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  • Machines make history, people make heritage

    ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. -- Making a mark on the world is a dream for many people, a goal to be remembered by future generations for the things they had accomplished.While some have made their mark on history by inventing machines such as cars or planes, others make their mark through heritage; impacting the culture and environment of an area
  • 28th Bomb Wing extended flying operations at Ellsworth July 20 and 21

    The 28th Bomb Wing will extend airfield operating hours on July 20 and 21 for routine training missions. Normal airfield operations will extend to include late night and early morning flying during these days. Base residents and surrounding communities can expect to hear noises associated with flying aircraft and maintenance activities. For more
  • Base multipurpose courts reopen

    Airmen from the 28th Force Support and Civil Engineer Squadrons completed an 18-month remodeling process to the multipurpose courts located near the Bellamy Fitness Center at Ellsworth AFB June 23.“The original courts were severely cracked and were no longer safe, deeming them unusable” said Lorie Vega, 28th FSS deputy director. “When we identified
  • Golden Coyote 2016 joins Guard, allied nation units for training

    ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. -- Since 1984, the South Dakota National Guard, along with guard units across the country, have held a two-week joint exercise known as Golden Coyote in the Black Hills National Forest, Custer State Park and Ellsworth AFB. Each year, Guard and active-duty units join forces with allied nations to participate in
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