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Staff Sgt. Scott Greco, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal team chief, operates a bomb disposal robot at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Aug. 27, 2014. In addition to supporting the 28th Bomb Wing, EOD serves on call for a 200 mile radius around Ellsworth, to include Wyoming, Nebraska and Montana. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker) EOD makes bombs go boom
Today, the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal flight supports and responds to a variety of response requests within the entire state of South Dakota, as well as portions of Wyoming, Nebraska and Montana within a 200 mile radius of Ellsworth."The sole job for EOD is to protect personnel, property and equipment," said Tech.
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Staff Sgt. Shannon Olson, 28th Bomb Wing chaplain assistant, takes care of daily tasks inside her office at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Aug. 28, 2014. As a chaplain assistant, Olson provides administrative support to Chaplains, supplying the logistics necessary to ensure their ministries continue successfully. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio/Released) Keeping up the faith
It has been said that behind every great man stands a great woman, the same can be said that behind every great chaplain stands a great chaplain assistant. Staff Sgt. Shannon Olson, 28th Bomb Wing chaplain assistant, is one of a team of great chaplain assistants stationed at Ellsworth.Olson began her military career in a munitions squadron running
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Staff Sgt. Bobby Pantfoeder, Ellsworth Honor Guard NCO in charge, stands fully recovered from his motorcycle crash during an interview at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. August 21, 2014. The safety equipment Pantfoeder was wearing saved his life during the accident that happened earlier this summer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rebecca Imwalle/Released) Having the strength to keep riding
In a community where riding motorcycles peaks in popularity, motorcyclists fully know the risks that come with riding, but not many think they will face a life-threatening injury.Staff Sgt. Bobby Pantfoeder, Ellsworth Honor Guard NCO in charge, is living proof that simple protective measures can be the deciding factor in determining one's fate.
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Senior Airman Bradley Sutter, 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels laboratory technician, draws fuel from a fuel tank at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., July 30, 2014. Fuel samples are collected and then tested by technicians to ensure fuel is clean and contaminant free. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released) POL: Fueling the fight
Each day thousands of gallons of fuel are pumped into various government assets across the base, allowing them to operate at peak performance levels and ensuring mission success. 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels technicians play a vital role by monitoring this process, pulling samples of fuel from tanks and pumps across the base to test and
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Default Air Force Logo Driving to safety
With summer officially here, many Airmen and their families may choose to travel across the country to see family and friends, or simply explore the Black Hills.No matter how far the destination, safety should not be overlooked while preparing for and participating in such trips - especially when driving. Michael Walter, 28th Bomb Wing safety and
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Few realize that while they are behind the wheel, they control a 2,000-pound guided missile capable of causing property damage, personal injury, or even death. Air Force Instruction 31-218 “Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision,” along with Ellsworth's supplement 31-204, outlines the regulations for safe operation of motor vehicles while on base. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Senior Airman Zachary Hada/Released) The Dangers of Distracted Driving
Airmen and their families rely on their vehicles to commute to and from work, sometimes with unnecessary distractions.Few realize that while behind the wheel, their vehicle acts as a 2,000-pound extension of themselves capable of causing property damage, personal injury or even death.As a result, Ellsworth, the state and the local area all have
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Senior Airman Brandon Highlander, 28th Security Forces Squadron response force member, and Shawen Stolz, 28th SFS police officer, enter a room during an active shooter training exercise at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., July 23, 2014. Security forces personnel participated in active shooter training in low lighting conditions with lighted targets, which aid with hand eye coordination and shooting accuracy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Hailey R. Staker/Released) 28th SFS, MDOS implement Defender's Edge
Crime scenes, suicides, shootings - these are the types of situations security forces personnel at Ellsworth and across the Air Force could potentially encounter during their careers. For the past two years, the 28th Security Forces Squadron has worked to implement Defender's Edge, a training program designed to provide security forces members with
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Staff Sgt. Brian Turney, 28th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handler, relaxes with his dog, Nnicholas, during a day of training in the outskirts of Rapid City, S.D., July 17, 2014. During training, it is very important for dogs and their handlers to have time to bond, which increases rapport and trust; ultimately ensuring mission success. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rebecca Imwalle/ Released) An Airman's best friend
It is said that a dog is a man's best friend. Military working dog handlers from the 28th Security Forces Squadron take this to another level, understanding that building and maintaining a strong bond with their canine partners ensures mission success and can sometimes be the difference between life and death.Adding to the pack of four-legged
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Default Air Force Logo SARC office looking for new victim advocates
Ellsworth is currently home to more than 30 victim advocates who sacrifice their time to ensure no sexual assault victim has to endure the recovery process alone.The 28th Bomb Wing Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office is currently looking for prospective victim advocates to add to a limited number of openings for the program and is
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Default Air Force Logo Customs and courtesies, an MTI's perspective
Have you ever seen someone in uniform walk past while looking at their phone or maybe someone saluted an officer, but the officer didn't salute back? What about seeing people walk out of a building so close to 5 p.m., but run straight back in to avoid saluting the flag during retreat? These are all examples of Airmen who lack of respect or
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