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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
0 8/13
2015
Senior Airman Mark Bush, Multinational Division Baghdad military working dog handler, and MWD Chukky search for explosives during a training session at Camp Victory, Iraq, Oct. 28, 2009. After being deployed twice together, Bush, now a staff sergeant with the 28th security forces squadron, adopted Chukky July 10, 2015, following four years of separation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Johnny L. Saldivar/Released) Air Force MWD handler reunites with best friend
"It was a very long day of searching [a village in Iraq]," said Staff Sgt. Mark Bush, 28th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, referring to one day during a deployment to Iraq in 2010. "We searched vehicles in the area for hours, both parked and passing through."Earlier this month, Bush seized the opportunity of a lifetime,
0 8/10
2015
Texting while driving is illegal and can result in hefty fines, driver’s license point reductions and suspensions. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, at least 3,300 drivers are killed annually from distracted driving while another 424,000 are injured each year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Sadie Colbert/Released) Consequences of distracted driving
In a fast-paced environment where individuals juggle work schedules and family obligations, distractions often lead drivers into making risky decisions while on the road."Immediately, most people think of cellphone use when talking about distracted driving," said Staff Sgt. Kenneth Hill, 28th Bomb Wing ground safety technician. "It's not just
0 8/03
2015
Staff Sgt. Justin McEldowney, 28th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment technician, performs an operations check on a Combat Survival Evader Locator radio at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., June 25, 2015. The 28th Bomb Wing is the first B-1 unit in the Air Force to use this device, helping to enhance aircrew search and rescue capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Ellsworth's aircrew flight equipment first to implement CSEL radios in B-1 Bomber
Airmen from the 28th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment shop help enhance aircrews' capabilities with a new device they are currently testing -the Combat Survival/Evader Locator.The new communication system provides aviators with the ability to transmit secure digital global positioning system derived location information in
0 7/22
2015
Airman 1st Class Grant Krause and Senior Airman Spencer Butler, 28th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers, stand in front of the air traffic control tower at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., June 24, 2015. Krause and Butler rescued three animals from an apartment fire in Rapid City, S.D., June 20. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released) Airmen recognized for saving pets from apartment fire
The day started with an attempt to go rock climbing, but with a storm rolling in, they turned around and headed into town. As they drove along, they noticed smoke from an apartment fire billowing into the air."We thought we'd watch the firefighters battle the fire and film it with my phone and [my friend's] camera," said Airman 1st Class Grant
0 7/07
2015
Senior Airman Morissa Martin, 28th Medical Operations Squadron aerospace medical technician, shadow boxes during her workout at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 19, 2015. Each week, Martin participates in a high-intensity exercise program with her coworkers to achieve fitness goals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rebecca Imwalle/Released) Building strength, transforming Airmen
The Air Force's Comprehensive Airman Fitness program aims to develop resiliency through an all-encompassing approach to fitness. It focuses on building four pillars of mental, physical, social and spiritual strength in each Airman as the cornerstones of this fortitude.One such pillar, physical fitness, focuses on the ability to adopt and sustain
0 5/26
2015
Col. Kevin Kennedy, 28th Bomb Wing commander, addresses Ellsworth Airmen during a commanders call inside the Pride Hangar at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., April 23, 2015. Kennedy kicked off Comprehensive Airman Fitness day events by highlighting the importance of social resilience and sexual assault prevention and response training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Expanding your social circle
The Air Force's Comprehensive Airman Fitness program aims to develop resiliency through an all-encompassing approach to fitness. It focuses on building four pillars of mental, physical, social and spiritual strength in each Airman as the cornerstones of this fortitude.One such pillar, social fitness, teaches the ability to engage in healthy social
0 5/12
2015
Blake Greenfield, 28th Medical Operation Squadron physician assistant, performs a check-up at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., April 6, 2015. The collective efforts of members from the Ellsworth Family Health Clinic led to the winning of the 2014 Air Force Medical Service Outstanding Patient Center Medical Home award. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rebecca Imwalle/Released) 28th MDG sets the bar for patient care
Recently, the Dental and Family Health Clinics won Air Combat Command and Air Force level awards, respectively, setting the standard for other medical facilities service-wide.Throughout the past year, members from the 28th Medical Group dedicated countless hours toward improving patient care, earning clinics several accolades among the top Air
0 5/05
2015
Default Air Force Logo Critical Days of Summer fast approaching, watch for children on bicycles
Spring is here and with it comes the desire to spend many hours outside enjoying the weather. As activities around base kick-off for summer fun, it is important parents and children on base know the rules for bicycle and pedestrian safety."Our role is to educate and make sure the word gets out for safety," said Tech Sgt. Shane Christian, 28th Bomb
0 4/30
2015
Default Air Force Logo Sexual Assault: A conversation with a survivor
She had just returned from a party her freshman year in college when a close friend of the family and trusted mentor did the unthinkable. It was the first weekend she'd been allowed to stay off campus. After having one too many drinks she was picked up from the party by her boyfriend and driven to the home of her rapist to sleep it off until
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2015
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