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  • Ellsworth traffic changes to increase efficiency during B-21 construction

    Traffic patterns will change Sept. 6, 2022, to enhance resource flow to construction projects supporting the B-21 Raider bed down at Ellsworth.The Bismarck (commercial) gate will close to inbound personally owned vehicles, but will remain open for large recreational vehicles and personally owned

  • Man Vs. Hills

    U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Daniel Gallemit, 89th Attack Squadron chief of Blue Flight, attempted the Black Hills 50 Mile marathon June 25, 2022. He was joined by his teammate and training partner U.S. Air Force Captain Anthony Cooper, the 28th Bomb Wing Base Legal Office chief of military

  • 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.

  • 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