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Ellsworth AFB
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Ellsworth AFB has been on this site since January 2, 1942. It was originally called the Rapid City Army Air Base and was a training location for B-17 Flying Fortress crews. Ellsworth AFB, which is now home to the B-1B Lancer, is rich in history and full of pride. The 28th Bomb Wing is Ellsworth's host wing. The wing is assigned to the 8th Air Force under Air Combat Command.

For those who are inprocessing we have tried to provide a rich source of information to help you with your transition.

Ellsworth is 12 miles east of Rapid City, S.D. The relationship between Ellsworth and Rapid City is exemplified by Ellsworth's main entrance, constructed to symbolize a B-52. It was a gift from the citizens of Rapid City.

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