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  • Budgeting for career, future

    ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE – Budgeting is an important part of almost everyone’s lives. It keeps the lights on, gas in the car and helps people plan both long- and short-term goals.
  • Ellsworth kicks off summer with a splash

    The 28th Force Support Squadron hosted a pool party at the indoor aquatics center at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., July 1, 2019. As part of the event, Amber Hulse, Miss South Dakota signed autographs and took photos with participants. For more information on upcoming events at the Bellamy Fitness Center, call 605-385-2266.
  • 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.
  • AFRC receives grant from the AFAS

    The 28th Force Support Squadron Airman & Family Readiness Center received a grant from the Air Force Aid Society to help military spouses receive education in the nursing career field. Fifteen spouses from Ellsworth Air Force Base were awarded the grant.
  • Zombie 5k to terrify base

    The 28th Force Support Squadron will be hosting a free Zombie 5k, Oct. 24 at the Heritage Pavilion. Volunteers will be dressed as zombies and positioned along the trail to scare runners as they pass. All ages are welcome at the event. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. The event will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. For more information or to register, contact the Bellamy Fitness Center at (605) 385-2265.
  • 28th FSS hosts triathlon

    The 28th Force Support Squadron hosted the tri-to-b1 triathlon to all who have base access. The triathlon consisted of three parts, which included a 500-meter swim, a five-kilometer run and a 10-kilometer bicycle ride. Participants could either compete individually or in teams. Participants were broken up into age groups to make the race as fair as possible. Winners were given a ribbon and second place was awarded a certificate.
  • Auto Hobby Shop: Mechanics, counselors

    The auto hobby shop at Ellsworth Air Force Base is a place where Airmen and their families can repair and maintain their vehicles. From oil changes to engine swaps, the shop has the tools, facilities and mechanics to help with most automotive needs.
  • Bomber families come together for Month of the Military Child

    Whether it is from the off and on deployments taking away precious time between a parent and child or the short-lived homes a family may stay at, being a part of a military family can be difficult.
  • Waterline break tests team response, cohesion

    A waterline break recently tested Team Ellsworth’s ability to work together to restore water on base while repairing damaged lines. On Monday, October 23, the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron shut off supply to the base water tower for routine maintenance when the pressure reducing valve malfunctioned and 100 pounds per square inch (psi) of water
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