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Default Air Force Logo A weekend at the track
While Ellsworth was bogged down in sub-zero temperatures, a contingent of Ellsworth maintainers and operators spent the weekend in Daytona, Fla., to support two Air Force approved flyovers during the Daytona 500 weekend Friday through Sunday.Among the thousands of spectators, vendors and race crews were members of the Air Force Motorsports team,
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Default Air Force Logo Uniform board releases results
The 97th Air Force Uniform Board released their newest results for proper wear of the uniform.The board met in October and discussed everything from eliminating the Air Force Good Conduct Medal to maternity uniforms.In addition, a Headquarters Air Force badge will be available this summer. The badge provides a distinct identification of military
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Default Air Force Logo Cub scouts race homemade pinewood cars
Base Cub Scouts met at Dakota’s Club Feb. 3 for their annual Pinewood Derby race.Little has changed in the Pinewood derby since it began in 1953. The goal of the race is to have scouts design a car to race in the derby.The scouts, ranging in ages from 6 to 12, carved their ‘race cars’ out of a block of pinewood. The wood, four nails and four wheels
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Default Air Force Logo ORE shows base progress toward ORI
Official grades for the 28th Bomb Wing’s Phase II Operational Readiness Exercise Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 weren’t available by press time, however, exercise officials stressed the wing is headed in the right direction.“The wing is making progress,” said Lt. Col. Lucien Grise, 28th BW wing plans division chief. “We’re learning what still needs work,
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Default Air Force Logo National Guardsman soars into Super Bowl XL
Bryce Fisher the “Guardsman” can earn a medal or a ribbon or receive a commander’s coin for a job well done.Now, Bryce Fisher the “football player” has a shot at a Super Bowl ring and a title his hometown has been waiting 30 years for.The Seattle Seahawks, the newly crowned National Football Conference champions, will play the American Football
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2006
Default Air Force Logo LRS takes two from CES ‘A,’ in control of National League
The 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron swept the two-game regular season series from the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron ‘A’ team, winning 52-48 Jan. 24 and 45-42 Jan. 26 at the Bellamy Fitness Center to claim sole possession of first place in the base intramural basketball National League.Elliot Young led the way for LRS in the first contest with a
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Default Air Force Logo Thunderbirds soar into 2006
The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron is set for a busy and historic season in 2006, including more than 70 demonstrations in 27 states.The team will also be making history with the first female demonstration team pilot in the United States. Capt. Nicole Malachowski from Las Vegas, Nev., will be flying in the Number 3 position, as
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Survey says ... tell HRMA your opinion
Ellsworth members’ input is needed for the base’s Housing Require-ments and Market Analysis survey.The short, Web-based survey is available Monday through March 6 at http://www.airforcehousingsurvey.com/hrma2006/ellsworth.The purpose of this survey is to identify housing conditions today that can help forecast housing conditions in the future, said
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Default Air Force Logo ALS rest rooms newly renovated
The rest room renovations at the Samuel O. Turner Airman Leadership School were completed Jan. 10, and ALS class 06-3 became the first in-resident class at the facility since the project began Aug. 10, 2005.The approximately $215,000 project took four months to complete.“These renovations bring the rest rooms at our facility up to the standard of
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Default Air Force Logo Nightingale drops 30 on CS in bomb squadrons’ victory
Justin Nightingale lit up the scoreboard Jan. 19 for 30 points, leading the 34th Bomb Squadron/37th Bomb Squadron to a 49-35 victory over the 28th Communications Squadron in intramural basketball National League action at the Bellamy Fitness Center. Nightingale’s scoring spree was almost enough in itself to handle the talented CS team. Justin
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