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  • Ellsworth celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

    In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, which is officially celebrated Sept. 15-Oct. 15, the base Diversity Council hosted two cultural events on Ellsworth Air Force Base.
  • Fire prevention week warms up at Ellsworth

    National Fire Prevention and Safety Week was started in 1925 by President Calvin Coolidge to help educate the populous about proper techniques when dealing with fires. During this week, fire departments across the country get out into their local communities to teach fire hazard awareness and the importance having fire escape plans at work and at home. Each year, the event’s theme changes, and this year it’s: “Look. Listen. Learn.”
  • 2 MUNs Airmen keep safety on target

    When a bomb hits a target, it must first go through a long process of safe transportation and close observation. Airmen from the 2nd Munitions Squadron system flight munitions control are there for the entirety of a munitions life cycle.
  • 8th AF commander visits Dyess

    The commander of the 8th Air Force and Joint-Global Strike Operations Center visited Dyess Air Force Base Oct. 3-5 to meet with Airmen across the 7th Bomb Wing to commend them for their efforts supporting the Mighty Eighth’s mission, as well as to learn more about Dyess challenges and successes.Maj. Gen. James Dawkins Jr. used his first visit to
  • Abilene community, Dyess leadership conduct memorial park groundbreaking

    Dyess Air Force Base leadership, the Abilene community and family of the fallen Airmen of TORQE 62 came together to conduct a groundbreaking ceremony at the Dyess Memorial Center, Oct. 2, 2018.  The groundbreaking signified the beginning of the Dyess Memorial Park Expansion to honor the sacrifices of Dyess Airmen who lost their lives in the line of
  • Family Forever: Gold Star tribute video shares images, memories of heroes

    “We remember.” Those words are the theme of a new tribute video released by the Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE), on Sept. 20, 2018.
  • Air Force begins transition of hospitals, clinics to the Defense Health Agency

    The Defense Health Agency officially assumed administrative and management responsibilities of a handful of hospitals and clinics as part of the Military Health System reforms mandated by Congress. The transition of the facilities is part of a phased implementation plan developed by DHA and Services medical departments that begins on Oct. 1, 2018.
  • Global strike leader connects with nuclear command, control team

    The leader of the U.S. Air Force’s nuclear enterprise visited with Offutt-based servicemembers responsible for the Air Force nuclear command and control communications mission Sept. 13, 2018.
  • Trusted Care everywhere is not going anywhere

    As the Defense Health Agency assumes authority, direction and control of military treatment facilities, the Air Force Medical Service will remain steadfast on its Trusted Care journey towards higher reliability and Zero Harm.
  • Hanscom begins Network-as-a-Service experiments

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center here awarded two Network-as-a-Service agreements today for a total of $121 million, freeing Airmen currently assigned to support base network operations to transition into core Air Force mission cyber operations. The team used an Other Transaction Agreement for this effort,