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  • Ellsworth members support Red Flag-Alaska

    Editor's note: This article is Part 1 of a seriesAs the lead wing for Red Flag-Alaska, the first of Ellsworth's six B-1s arrived at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, April 3; by the start of the exercise, scheduled for April 5 through 21, 173 Ellsworth Airmen will be in place.This Pacific Air Forces-directed field training exercise provides simulated
  • Opportunity knocks outside active duty

    One stop all members who have completed their term of enlistment must make while outprocessing is with the in-service recruiter, but Airmen may want to make that stop earlier. Tech. Sgt. Daniel Sharp, 28th Mission Support Squadron in-service recruiter, said Airmen are eligible to apply through a program called Palace Chase to end their active duty
  • Ellsworth's HSI results: Excellent

    Ellsworth's Medical Group completed its Health Services Inspection March 30 with the highest grade of all Air Force bases so far this fiscal year. The HSI is held every three years to assess the ability of Air Force medical units to fulfill their peacetime and wartime missions, including provision of medical care and support of the host wing
  • Ellsworth's newest enlisted leaders graduate

    Twenty-eight Airmen graduated from Ellsworth's Airman Leadership School and were recognized during a ceremony here March 29 at the Dakota's club. Award winners and graduates were: John Levitow Award Staff Sgt. Jakob Kurtz, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron Distinguished Graduates Staff Sgt. Jeremy Lindeman, 28th CES Senior Airman John Holowchik, 28th
  • Colonels, chiefs bowl it out

    The Chiefs and Eagles annual bowling tournament was held March 27 at the Bandit Lanes bowling alley. Last year's winners were the chiefs, and the camouflaged bowling pin trophy had chief chevrons taped on to prove it. The event is more then just a competition between the colonels and chiefs. "It's always good to take some time to be with friends in
  • Airmen share deployed experiences

    The first deployment sharing session, presented by the Ellsworth's Chiefs Group, was held March 22 at Dakota's during a lunch-time gathering. The session was an opportunity for Airmen to share deployment stories and experiences with anyone curious to hear their stories. "This program is extremely important for all Airmen, but especially our young
  • Dawning of a new day at Dakota’s

    Ellsworth members can expect to see changes at Dakota's as new club management implements fresh ideas and goals. Garry Shaffer, Dakota's Club manager, brings with him 10 years of managing the enlisted club at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. In his new position, Mr. Shaffer looks forward to the journey ahead. "Coming to Ellsworth is a wonderful

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