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  • Local COVID-19 Case Has Ties To Ellsworth

    Base officials announced that Ellsworth AFB has a connection to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) case in Rapid City, South Dakota, confirmed by Monument Health officials earlier today.

  • Base commissary hours adjusted, visitor passes cancelled

    Base officials have coordinated with the Defense Commissary Agency to adjust the hours of service at the Ellsworth commissary to ensure access to basic necessities for mission essential personnel, and have also announced that issuance of visitor passes to access the installation will be suspended.

  • Vet Clinic ribbon cutting

    Members of the 28th Medical Group will unveil the base’s remodeled veterinary clinic during a special event at 10 a.m., March 9.

  • Ellsworth Airman arrested

    A senior airman assigned to Ellsworth AFB was arrested by local law enforcement officials for an incident that occurred in his off-base residence March 3.

  • Upcoming informational meetings

    The U.S. Air Force is holding informational meetings in your area to share information about the basing of the new bomber aircraft, the B-21 “Raider.” Meetings are being held to provide information and solicit input on any concerns that may be associated with the B-21 proposal.

  • Ellsworth to conduct active shooter exercise

    Ellsworth Air Force Base is scheduled to conduct an active shooter exercise January 27-31. This exercise is intended to evaluate the ability of the 28th Bomb Wing to respond to an active shooter incident.