The commander of the 28th Bomb Wing at Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, South Dakota announced that a Chief Master Sgt. has been removed from his position of service.

Chief Master Sgt. Justin Deisch, the wing command chief, was removed for "behavior that demonstrated a lack of respect, judgment, and professionalism expected of a senior non-commissioned officer."

A news release from Ellsworth Air Force Base stated “Inappropriate conduct undermines standards of good order and discipline. Based on the results of a thorough investigation, Chief Deisch’s removal was necessary to uphold these high standards.

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All Airmen should be treated with dignity and respect, and senior leaders should set the example for subordinates by exercising sound judgment and decision-making both on and off duty.”

According to the Rapid City Journal, Ellsworth's chief public affairs officer Steven Merrill said the base would not be able to share additional information about Deisch's removal or the nature of the investigation.

The 28th Bomb Wing command chief is the primary advisor to the commander on all matters concerning the morale, welfare, warfighting effectiveness, operational utilization, and professional development of nearly 3,200 enlisted Airmen who support the largest B-1 combat wing in the U.S. Air Force.

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Life is different out in the country. One look at the photo from Robin Bickel and you quickly realize that a workday is quite different as well, after all, she lives out west in South Dakota Cattle Country.

Robin Bickel took time to tell KIKN Country a little bit about her life out west and life as a woman, working outdoors with animals and nature in God's Country. Bickel lives and works on a cattle ranch operated by herself, her father, Jack, and his brother Keith. How far out in the country is she? How does 50 miles west of Mobridge, South Dakota sound? Yep, mountain time out there.

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Every state in our nation has chosen things that represent the state in one way or another to be official state things. Like a flower, or animal. South Dakota is no different.

The Mount Rushmore has a state flower. But did you know we also have a state tree and a state fish? Yes, we even have a state code.

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