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  • State of Ellsworth

    The 28th Bomb Wing is scheduled to host a State of Ellsworth briefing here, April 5, at 10 a.m. in the 28th BW Wing Conference Room.The briefing is intended to provide media outlets with an opportunity to learn about the current mission at Ellsworth, future plans and topics of interest. There will

  • Remotely piloted aircraft detachment activated

    About 150 leaders from the 28th Bomb Wing and invited guests witnessed the unfolding of a new era as Detachment 1 of the 28th Operations Group was officially activated during a ceremony April 1 in the 28th Operations Support Squadron auditorium.The detachment commander, Maj. Chris Clark, former 28th

  • Ellsworth Airmen join Operation Odyssey Dawn

    B-1B Lancers from the 28th Bomb Wing launched early Sunday, March 27 from their home station of Ellsworth Air Force Base to strike targets in Libya in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn. "Nearly 700 Ellsworth Airmen are currently deployed around the world supporting existing overseas contingency

  • Dakota Thunder 2011 set for June 4

    The Ellsworth flightline will be buzzing with a variety of military and civilian aerobatic teams in the skies over the base, as well as numerous ground acts and static displays, June 4, during Dakota Thunder 2011. "We're working hard to provide a dynamic mix of performers who will showcase the

  • Deployed Ellsworth Airman dies

    An Air Force member assigned to the 28th Communications Squadron died March 16, due to a non-combat incident while deployed to the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia. Senior Airman Michael John Hinkle II, 24, of Corona, Calif., was a cyber transport systems journeyman deployed to the 386th

  • Ellsworth Airman killed

    An Air Force member assigned to Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. was one of two people killed in the crash of a small civilian aircraft near Colorado Springs Airport today. The names of the deceased are being withheld for 24 hours after the families of the victims have been notified.The cause of the

  • Ellsworth Airman killed in civilian aircraft accident

    Air Force officials have confirmed the identity of an officer who died Wednesday as a result of a civilian aircraft accident near the Colorado Springs Airport, Colo.1st Lt. Martin Anthony Riggan, 25, of Little Rock, Ark. and his wife died after their Mooney M20E aircraft crashed east of the runway.

  • Local mayor to fly aboard B-1

    Al Dial, mayor of Box Elder, S.D., will have the opportunity to experience the 28th Bomb Wing's flying mission firsthand aboard a B-1B Lancer, Dec. 9. This opportunity will allow Mayor Dial, from Ellsworth's closest neighboring community, to better understand the capabilities of the highly