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  • Mental Health Clinic supports Ellsworth during COVID-19

    Air Force mental health professionals play a critical role in keeping Airmen mission-ready during COVID-19 at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • Ellsworth prepares for winter during COVID-19

    As winter comes to Ellsworth, the weather becomes a safety hazard and knowing the proper procedures related to slick roads and excessive snow and ice helps ensure the safety of the base community.
  • Teleworking? The 28th Communications Squadron has you covered

    When COVID-19 hit Ellsworth Air Force Base, the 28th Communications Squadron hit the keys to ensure mission success did not waver.
  • Resident Advocates support personnel in on-base housing

    The Resident Advocate is the voice and a solution for military members having issues with privatized housing at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • Motorcycle safety starts with the BRC

    Though the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is over, the weather is still nice, allowing motorcyclists the ability to ride.
  • A day in the life: Nurses

    Whether it is the common cold or a broken arm, sometimes it’s necessary to go to the doctor. One of the first people that will be seen are nurses, and that is no exception for the 28th Bomb Wing Family Health Clinic at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • Coping through art: how one captain combats stress with creativity

    Capt. Lindsay Cordero, a member of the 608th Air Operations Center at Barksdale AFB, uses art to combat the stresses of military life. Cordero's painting "This is what anxiety feels like" is currently on display at an all-military art exhibit in Bossier City, La., and speaks to combating and addressing mental health issues.
  • Combat Arms Trains in Peace for War

    The 28th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms formally known as CATM supports the base by helping train Airmen with weapons; they also maintain and keep track all firearms on base at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • The 28th LRS: Equipping the fight

    The mission of the 28th Bomb Wing is to provide combat power for the nation anytime, anywhere, and the 28th Logistics Readiness Squadron helps make that happen.
  • Santa brings holiday cheer to local community

    The 28th Operations Group recently executed its Angel Tree program, delivering holiday cheer to children enrolled in Youth and Family Services programs in Rapid City, S.D.

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