almost
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2007
Don Dillon, AKAL security officer, checks the insurance and vehicle registration of an Ellsworth driver prior to letting him on base. Effective Feb. 7, Ellsworth no longer registers privately owned vehicles on base or distributes the Department of Defense Form 2220/DoD Vehicle Registration Decal. All Air Force bases have been directed to make the change by March 15. The initiative is expected to save the Air Force more than $700,000 annually. (U.S. Air Force photo\Senior Airman Josh Moshier) Decals no longer required for base entry
In accordance with Air Combat Command guidance, Ellsworth no longer requires base registration or the Department of Defense Form 2220, DoD Vehicle Registration Decal, for privately owned vehicles operated on base as of Feb. 7. Vehicle registration and insurance checks are now incorporated into random base entry point checks and antiterrorism
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2007
Twenty eighth Services Squadron fitness specialists Airman 1st Class Patrick Totzke (left) and Senior Airman Charles Stiles work together to assemble the latest addition to the Ellsworth Bellamy Fitness Center’s family room. The universal machine being assembled is the sixth piece of equipment to join the ensemble of treadmills, elliptical trainers and stationary bike available to parents who choose to take advantage of the recently renovated area that helps military members maintain combat readiness while keeping children supervised.  The room reopened Feb. 6. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Shanda L. De Anda) Family room renovations facilitate better child safety
Bellamy Fitness Center's Family Fitness Room reopened its doors to the Ellsworth community Feb. 6 after being closed for renovations. Although the family fitness room opened to provide parents with a place to workout with children, it's also representative of the services squadron's commitment to the Air Force priority of developing and caring for
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Default Air Force Logo Keeping B-1s over the bad guys
Ellsworth's B-1 carries the largest payload of weapons in the Air Force inventory, can loiter over the target area for extended periods of time and its 120,000 plus pounds of thrust can get it on top of America's adversaries anywhere in the world at a time of the combatant commander's choosing. But it takes more than a hot jet and great pilots to
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Ellsworth's newest enlisted leaders graduate
Twenty-eight senior airmen graduated from Ellsworth's Airman Leadership School and were recognized during a ceremony Feb. 8 at the Dakota's club. Award winners and graduates were: John Levitow Award Ronald Kuske, 28th Medical Support Squadron Distinguished Graduates Zurich Shanahan, 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Tasha McKain, 28th
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