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Members from Ellsworth participate in a round of Texas Hold’ em June 8 at the Dakotas. Texas Hold’ em starts at 6:30 p.m. every Friday night through Aug. 24. It’s free for club members to play and $10 for all others. Prizes are given each week to the top three finishers and the top finisher will play in a final match at the end of the season for a round-trip ticket to Las Vegas. For more information, call Dakotas Club at 385-1765. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell) Texas Hold' em, Armed Forces Style
The hottest card game has hit the coolest spot on base. Dakota's is once again hosting its annual Texas Hold 'em tournament with twice as many chances to win. With two tournaments running from June 1 to August 24 and then September 7 to November 16, Friday nights are all about fun. Enjoy food and beverage specials starting at 4:00 p.m. with play at
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Master Sgt. Joey Parks instructs a class of Senior Airman on communciation techniques. Master Sgt. Parks is the new flight chief of the Samuel O. Turner Airman Leadership School here. Samuel O. Turner Airman Leadership School's new flight chief
His uniform is pressed with a perfect crease running down his master sergeant stripes, his boots are highly shined with no blemishes, his hair cut is kept high and tight he portrays himself as a true Air Force professional and his actions will affect many Airmen. Master Sgt. Joey Parks, currently in his 21st year of service and a Senior Master Sgt.
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen selected for commissioning
Three Ellsworth Airmen were recently selected to participate in commissioning programs and will depart this summer to start their process of becoming the next future leaders of tomorrows Airmen. Staff Sgt. Jacob Roney, 28th Comptroller Squadron customer service technician, was selected to attend Officer Training School at Maxwell Air Force Base
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General Ronald E. Keys, Air Combat Command commander, said the Air Force is looking to get a next-generation long-range bomber by 2018.  The command is funded for a new bomber, he said during his presentation Sept. 26 at the Air Force Association's Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition in Washington D.C.  Meanwhile, the current bomber fleet, including this B-1B Lancer, flying over the Pacific Ocean, will continue to be a mainstay in the war on terrorism.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) To The Other Side Of The World In 'The Mighty B-ONE' -- part 2
Editors note: This is the final part of a 2-part article.8 p.m. We are somewhere on the eastern side of the Atlantic. It's now dark and will be for the remainder of the flight until just before we land. We've been giving our positions at every longitude and latitude crossing via the high frequency radio to reporting stations located on the east
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Senior Airman Benjamin Sanner, 28th Comptroller Squadron customer service technician, assists a customer at the finance office here.  Finance is located at the Rushmore center and customer service hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Whats wrong with my paycheck?
It is May 14 and Senior Airman Joe Snuffy approaches the customer service counter at the 28th Comptroller Squadron finance office. Airman Snuffy wants to change an insurance allotment and wants it to take affect on his May 15 paycheck. The finance technician relays they can help him but it will not update until his June 1 paycheck. The technician
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Florida firefighters Ronny Garcia (pictured right) and Kevin Reed give a SAFE brief to Ellsworth Airmen April 27 at the base theater.  SAFE features members of the medical and law enforcement  community who share their no-hold barred and grittily honest experiences with audiences around the world. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell) Discussing tragedies to prevent future ones
Florida fire fighter Ronny Garcia left the balmy, white-sand and palm tree laden beaches of his home state to deliver a somber message to the Black Hills community and Ellsworth's Airmen. "Take care of your friends; don't let them drive after drinking," he said. "Live a long and healthy life and don't become another preventable statistic." The
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OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM  --  A B-1 Lancer continues its mission after refueling in the skies near Iraq on March 25. The B-1 crew, assigned to 405th Air Expeditionary Wing, is flying missions from a forward-deployed air base as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Cherie A. Thurlby) To the other side of the world in 'The Mighty B-ONE'
Editors note: This is article is part one of a series.The alarm clock buzzes at 6:45 a.m. I let my wife hit the snooze button and roll over, hoping to get another 15 minutes, only to be startled by a little face staring at me, eye level, from the side of the bed. Not long after that, my youngest son is bouncing around on the bed trying to get us up
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Catherine Desautels, 28th Services Squadron lifeguard, instructs Brady Riker on Level 1 swimming during a recent lesson held at the Bellamy Fitness Center indoor pool here.  The fitness center offers instruction is swimming skills, water safety and basic water rescue.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell) Swimming awareness for tots to adults
As the young child approaches the side of the pool, his heart begins to race. He is excited about getting ready to jump into the waiting arms of the lifeguard already in the water. Cautiously he approaches. With toes curled around the concrete edge and the smile on his face turning to concern, he wonders whether or not he should jump in. With a
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The 28th Bomb Wing Airman Leadership School heritage room and the 28th Bomb Wing Security Forces Squadron heritage room are just two of the many heritage rooms throughout Ellsworth AFB that represent our Air Force and their unit’s past heritage.  Heritage rooms are maintained Air Force wide as a constant reminder of those who have paved the way for today’s military forces.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Amn Nathan Riley) Heritage rooms a constant reminder of those who paved the way
The rooms are kept immaculate. The carpets look as if they've been freshly vacuumed and there are no smudges on any of the windows, mirrors or glass cases. The uniforms are hung with pride and each artifact is kept in excellent condition. The only noise heard is the occasional footstep of an approaching visitor. The 28th Bomb Wing Airman Leadership
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Alan Madison, Emeril Live producer, and sound technician Gary Tole prepare to begin taping Tech. Sgt. Wesley Williams preparing his award winning rainbow fruit stuffed pork tenderloin. Mr. Madison and Mr. Tole were among the Emeril Live production team visiting Ellsworth March 13 to film Sergeant Williams in his kitchen. Sergeant Williams will visit the Emeril Live show April 6 and the episode is scheduled to air sometime in June. Emeril live comes to Ellsworth
What does an award winning chef, southern cuisine with a modern flair and a top-notch NCO all have in common?They're all the embodiment of Tech. Sgt. Wesley Williams and heading to Emeril Live later this year. A producer, sound technician and cameraman visited Ellsworth March 13 and filmed Tech. Sgt. Williams, 28th Services Squadron dining facility
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