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Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Peterson, 28th Bomb Wing command chief, prepares for an incentive flight in a B-1 bomber at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D, June 30, 2015. Peterson’s flight was in recognition of his leadership as wing command chief and 30 years military service to the U.S. Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Ellsworth bids farewell to command chief, honors his 30 years of service
Editor's note: This is the final in a series of four articles on the Journey to Chief, what it takes to become a chief master sergeant and their experiences in their careers.As we near the end of the 2015 summer season, Ellsworth bids farewell to Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Peterson, former 28th Bomb Wing command chief, and recognizes his 30 years of
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Default Air Force Logo Defending Ellsworth’s assets
For many people, taking measures to ensure safety from terrorist activities may not be one of the first things they consider each day.However, one Ellsworth Airman has this as his primary responsibility.Russell Leatherman, 28th Bomb Wing Anti-Terrorism manager, explained how each day he researches and evaluates the latest terrorist threats around
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TJ Binder, 28th Force Support Squadron outdoor recreation technician, repairs a mountain bike at the Outdoor Recreation Center at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Sept. 11, 2015. Mountain bikes are one of many items that Airmen can rent from the facility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class James L. Miller/Released) Outdoor Rec, the place to get outdoor tech
With summer coming to a close and winter fast approaching, opportunities to rent summer equipment from the Outdoor Recreation Center won't last long."Now is the best time to rent equipment," said Troy Hampton, 28th Force Support Squadron outdoor recreation assistant. "You can use these last few warm days to rent out anything you didn't have a
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Default Air Force Logo 28 CES snow control gets down and dirty
Editor's note: this is the first in a series of two articles about the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron snow control flight and its mission.Even as 90-degree temperatures remind us that summer is not yet over, the Airmen of the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron snow control flight are already preparing their equipment for future winter storms.However, since
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Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Hofmann, 28th Operations Group superintendent, addresses a group of Airmen at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Aug. 27, 2015. As a chief, Hofmann is a key leader who brings substantial operational and occupational experience to his unit and Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Stay the course, anything is possible
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of four articles on the Journey to Chief, what it takes to become a chief master sergeant and their experiences in their careers."You're a cross-trainee. You're eight years' experience short of everybody else you will be competing with for Tech. Sgt. and I recommend you get as many assignments as you can
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Default Air Force Logo Inspector General: a resource for Airmen
Having fulfilled his lifelong dream of serving as a pilot for 20 years in the U.S. Air Force, Mark Schlichte was asked by his wing commander to consider applying for the 28th Bomb Wing inspector general position."It's a funny thing - besides being familiar with major command IGs [performing] inspections - I never really had a good idea about what
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1st Lt. Lauren Olme, 34th Bomb Squadron pilot, participates in a 5k Fun Run during a Comprehensive Airmen Fitness day, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Sept. 3, 2015. Physical activity and healthy nutrition habits help Airmen stay fit to fight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Sadie Colbert/Released) Exercise, eat right, fit to fight
With busy schedules and often busier home lives, Airmen sometimes forget the importance of exercise and a healthy diet.Ellsworth's Health Promotion office, formerly known as the Health and Wellness Center, leads the way by offering programs to promote the physical and nutritional health of Airmen.The 28th Bomb Wing also has a registered dietician
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Chief Master Sgt. Freddie Dorsey, 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron superintendent, serves as a key leader and holds a distinctive role in the Air Force. With his career experience and knowledge, Dorsey is able to provide mentorship, helping to develop Airmen into enlisted leaders of the future. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released)   One day at a time
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of four articles on the Journey to Chief, what it takes to become a chief master sergeant and their experiences in their careers.The year was 1988, right before Operation Desert Storm, when a track star from a small town in Florida decided he needed a change of pace and decided to join the U.S. Air
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Chief Master Sgt. Tracey House, 28th Medical Group superintendent, visits with Airman 1st Class Roderick Williams, 28th Medical Operations Squadron bioenvironmental technician, and other personnel in the 28th MDOS bioenvironmental shop at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., July 9, 2015. As a chief master sergeant, House brings substantial operational and occupational experience while developing subordinates into future enlisted leaders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Great supervisors and leaders are made, not born
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of four articles on the Journey to Chief, what it takes to become a chief master sergeant and their experiences in their careers."If my peers from high school could see me now, they would be shocked," said Chief Master Sgt. Tracey House, 28th Medical Group superintendent. "I was a punk."Growing up in
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The purpose of the equal opportunity program is to detect and eliminate unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, and barriers that keep individuals from being treated with dignity and respect in the work place. The program covers the human relations climate of the installation and the protective categories derived from Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act, to include race, sex, color, and national origin. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Sadie Colbert/Released) Equal opportunity director supports Airmen speaking up
Discrimination has been a problem worldwide for centuries, but the Air Force is doing its part to maintain a healthy and professional environment for everyone."There is no room in our family for sexual assault, discrimination, or harassment - any unprofessional behavior is unacceptable," said Col. Gentry Boswell, 28th Bomb Wing commander.When a
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