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Airman 1st Class Derdk Henson, 28th Contracting Squadron contract administrator. Airman 1st Class Derek Henson
Airman 1st Class Derek Henson 28th Contracting Squadron contract administrator What does your job entail? Acquiring goods and services for organizations around Ellsworth What do you like about your job? The interaction with customers Where are you from? Carrollton, Ill. What do you like about the Air Force? The sense of respect I get from doing my
0 12/04
2006
Senior Airman Kenneth K. Morgan Jr., 28th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician. Senior Airman Kenneth K. Morgan Jr.
Senior Airman Kenneth K. Morgan Jr. 28th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician What does your job entail? The mental health technician's job entails doing intake interviews, mental health emergency assessments, patient triage, substance abuse assessments, psychological testing for mental health patients along with military training
0 12/04
2006
Default Air Force Logo Ellsworth Airman competes at Worldwide Talent Contest
Last week an Ellsworth Airman won second place in the instrumentalist category of the Worldwide Talent Contest. Staff Sgt. Michael Methven, 28th Communications Squadron wing information assurance manager competed with sixty-one other active duty Airmen Nov. 5 through 13 in the annual week-long challenge at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, between
0 11/30
2006
Default Air Force Logo Deployed: Contracting Airman serves special operations forces
An Ellsworth Airman deployed to Balad Air Base, Iraq, has a unique look into the continuing Global War on Terrorism. Senior Airman Angela Hepworth, contingency contracting officer for Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Arabian Peninsula is actively supporting special operations forces ensuring the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who
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2006
Ellsworth participates in Festival of Lights parade Nov. 25. Forty-five volunteers began working on Ellsworth's float in late August and continued until the last of the lights were attached Nov. 24, the morning before the parade. Ellsworth won the Mayor's Choice award for non-profit.
Ellsworth shines

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2006
Heart Link, a program spearheaded by the Airman and Family Readiness Center, is designed to empower military spouses and supply them with useful information that helps with the unique challenges facing military families. The class provides information on base services and programs direct to the military spouse that sometimes doesn't come home with the busy military member. Airman and Family Readiness focuses on the "Heart" of the family
Frequent moves and regular deployments are an inevitable part of military life. To arm spouses with the tools they need after arriving to a new base and while their military spouse is deployed, the Airman and Family Readiness Center in conjunction with base leadership offers a program for both civilian and military spouses. The new Heart Link
0 11/21
2006
To purchase 28th Bomb Wing Holiday Party tickets, please contact the appropriate representative above. Wing hosts holiday party
The 28th Bomb Wing Holiday Christmas party is scheduled for Dec. 1 from 6 to 11 p.m. at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn. The party is open to Ellsworth employees and their families and fees are staggered based on rank and grade. The fee will cover a dinner of either London broil or dijion and parmesan-encrusted chicken and entertainment. Part of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo East Waterline Transfer frequently asked questions as of Nov. 1
1. Why has the Air Force been operating a water line? Between 1996 and 2000, the Air Force constructed a waterline to provide an alternative source of drinking water to individual property owners whose wells were affected by groundwater contamination extending to the east from Ellsworth AFB. The contamination was from trichloroethylene (TCE), a
0 11/21
2006
Educational opportunities are a benefit that hasn't gone away in these times of shrinking budgets and personnel cuts. Any local base education office can assist Airmen in tailoring a degree program that meets their specific needs and goals. The Air Force is placing a bigger emphasis on advanced education in regards to promotion opportunities for Airmen as well. Higher education leads to success
Today's air expeditionary Airman is deploying longer and more often than ever before in a world of shrinking budgets, bonuses and manpower. However, one benefit that hasn't gone away in these changing times is the educational opportunities offered by the Air Force. Those opportunities are becoming more important for anyone considering the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Ellsworth Airmen to wear new badge
After graduating from technical school, most Airmen receive one occupational badge to distinguish themselves as authorities in their field. When Airmen in the civil engineer readiness career field graduate, they now get two. The new badge, approved in February, will uniquely identify Air Force readiness personnel for their combined knowledge of
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2006
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