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Staff Sgt. Lorenzo Woodard, 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron communication navigation mission systems lead technician, installs a radar component on a B-1 Bomber at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Nov. 12, 2014. The 28th Maintenance Group quality assurance inspectors perform personal evaluations to ensure quality maintenance is being performed, both correctly and safely. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released) QA inspectors ensure compliance, safety for B-1 maintenance
The 28th Maintenance Group quality assurance inspectors provide continuity throughout the maintenance squadrons by conducting evaluations that ensure Airmen are performing their tasks accurately, effectively and safely.Within the QA office, approximately 14 inspectors dedicated to specific units, including the 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron,
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Senior Airman Samantha Rule, 28th Mission Support Group administrator, performs a circuit-training workout at the Pride Hangar at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Nov. 4, 2014. Rule has been participating in circuit training since July as a way to increase her physical fitness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rebecca Imwalle/ Released) Physical and mental resiliency through fitness
Two Airmen from the 28th Mission Support Group have taken personal physical training to another level, participating in circuit-training classes to become fit to fight through a fun yet challenging physical workout.Many Airmen participate in squadron physical training sessions on a regular basis, which can include distance runs, sprints, or
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Maj. Charles Malone, 28th Medical Operations Squadron optometrist, performs a slit lamp test on Master Sgt. Mark Slater, 28th MDOS NCO in charge of optometry, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 24, 2014. Slit lamps provide the optometrist with a magnified view of the internal and external portions of the eye to identify cuts, scrapes, tears, foreign objects or infections. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Zachary Hada/Released) Optometry helps Airmen see eye-to-eye
Vision can mean the difference between life and death in the military. Aiming a weapon effectively, parachuting out of an aircraft or patrolling your area of responsibility would be incredibly difficult without a healthy set of eyes.To help the 28th Bomb Wing mission succeed and to keep Airmen safe, the 28th Medical Operations Squadron optometry
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Members of the Air Force skeet shooting team pose for a group photo during the 2014 World Skeet Championship at the National Shooting Complex, San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 26, 2014. The team claimed the Five-Man World Military Champion title, beating the Marine Corps in every event they participated in. (Courtesy photo) Ellsworth dentist claims 2014 World Military Skeet Championship title
An Airman from the 28th Medical Operations Squadron was named the World Military Champion at the 2014 World Skeet Championship while competing as a member of the Air Force skeet shooting team, Sept. 26 through Oct. 3.While stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Capt. Andrew Thorsen, 28th MDOS general dentist, met the Air Force skeet
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Default Air Force Logo Fischer: not dying, not going to
"When I found out I had cancer, I never cried," said Jill Fischer, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron operations flight secretary. "I looked at my husband and said 'You know what. I am not dead, I am not dying and I am not going to.'"In December 2008, Fischer was only three months into a deployment with the Army as a force support NCO when she started
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Default Air Force Logo My grandpa was a gun jumper
An Airman here recently discovered that his grandfather was among a small group of Americans who joined the Canadian military to thwart the tyranny of Nazi Germany prior to our country entering World War II."I had heard stories that my grandfather - and others like him - were concerned about the war raging in Europe and how it would eventually
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Dennis Lipp and Bruce Carpenter, Dean Kurtz construction company workers, roll out waterproofing fabric before covering the roof of a basement with sealant at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 23, 2014. The 28th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering flight worked with local contractors to repair base structures, and has contracted 47 future base projects to be designed and constructed in 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released)  Engineering: behind the scenes
Editor's note: This is the last in a series of articles about the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron and all they offer to the 28th Bomb Wing.Within the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron, a flight consisting of 38 military and civilian personnel works to ensure the projects you see around the base are adequately planned, funded and constructed per the
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Staff Sgt. Gina Rosales, 28th Medical Operation Squadron dental laboratory technician, fabricates a metal crown for a patient at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 17, 2014. Rosales is entrusted with the fabrication and repair of dentures, metal or porcelain crowns, bridges, orthodontic devices, mouth guards and other types of appliances designed to restore the appearance, function and health in patients. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Zachary Hada/Released) Air Force artistry promotes mission readiness
Unbeknownst to many, when Airmen need dental work, they turn to dentists who then look to the expertise of dental laboratory specialists, master craftsmen who use the latest tools and techniques to craft everything from dentures to crowns to meet the patient's dental needs.These specialists are found in the 28th Medical Operations Squadron dental
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ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. -- Wives of deployed Airmen endure through a spin class at the Bellamy Fitness Center, Feb. 2.  The "Freedom Miles" program was developed by key spouse Lori Waddell, 28th Force Support Squadron, as a means to stay active and meet other spouses of deployed Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Anthony Sanchelli)


Better Body Better Life
Better Body Better Life is a five-week Air Force healthy living program that focuses on three major aspects of health- nutrition, behavior and fitness classes Tues-Thursday of every week.   Geri Seal, 28th Medical Group health promotion program manager, has been teaching fitness classes for more than 27 years.   "I truly love my job," Seal said.
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Airman 1st Class Sidney Conner, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron Water and Fuel System Maintenance journeyman, removes a pipe during construction in Borglum Hall on Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 9, 2014. The WFSM Airmen, along with other civil engineer sections, are working together to renovate two dormitory kitchens, ensuring each room is uniform with previous dormitory renovations as part of a quality of life upgrade. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released) 28th CES the landlords
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of articles about the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron and all they offer to the 28th Bomb Wing.When turning on a light switch or driving down the road, Airmen probably don't think about who has control over the electrical systems or the various sections responsible for structural maintenance around base.The
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