News Search

  • Pre-WIC helps for future trials

    Two B-1B Lancers assigned to the 34th and 37th Bomb Squadrons at Ellsworth Air Force Base launched to prepare and train individuals for the Air Force Weapons School April 15.

  • B-1s launch for Red Flag 20-1

    Aircrews from the 37th Bomb Squadron launched from Ellsworth AFB to Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Jan. 22 to participate in Red Flag 20-1.

  • Meeting our new commander

    Col. David A. Doss, assumed command of the 28th Bomb Wing at a change of command ceremony on May 30. People likely know about Doss’ impressive military career but we wanted to introduce him on a personal level. He was kind enough to sit down with us to answer some questions.

  • Raider Airmen fly in Green Flag 18-10

    More than 100 Airmen from the 37th Bomb Squadron and 28th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Ellsworth Air Force Base departed Oct. 25 to participate in exercise Green Flag 18-10, which runs from Oct. 25 to Nov. 9.

  • The unfinished mural

    A simple blue, ballpoint pen glides across a crisp white page as an artist drafts a blueprint. Concepts of his imagination come to fruition as he expertly sketches, outlines and shades images. A creature emerges from the chaos of lines, shapes and gradients. With every detail, the griffin, a

  • Santa flies with 28th OG giving gifts to families

    Santa Claus has been flying with the 28th Operations Group for the last 11 years delivering Christmas gifts to children enrolled in the Youth and Family Services Child Development Center in Rapid City, S.D.

  • Ellsworth commander hosts wing all-call

    Col. John Edwards, the 28th Bomb Wing commander, held an all-call in the Pride Hangar at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., Oct. 13, 2017. Edwards recognized the accomplishments of the wing, addressed his priorities for the future and highlighted the squadron revitalization initiative that is occurring

  • More than maintenance: 28th AMXS keep B-1s in the fight

    A pair of lethal, supersonic birds of prey roar past the Air Traffic Control Tower as spectators turn their attention to the two-ship performing a flyby before making their descent to the dark pavement below.With their charcoal-gray, metallic skin and retractable wings, the B-1B Lancers from