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  • B-1B fleet resumes flight operations

     Air Force Global Strike Command will resume B-1B flight operations this week, following the directed safety stand-down June 7th. The stand-down allowed the command time to thoroughly evaluate the egress components and determine potential risks before returning to flight.   “We have high confidence that the fleet’s egress systems are capable and
  • Youth Center provides summer activities

    The Youth Center at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., offers a variety of events and activities during the summer as well as throughout the school year.
  • Eighth Annual Flag Day Picnic at Ellsworth’s CDC

    The Child Development Center observed National Flag Day during their Eighth Annual Flag Day Picnic, June 14 from 4 to 5 p.m.“I enjoyed the fellowship with the other parents from my son’s class,” said Staff Sgt. Stefanie Dahl, a 28th Medical Group dental hygienist. “I’m glad the CDC stepped up to educate the children about the importance of our
  • Secretary Wilson to deliver speech in Rapid City June 25

    While visiting South Dakota, Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson is scheduled to deliver a lecture June 25 at the Journey Museum in Rapid City.
  • SFS focuses on safety, driving on base during the summer

    Summer is here, and with the change in season, more of the base populace is outside enjoying the weather -- families are playing, exercising and biking around the installation. With the increase in activity and the summer break from school, the 28th Security Forces Squadron wants to focus on safety and remind Team Ellsworth of the rules for driving
  • 379th AEW bomber strikes Taliban drug facilities

    A B-1B Lancer aircraft from the 34th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron here bombed multiple Taliban narcotics production and storage facilities in Afghanistan during a mission on May 18.
  • Find the fallen: Ellsworth participates in Memorial Day

    Airmen from the 28th Bomb Wing helped families locate their loved ones at the Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, over the Memorial Day weekend.
  • Aloha! Ellsworth celebrates AAPI Heritage Month

    From the tropical rainforest on the Islands of Hawaii to the snow-capped summit of Mount Fuji, Japan, this unique region of the world and the people that live there have a culture unlike any other. The military brings all kinds of people from every heritage together to support the mission and during the month of May, the Ellsworth Air Force Base
  • Ellsworth recognizes National Police Week

    The 28th Security Forces Squadron hosted several events during National Police Week at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., May 14 to 18.  Activities included a 14K ruck march, retreat ceremony, military working dog demonstrations, displays and a golf tournament to memorialize fallen defenders and raise money for charity. "National Police Week is a time
  • Diagnostic imaging: an inside look

    The human body is a complex system of organs, bones and a nervous system. While some injuries and ailments may be only skin deep, others require an inside look to accurately diagnose.The 28th Medical Group Diagnostic Imaging Flight may only be staffed by two Airmen, but their scope of responsibility reaches more than 3,700 members of Team

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