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Default Air Force Logo New survey aims to improve information delivery to Airmen
The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Communication at the Pentagon has launched a study to find out how Airmen want to get information about the Air Force. A randomly selected group of Airmen and Air Force civilian employees will receive an e-mail invitation from Brig. Gen. Erv Lessel, Air Force Director of Communication, asking them to
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Default Air Force Logo MXG setting AFSO21 example for Ellsworth
Work smarter, not harder, and you'll complete your mission-essential tasks despite the manning and money cuts around you. That, in a nutshell, is what Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century is all about, and at Ellsworth, the 28th Maintenance Group is setting the standard. In October 2006, the 28th MXG created the 28th MXG AFSO21 Office,
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Tech. Sgt. Troy Reemtsma, 379th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron B-1B Lancer supply Non-commissioned officer in charge, stocks and inventories aircraft parts.
B-1 AMU finishes strong
The lethal team of B-1 aircrew, maintainers and support personnel are essential to the success of the missions flown by the 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, but one element of that team has quietly left its mark on the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia. From the beginning, the 379th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron's 37th
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Default Air Force Logo B-1s arrive, members reminisce
Exactly 20 years ago, the first B-1 arrived at Ellsworth Air Force Base. Since then, the base has seen remarkable transformations. We asked servicemembers and civilian personnel to share their memories. Their answers are below.What was your job title when the B-1s arrived? Currently? Ms. Janice Goen - I was the weather detachment secretary now I'm
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Default Air Force Logo From blue to green and back; PRT Captain shares his experience
Up until a few years ago, when an Airman joined the Air Force he expected to deploy doing his Air Force job. In today's Air Force, more and more Airmen are deploying "green." Ellsworth's Capt. Kenneth McGinnis recently returned from serving with the Army civil affairs provincial reconstruction team. During his four-month deployment in Afghanistan,
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Senior Airman Francisco Salcedo, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron, hugs his wife Amber after returning Dec. 22 from a 7-month deployment to Contingency Operating Base Speicher, Iraq. Airman Salcedo was one of 42 28th CES Airmen deployed in support of the continuing global war on terrorism and responsible for maintaining base infrastructure in their overseas location. Prime BEEF on the Menu
Sitting still doesn't suit the approximately 60 civil engineers assigned to Contingency Operating Base Speicher, Iraq. Camp Speicher is 16 square miles about 100 miles northwest of Baghdad and it isn't much different than other camps in northern Iraq - ankle-deep dust, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines with a job to do and doing it. Camp life
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Tech. Sgt. Wesley Williams, 28th Services Squadron dining facility manager, garnishes a dish at Ellsworth’s Bandit Inn for a farewell luncheon for Airmen in his unit. Sergeant Williams has served Air Force leadership and other distinguished guests at the Pentagon; now this chef is bringing his culinary skills to Ellsworth. Ellsworth’s Top Chef
He's served Condoleezza Rice and Newt Gingrich. During his tour at the Pentagon, the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Air Force devoured his recipes. Now, Tech. Sgt. Wesley Williams, 28th Services Squadron, is bringing his 14 years of culinary experience to Ellsworth as the Bandit Inn dining facility manager. Sergeant Williams is responsible for
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Default Air Force Logo Civilian deploys with active duty counterparts
Military members are usually thought of when the word "deployment" is used, but that does not always ring true. Civilians who work for the Air Force also deploy. Scott Plumb, 28th Operations Group systems support representative, is just one example of a civil service member contributing to the joint combat effort. Mr. Plumb's role was to arrive
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Default Air Force Logo Behind the scenes of the mobility machine
Last week, Ellsworth deployed about 550 war fighters to various locations in the area of responsibility to continue the fight against the global war on terrorism. Various media outlets, commanders, chiefs, first sergeants and, of course, families and friends were on scene to watch Ellsworth's warriors head out the door and go forward to conduct the
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Default Air Force Logo Volkssports season begins in Black Hills
It's finally spring; time to get out and experience all the beauty the Black Hills area has to offer.One way to do that is to get involved in volkssporting.Volkssports consist of groups either swimming, biking or, the most popular, walking, which is better known as volksmarching."A volksmarch is a non-competitive, six-mile walk or hike. It's not a
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