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  • Ellsworth welcomes new base curator

    Ellsworth Air Force Base welcomed a new base curator for the South Dakota Air and Space Museum in early March, to ready the museum for its reopening in June.

  • Ellsworth embraces innovation through use of robotic mowers

    With warmer weather comes the need for consistent landscaping, especially over larger areas common to the Great Plains. Ellsworth is no exception, but with varying states of weather and manning issues, consistency can be hard to achieve. To combat this, the base is embracing innovation by using

  • Proud journeys in serving

    If you call the office of Senior Airman Maeve Campbell, 28th Operations Support Squadron journeyman at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, you’ll be greeted on the phone by her warm lilting voice with an upbeat attitude. You may not realize that the polite kindness she relays over the phone

  • 28th Bomb Wing welcomes new command chief

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Tia Mullins, 28th Bomb Wing incoming command chief, gives a speech after taking command during the 28th Bomb Wing Change of Responsibility ceremony at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., June 7, 2024. Prior to her current assignment, Mullins was the 28th Medical Group

  • Ellsworth B-1B Lancer conducts live munitions training over S. Korea

    A U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer [from Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D.] joined Republic of Korea Air Force F-15Ks Slam Eagles for live munitions and close air support training at the Pilsung Range, Republic of Korea, in an event designed to enhance the interoperability, lethality, and readiness of U.S.