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  • Army vets serve Air Force, Ellsworth pets

    When most Airmen think of a veterinarian, the Army usually doesn’t come to mind. But at Ellsworth, as with other military installations, the Army manages the vet clinic on base. The clinic reports to a regional commander, located in Fort Leavenworth, Kan., under the U.S. Army Veterinary Command, but works with services and the medical group at
  • Marathon Man Chaplain runs Bataan Memorial Death March

    Long-distance runners often have a myriad of challenges to choose from. Beginners to the sport might choose to take on three- or five-kilometer runs. Advanced runners might step up to the half-marathon. Experienced athletes are likely to run a few full marathons.Then, there’s the Bataan Memorial Death March -- a 26.2-mile course that begins on the
  • Army vets serve Air Force, Ellsworth pets

    When most Airmen think of a veterinarian, the Army usually doesn’t come to mind. But at Ellsworth, as with other military installations, the Army manages the vet clinic on base. The clinic reports to a regional commander, located in Fort Leavenworth, Kan., under the U.S. Army Veterinary Command, but works with services and the medical group at
  • Military clubs an Air Force tradition

    As a former commander of the 28th Services Squadron, I feel it’s important to comment on one of the vital organizations the squadron is closely linked with and whose mission it is to provide the 28th Bomb Wing a force multiplier -- the collocated club known as Dakota’s.In today’s transient lifestyle many Ellsworth families experience, I personally
  • Celebrate prayer

    Webster’s Dictionary defines prayer as: “A reverent petition made to God or another deity.”On the other hand, a Buddhist Web site describes prayer as “a practice to awaken our inherent inner capacities of strength, compassion and wisdom rather than to petition external forces.”However, if I were to come up with a universal definition of prayer, I’d
  • Flight kitchen delivers: ready meals help Airmen fill basic need, keep mission focus

    “All great change in America begins at the dinner table,” — President Ronald Reagan Although this quote may not reflect the view of all Americans, the importance of food and the challenges of functioning while hungry do hold a truth with which most can agree and scientific research seems to support. To combat those challenges, the flight kitchen’s
  • Musical passion opens door to ‘Top’

    A combination of the right skills, day-to-day dedication on the job, and opportunity has opened the door for one Ellsworth Airman to live out his passion for music as the lead audio engineer on the 2006 Tops in Blue team. “I feel that being a part of Tops in Blue is such an honor, since I know that it’s competitive, and I feel very lucky to have
  • EOD’s bomb blasters bash

    After days of coordination, an early-morning trip to the disposal range and hours of unloading explosives, loud blasts with dark and white clouds of smoke echoed across the desert sands on the afternoon of Jan. 16 and 17. A lot of work went into those few seconds of big bang excitement. The disposal operation: “Bomb Blasters Bash.” The people
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