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  • Child Development Centers to welcome new AF-wide curriculum

    The new Early Learning Matters (ELM) curriculum was created to promote the development of the whole child with learning activities that help children develop specific skills. The new curriculum was developed specifically for Department of Defense families.
  • Ellsworth EOD responds to accident with truck carrying Navy projectiles

    A six-man team from the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight responded to a vehicle collision on Highway 212 in Montana the night of Feb. 10. The crash involved two tractor trailers – one carrying fertilizer and the other U.S. Navy high-explosive projectiles.
  • Ellsworth hosts 9/11 Make-A-Wish reveal for area teen

    Raiders from Ellsworth Air Force Base teamed up with Make-A-Wish South Dakota Feb. 26 to notify a local 17-year-old that his dream to visit the Sept. 11 memorial in New York has become a reality.
  • Ellsworth team wins munitions build competition for AFGSC

    The 28th Munitions Squadron was announced as the winner in the Air Force Combat Operations Competition (AFCOCOMP) for U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command on Feb. 19. They will move on to compete at the Air Force level during finals at Beale Air Force Base, California, in May.
  • African American History Month at Ellsworth

    On Feb. 14, Col. John Edwards, the 28th Bomb Wing commander, signed a proclamation designating the month of February 2019 as African American History Month at Ellsworth Air Force Base. The proclamation signing is put together annually by the African American Heritage committee. Each year embraces a different theme. This years’ theme is “Black Migrations.”
  • Honoring those who paved the way

    In honor of Black History Month, Ellsworth Airmen recognize African Americans who paved the way for diversity and inclusion in the Air Force.
  • Ellsworth tax center offers base community free assistance

    The Ellsworth Air Force Base tax center is officially open. The center is a free resource for base members, retirees and military families, and volunteers are standing by to help prepare and file taxes.
  • New year, new me: Maintaining a healthy diet

    With the start of a brand new year, Melinda Boyd, a 28th Medical Operations Squadron nutritionist, lets Ellsworth Air Force Base Airmen in on some tips to stay healthy during 2019.
  • Mil-to-mil group brings couples together for support

    Aspects of “mil-to-mil” marriages can be difficult and stressful, such as finding a work-life balance, child care, and managing deployments. But for those seeking help, individuals at Ellsworth Air Force Base are revamping a group that may alleviate some of those concerns.
  • Caring for Airman’s best friend

    The veterinary clinic on Ellsworth Air Force Base provides care to Airmen's pets as well the four-legged defenders -- military working dogs.
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