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  • Doolittle Descendants visit Ellsworth

    Susan Bower (Left) and Cindy Cole Chal (Right) view a B-1B Lancer takeoff at Ellsworth AFB, S.D. on Sept 16, 2022. The Lancer is a highly versatile, aircraft that carries on the legacy of the Doolittle Raid, providing worldwide long-range-strike capabilities. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman

  • Base to host school town hall Sept. 28

    The base will host a town hall Sept. 28 at the Dakota’s Club to provide an update on results of a recent survey related to schools, the progress made within the base and local school systems, and the way ahead.

  • Top AF maintenance leaders gather to reinforce a culture of innovation

    The 2022 Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) Maintenance Group Commander and Senior Enlisted Leader (SEL) Summit took place at Ellsworth, Aug. 22 to 26, 2022. The summit created discussion between maintenance commanders and SELs that promoted modernization and preparing for the future.

  • A New Space to Provide Care for Children

    A lactation room is constructed to provide a sanitary and private place for breastfeeding mothers to care for their children. A lactation room was constructed within the 28th Bomb Wing headquarters building and opened with a ribbon cutting at Ellsworth, Aug. 1, 2022.

  • New School, New Friends

    The Ellsworth Air Force Base School Liaison Program hosted their annual Back to School Round Up (B2SRU), at the Dakota Community Commons July 30, 2022. The School Liaison Program works to strengthen the 28 Bomb Wing team by building a strong community. The program works with parents to find