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ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D.-- Senior Airman Brandon Dunphy, 28th Operations Support Squadron Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) NCO in charge, trains 34th Bomb Squadron aircrew on water survival procedures, Dec. 1. The purpose of water survival training is to familiarize aircrew with some of the scenarios they may encounter should their plane go down over water. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Corey Hook)
SERE ensures training for 34 BS aircrew

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ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. -- (Center left) Col. Jeffrey Taliaferro, 28th Bomb Wing commander, and Brig. Gen. Theodore Johnson, South Dakota Army National Guard 196th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade commander, drop the ceremonial first pucks during a Military Appreciation Night hockey game Nov. 20. More than 5,000 fans attended the game between the Colorado Eagles and Rapid City Rush. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Matthew Flynn)
Rush hosts Military Appreciation Night

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Senior Airman Anson Orr, 379th Expeditionary Comptroller Squadron customer service technician, assists a customer with military pay entitlements at a deployed location in Southwest Asia, Nov. 12, 2009. The 379 ECPTS handles all military pay issues for deployed members, as well as managing the budget for the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing. Airman Orr is deployed from Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. in support of operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Jason W. Edwards) Financial stewards ensure mission success
When servicemembers need foreign currency to purchase gifts and souvenirs from the local area, they visit the 379th Expeditionary Comptroller Squadron where they find ready and willing experts to assist servicemembers. However, helping servicemembers with currency exchange is just one part of the finance office's mission."Our mission is to provide
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Members of the Air Force defense look as defensive coach draws out coverage assignments, Nov. 7. An Air Force win would make the team bowl eligible for the third consecutive season. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Adam Grant) Outdoor Rec takes Airmen, families to see USAFA game
Outdoor recreation sponsored a trip to the Air Force Academy on Nov.7, for thirty-four individuals from Ellsworth to watch the Air Force Falcons play the Army Black Knights. The trip was one of several outdoor recreation opportunities for Airmen and families to experience the Black Hills and surrounding area. They also saw a familiar site before
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CCAF Crest Ellsworth congratulates CCAF graduates
Ninety Ellsworth personnel received their Community College of the Air Force associate degree diplomas during a graduation ceremony held at the Dakota's Club, Nov. 12. CCAF is the largest accredited community college in the United States. To date, 277,000 people have graduated from CCAF with more than 335,000 degrees awarded since its inception in
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ELLSWORTH AFB S.D. -- Seven shovels await use for the ground breaking of the newest entrance gate to the base, Nov. 5.  The new gate will replace the Patriot Gate. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Anthony Sanchelli)
Ellsworth holds ground breaking ceremony

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JOINT BASE BALAD, Iraq -- Airmen of the 732nd Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron prepare the grounds for a new container repair yard Nov. 2, 2009. By using containers repaired here instead of purchasing new ones, the projected savings total more than $100 million as military assets withdraw from Iraq. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Christopher Hubenthal) CE 'Dirt Boyz' build up reconstruction yard for drawdown
Airmen of the 732nd Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron's Detachment 6 are not only in the business of pushing dirt, but also in pushing the U.S. military closer to drawdown in Iraq. The team of Airmen has been tasked to level off a Saddam Hussein-era munitions storage area in order to create a workspace for the restoration of more than 30,000
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Staff Sgt. Sonyea Woolfork, 28th Medical Support Squadron pharmacy technician, verifies the labeling on prescribed medication here, Oct 27. After Sergeant Woolfork verifies theinformation, the prescribed medicine will go on the shelves until picked up by patients. The Ellsworth pharmacy fills an average of 130,000 prescriptions a year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Adam Grant) Prescription meds: Proceed with caution
With a steady military healthcare system and a variety of medical resources in the Air Force, it can be difficult for some Airmen to ensure their prescribed medications are current. When Airmen ignore inspecting their medicine cabinets they risk possible damage to their careers and can also jeopardize their health. "Because Airmen are usually in
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Seven Peterson senior master sergeants discovered that they had been selected for promotion to chief master sergeant.  Ellsworth congratulates newest chief
The Air Force selected one Ellsworth senior master sergeant for promotion to chief master sergeant. Air Force officials selected 475 of 2,276 eligible senior master sergeants for promotion to chief master sergeant for a selection rate of 20.87 percent. Congratulations to the following chief master sergeant select:Senior Master Sgt. Larry D. Dorsey,
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Default Air Force Logo New enlisted leaders graduate ALS
Twenty-seven Airmen graduated from Ellsworth's Airman Leadership School and were recognized during a ceremony Nov. 4 at the base theatre. Award winners were: John L. Levitow Senior Airman Amanda Cosme Leadership Award Senior Airman Jenna Rogers Distinguished Graduate Senior Airman Marquasa Conan Senior Airman Darnell Strakes Academic Achievement
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