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A B-1 Lancer from the 28th Bomb Wing practices "touch and go" procedures at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., on Thursday, April 13, 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Angela Ruiz)
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Default Air Force Logo Foam test e-mail overflows with perception problems
A B-1 hangar is filled with more suds than a jolly-green-giant-sized keg. There are people standing around with suds up to their eyeballs. People are standing on top of the rafters in the building as foam and bubbles continue to rise.Did a glacier melt in South Dakota? Did some kind of ultra-secret government underground brewery guarded by a pack
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Default Air Force Logo Load crew competition tests best crews in wing
"Crew, Attention! Break," echoes through the hangar April 7, marking the start of the first Weapons Load Crew of the Quarter competition for 2006. The four-member team springs into action from the attention-like stance held during the pre-competition safety briefing.Participation in this competition is earned through proven performance, and the
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Default Air Force Logo March 2006 Articles 15
Two Ellsworth Airmen received Articles 15 in March.An airman first class from the 28th Maintenance Squadron received an Article 15 for one specification of drunk driving. Punishment consisted of a reduction to airman basic, 45 days extra duty and 45 days restriction to base.An airman first class from the 28th Mission Support Squadron received an
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Default Air Force Logo March 2006 discharges
Five Ellsworth Airmen were discharged in March in accordance with Air Force Instruction 36-3208, Administrative Separation of Airmen.An airman basic from the 28th Maintenance Squadron was involuntarily discharged on March 3 for a pattern of misconduct - specifically, conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline. Prior to being discharged, the
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force announces new call center locations
Air Force officials announced today the proposed sites for the Air Force Financial Services Center and the Air Force Claims Service Center (AFCSC).These choices resulted from analyzing several competing locations lasting more than eight months, and involved support and coordination from many communities for which the Air Force is very thankful. The
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Default Air Force Logo DOD program helps employers, reservists
A Department of Defense program is easing the transition from business suit to battle dress uniform and back again for Reserve and Guard members serving throughout the world.The national committee for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, or ESGR, is a nationwide network of nearly 4,200 volunteers who facilitate communication between
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Default Air Force Logo ACC takes combat search, rescue assets under wing
Air Combat Command took administrative control of select Air Force combat search and rescue assets from Air Force Special Operations Command Monday as part of a realignment announced in February.The transfer ensures Air Force combat search and rescue, or CSAR, is directly linked to the combat air forces and the personnel they support. This
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen speak in 2005 climate survey
More than half of all Airmen participated in the 2005 chief of staff organization climate survey, which allows participants to voice their opinions on issues affecting them and their jobs.Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. T. Michael Moseley released the results of the survey to all the major commands March 31.Strong leadership focus on the
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Default Air Force Logo New civilian personnel system to mean slight pay raise for most
Most of the first 11,000 Defense Department civilian employees to convert to the new civilian personnel system in April will receive a pay increase, an official said March 30.About 85 percent of people will see an initial bump in pay when they are enrolled in the new National Security Personnel System, or NSPS, said Ms. Joyce Frank, spokeswoman for
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