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  • B-1 simulator tours available for Airmen and their families

    The 28th Operations Support Squadron will be hosting B-1 bomber simulator holiday tours for Airmen and their families beginning Dec. 19 through Dec. 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Airmen interested should reach out to the point of contact for their group to sign up – space is limited.
  • Four Ellsworth Airmen reach highest enlisted rank

    Wing leadership and chief master sergeants from Ellsworth went around base to congratulate the 28th Bomb Wing’s newest chief master sergeant selects.Ellsworth’s newest chief selects are:Chief Master Sgt. (s) Lucas Beaulieu – 28th Aircraft Maintenance SquadronChief Master Sgt. (s) Anthony Floyd – 28th Logistics Readiness SquadronChief Master Sgt.
  • Patriot Gate closed Nov. 11 for Veterans Day

    The Patriot (school) Gate will be closed Nov. 11 due to the Veterans Day holiday.  The Liberty (main) Gate and Bismarck (commercial) Gate will be open regular hours. For more information, call the 28th Security Forces Squadron Base Defense Operations Center at (605) 385-4001.
  • Airmen receive Article 15 punishments

    ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. – During the month of July several Ellsworth Airmen received Article 15 nonjudicial punishments for their actions.An airman from the 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron received an Article 15 for one specification of disorderly conduct. Punishment consisted of reduction to airman basic, suspended forfeiture of $365
  • Military Personnel Data Systems down until June 29

    Due to scheduled maintenance from the Air Force Personnel Center, multiple web-based Military Personnel Data Systems will be off-line June 17 through 28.All customers visiting the base Military Personnel Section will be impacted, but customers will still be assisted and services will be available for common access cards, Defense Enrollment
  • Ellsworth Armed Forces Voters Week starts June 27

    Ellsworth AFB's Armed Forces Voters Week begins June 27 and will run through July 1.During this week, installation and unit voting assistance officers will visit all unit personnel to deliver Federal Post Card Applications, encouraging them and eligible family members to fill out the card and register to vote.Those who register will be eligible to
  • Black Hills Veterans Job Fair scheduled for June 29

    The Black Hills Veterans Job Fair will be held at the Central State's Fair Ground Event Center June 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.The event aims to connect Guard, Reserve and Active-Duty servicemembers, veterans, and their families with local and regional employers.More than 70 employers and service providers from surrounding areas will be available and
  • Government procured move blackout in effect until July 18

    Due to market saturation in the commercial moving industry, a blackout for government procured shipments originating in South Dakota is currently in effect through mid-July for all personnel who intend to schedule a government procured move or release of non-temporary storage.The earliest date personnel can request to schedule pack and pick-up of
  • Golden Coyote exercise to increase traffic, military activities starting June 11

    People working and living near the base should be aware of the potential for increased traffic, especially in Box Elder, during the South Dakota National Guard's 32nd Annual Golden Coyote training exercise from June 11 to 25.Several hundred National Guard members from across the state will be operating out of Ellsworth during the exercise designed
  • Base conducting exercise May 31 – June 1

    The tornado sirens will be sounding on Ellsworth AFB as part of a base severe weather exercise that has been scheduled for May 31 - June 1.  Base and area residents may hear announcements over the "giant voice" system and sirens. All base residents are encouraged to review their preparedness plans to ensure everyone understands what steps to take
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