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  • All Around AMXS

    The Airmen of the 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron work all day and night, in the heat and cold, to ensure the B-1B Lancer is ready to fly at a moment's notice.

  • Childcare survey results received

    The 28th Force Support Squadron recently received the results from the November 2018 childcare survey. The results gathered indicate a need for improvements in childcare options offered to service members at Ellsworth Air Force Base.

  • Load crew of the year competition

    Weapon loaders from the 28th Munitions Squadron, the 34th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and the 37th Aircraft Maintenance Unit compete in an annual weapons loading competition at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Jan. 7, 2019. Each team was given 40 minutes to load two inert GBU-38 Joint Direct Attack

  • Installation excellence

    Ellsworth Air Force Base was the recipient of the 2019 Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence for Air Force Global Strike Command. Ellsworth AFB will move on to compete for the award at the Air Force level.

  • Security forces superintendent selected for chief master sergeant

    Senior Master Sgt. Jesse Frank, the 28th Security Forces Squadron operations superintendent, was informed by Ellsworth Air Force Base leadership that he will be soon be putting on the highest enlisted rank in the Air Force. Only 1 percent of Airmen earn the prestigious title of chief master

  • Ellsworth tree lighting glows with holiday spirit

    The Ellsworth Air Force Base Chapel hosted their annual tree lighting ceremony on Nov. 30 to start the holiday season. Airmen and their families came out to enjoy the festivities. Multiple faiths were represented by base members who spoke about their holiday traditions.

  • Trees for Troops brings the holidays home

    The 28th Force Support Squadron hosted a Trees for Troops event at outdoor recreation on Nov. 30, where Airmen and their Families were able to get a free tree for the holidays at Ellsworth Air Force Base.

  • CSP helps secure Airmen’s future

    Airmen – who are retiring or within six months of their enlistment’s end – can apply to take part in a career skills program, which allows them to receive on-the-job training with companies before they separate from the Air Force.

  • 8th AF commander tours Ellsworth

    After firing an M-240 Bravo machine gun, watching his aide-de-camp get taken down in a security forces K-9 demonstration, and addressing the men and women of Ellsworth Air Force Base in an all call assembly, Maj. Gen. James Dawkins Jr. experienced a little bit of everything during his visit here