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  • Dakota Thunder 2009 displays talent, thanks

    Ellsworth B-1B Lancers lead the procession of aerial performances as they blasted past more than 40,000 attendees of the Dakota Thunder 2009 Open House and Air Show May 30 and 31. Ellsworth's open house and air show welcomed attendees to see aerial maneuvers firsthand that demonstrated the U.S. military's air power, select ground operations to
  • Construction to widen road, improve traffic flow

    In an effort to improve traffic flow, the City of Box Elder will perform road construction on Liberty and North Ellsworth roads through Box Elder; work is scheduled for June 8 through August 1, Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Construction, which will result in the widening and reasphalting of the roads, is expected to impact the flow
  • Vehicle accident reminds Airmen of driver vigilance

    Two privately owned vehicles were involved in a two-car crash at approximately noon, May 27, at the intersection of Spaatz Drive and Ellsworth Street. Two of the passengers within the vehicle that was struck were transported to Rapid City Regional hospital with minimal injuries. Members of the 28th Security Forces responded to the accident and
  • Airman from 28th Munitions Squadron wins AF-level award

    When Senior Airman Jacob Frank, 28th Munitions Squadron conventional maintenance crew member, recently received a call from his commander that he had won the 2008 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award as the outstanding Munitions and Missile Maintenance technician, he was surprised to say the least. The news was perplexing to Airmen Frank, who despite being
  • Airmen plead guilty to drug charges

    Two Airmen pled guilty to charges of illegal drug use during court-martials here, April 30. Senior Airman Misti M. Watts, 28th Operations Support Squadron, was convicted of using cocaine. Airman Watts pled guilty to two specifications of wrongful use of cocaine after testing positive on two separate random urinalysis tests. The Military Judge
  • April 2009 Article 15s

    An Airman 1st Class from the 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron received an Article 15 for one specification of driving under the influence. Punishment consisted of forfeiture of $801 pay per month for two months,15 days extra duty and a reprimand. An Airman 1st Class from the 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received an Article 15 for one

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