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Brian Lewis, an advocacy board member for Protect Our Airmen and a sexual assault survivor, spoke at the Deployment Center as a part of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month in at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., April 11, 2017. Lewis spoke on the importance of acknowledging male sexual assault victims as well as highlighting the avenues of support victims have. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald C. Knechtel) The life of a victim: a survivor’s story
Sexual assault is a topic at the forefront of news, movies and TV. There is a stigma that females are the only victims of sexual assault. However, males are included in this list as well. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office, was established to educate, advocate, and collaborate to respond to and stop sexual assault and its harmful effects on the Air Force.
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Tech Sgt. Corey Goodfellow, the noncommissioned officer in charge of the First Term Airmen Center, learned of his relationship to 1st Lt. John Goodfellow, the namesake of Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, once he had enlistment in the Air Force. Corey aspires to leave a legacy like his distant relative, John Goodfellow, and make his family proud. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Donald C. Knechtel) A legacy of valor - remembering Lt. Goodfellow
Family legacies, if left unspoken, can fade away into time and be forgotten. This does not necessarily mean lost. Although, it can be difficult to recover their stories, even when they are hidden in plain sight.
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Members of the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron finish installing low-barring walls in a Habitat for Humanity home in Rapid City, S.D., March 23, 2017. During the build, members of the 28th CES were able to participate as a team and enhance their construction skills for use while deployed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald C. Knechtel) 28th CES sharpens skills, helps local community
Airmen from the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron improve their construction skills by participating and building eight new homes in a Habitat for Humanity event in Rapid City, S.D.These projects not only provide Airmen an opportunity to help local families by building homes, but also the ability for individuals to build a sense of purpose and
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A B-1 bomber is hooked up to the Consolidated Aircraft Support System at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., March 16, 2017. The CASS is made up of multiple structures and parts beneath the flight line used to provide both air and power to support the B-1 during pre-flight inspections. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald C. Knechtel) In CASS you were wondering, B-1 AC gets revamped
Sunlight pours lazily over the horizon as birds chirp their songs, flying gently in the breeze. Within an instant this tranquility is replaced by the sound of a B-1 bombers’ mighty roar, a lean, mean fighting machine ready to dispense combat airpower – anytime, anywhere.
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A B-1 bomber assigned to the 37th Bomb Squadron launches for exercise Combat Raider March 15, 2017, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. The B-1 was first stationed at Ellsworth in 1987 and has been involved in every Large Scale Exercise at the Powder River Training Complex, north of Belle Fourche, S.D. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Nicolas Z. Erwin) B-1 capabilities, then and now – A JTAC Story
ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. – Under the sweltering heat of the desert sun, 56 members of a U.S. combat patrol methodically traverse the uneven terrain of the Afghanistan valley on yet another mission designed to put the presence of the Afghanistan Army out there for their citizens to see. Forging ahead in the heat and 80 pounds of battle rattle,
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Airman 1st Class David Betchley, an aircraft electrical and environmental systems journeyman assigned to the 28th Maintenance Squadron, changes a volt amp sensor on a B-1 bomber at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., March 8, 2017. After every 800 flight hours, Ellsworth’s bombers are sent to hangar 73 to receive an in-depth inspection process that lasts over the course of 20 days. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Denise M. Jenson) Time for a tune-up
It’s a crisp, clear morning at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., and Airmen from every squadron are working hard to contribute to the mission of the 28th Bomb Wing - guarantee our nation's expeditionary combat power, anywhere on the globe.
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The month of March is Women’s History Month, dedicated to recognizing and honoring women for their contributions to the fight for justice and equality.
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Chief Master Sgt. Adam J. Vizi is the command chief master sergeant of the 28th Bomb Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Anania Tekurio) Battlefield Airman – Meet the new command chief
The command chief of an installation leads its enlisted force and serves as the primary advisor to the commander on matters concerning morale, welfare, war-fighting effectiveness, operational utilization and professional development.So, it takes a certain kind of Airman to lead more than 2,500 Ellsworth Raiders. Chief Master Sgt. Adam Vizi and his
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Senior Airman Amanda Williams, a food service journeyman assigned to the 28th Force Support Squadron prepares fresh vegetables for the lunch rush at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 6, 2016. Ellsworth recently became the Air Force Global Strike Command finalist for the John L. Hennessy award, which recognizes the best dining facility in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Randahl J. Jenson) “Three-peat”: Raider Café triumphs
The Raider Café, the source which fuels Ellsworth’s bomber Airmen, was recently named as the Air Force Global Strike Command finalist for the John. L. Hennessy award for the third year in a row.
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Senior Airman Jonell Sanchez, an air traffic controller assigned to the 28th Operations Support Squadron, trains in a simulation at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Jan. 25, 2017. The training involves sending beacon codes for Ellsworth approach while the radar system is “down.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald C. Knechtel) Airman overcomes barrier, guards the sky
Aircraft take to the air, navigating the highways of the sky among the birds and the breeze to reach their destination. These aviators rely on air traffic controllers to guide them safely and accurately through the open blue above.The main service air traffic controllers provide is to maintain a safe environment for the pilots. This is accomplished
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