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Ellsworth AFB Shifts To Global Strike Command Position
Ellsworth AFB Shifts To Global Strike Command Position
Ellsworth AFB
April 21, 2015

Ellsworth Moving to New Command Structure

Starting this fall, Ellsworth Air Force Base will shift from its current Air Combat Command position within the Air Force to Global Strike Command. According to the Rapid City Journal article, officials have said that the shift will make the Air Force more efficient for combat and training purposes. The move will also put the base into a prime position to survive well into the century.

Click on this archives link for past articles on Ellsworth Air Force Base.

For more information on the base itself, check out this Knowledge Network resource page.

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