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Colonel Ellsworth congratulates newest colonel
The Air Force selected one Ellsworth lieutenant colonel for promotion to colonel. The board considered 4,156 lieutenant colonels for promotions worldwide. Congratulations to the following colonel select: Lt. Col. Dean Hullings, 28th Mission Support Group deputy commander
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Web site to open sign-ups for Post-9/11 GI Bill transfers
It's official. The Defense Department signed off June 22 on policies and procedures servicemembers will use to transfer their unused Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to their spouses or children, a Pentagon official said June 23. Eligible servicemembers will be able to register their immediate family members to receive those benefits when a new Defense
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2009
Senior Airman Ryan Logan, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, sparks a propane torch during a pit fire here, June 19.  Ellsworth firefighters use pit fires to train new Airmen and Department of Defense civilian firefighters.  Pit fires are also used as refresher training for all 28th Bomb Wing firefighters. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Anthony Sanchelli) Ellsworth firefighters hone skills, guarantee readiness

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2009
Technical Sergeant Air Force officials announce newest technical sergeant selects
The Air Force announced the results for the technical sergeant promotion cycle June 18. Air Force officials selected 7,724 of 37,172 eligible staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant for a selection rate of 20.78 percent. The average score for those selected was 319.69, with an average time in grade and time in service of 5.68 and 10.85
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2009
Airman 1st Class Anthony Chipman, 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, performs an isochronal inspection on the right wing of a B-1B Lancer here, June 16. Airman Chipman is checking the wing for cracks, corrosion, and miscellaneous foreign object debris. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Corey Hook) 28th Maintenance Group ensures mission readiness

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2009
Airman 1st Class Chris Rofinot, 37th Bomb Squadron weapons load crew member, talks with Col. Jeffrey Taliaferro, 28th Bomb Wing commander, after the colonel's first commander's call here, June 16. Colonel Taliaferro discussed his vision, top priorities and expectations of the wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Anthony Sanchelli) Col. Jeffrey Taliaferro discusses Ellsworth mission in commander's call

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2009
Dakota's Club flyer 2009 "Instant Payback" Club Membership Campaign kicks off
In an effort to introduce more Air Force members to the benefits of being part of base clubs, the Air Force Services Agency recently kicked-off its 2009 Instant Payback Club Membership Campaign. Part of the campaign, any Ellsworth member who joins Dakota's Club between June 15 and August 15 will receive benefits not normally offered to first-time
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2009
Lt. Col. Dwain Slaughter, 28th Maintenance Squadron commander, mentors Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets as part of Operation Air Force here, June 11. Operation Air Force is a three-week program designed to provide cadets the opportunity to experience firsthand the day-to-day operations of an Air Force base. Cadets are immersed into the Air Force way of life through the use of tours, hands-on experience and shadowing Air Force personnel in a variety of career fields. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Adam Grant) Operation Air Force prepares future officers
As they continue their journey toward becoming commissioned officers, 14 Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets toured Ellsworth to view firsthand the daily operations and experiences of the United States Air Force. The cadets, visiting from various colleges and ROTC programs around the country, visited Ellsworth during the first phase of
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2009
The Defense Commissary Agency emblem. (Courtesy graphic) Ellsworth Commissary receives DeCA award
The Ellsworth Commissary recently received the 2009 Bill Nichols award for best large commissary at the Defense Commissary Agency's 2009 Conference and Training Event in Richmond, Va. DeCA awards this achievement for overall excellence in commissary operations and service with evaluations in four categories: accountability, unit cost, commissary
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Ellsworth out swings South Dakota National Guard in golf tournament
The Patriot Cup, part of the Battle of the Business Golf Tournament sponsored by the Rapid City Area Chamber of Commerce, recently concluded in a win for Ellsworth Airmen. It came down to the last hole when both teams were tied at 10-under par, and Ellsworth's team took the win over the South Dakota National Guard with Staff Sgt. Benjamin King, Air
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2009
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