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The Honorable Gordon H. Mansfield, Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs, presents the Air Force Award to Mr. Ronald A. Poussard, Director Air Force Office of Small Business Programs during the 6th Annual Awards Program Wednesday June 27 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nev.
(U.S Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.) Air Force recognized for achievements in awarding veterans contracts
The Department of Veterans Affairs recognized 23 Air Force bases for achievement under the Champions of Veteran Enterprise program during a conference here June 27. The Third Annual National Veteran Small Business Conference and Expo was held at Caesars Palace and honored installations with the Federal Achievement Award for significant
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The MQ-1 Predator sits on display after commemorating the 250,000th flight hour June 22, 2007, at Creech Air Force Base, Nev. The MQ-1 Predator is assigned to the 11th Reconnaissance Squadron at Creech. (U.S Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.) Predators reach quarter-million flight hours
Airmen from the 11th Reconnaissance Squadron flew an MQ-1 Predator Unmanned Aerial System past the 250,000 flying hour milestone June 22, at Creech Air Force Base, marking the historic milestone with a ceremony. "This historic achievement in the evolution of Air and Space Power underlines the United States Air Force commitment to unmanned aerial
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Default Air Force Logo Article's 15 for month of May
During May 2007, Nellis commanders administered 19 non-judicial punishment actions under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The punishments imposed reflect the commander's determination of an appropriate punishment after considering the circumstances of the offense and the offender's record. A "suspended" punishment does not take
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Col. Michael Bartley, 99th Air Base Wing commander, participates in the simulated live fire aircraft training with firefighters from the 99th Civil Engineer Squadron.  Colonel Bartley participated in this training in order to gain an understanding of how the firefighters from the 99th CES train to protect Nellis Air Force Base assets and people. (Photo/Senior Airman Jason Huddleston) Wing CC takes the heat

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(from left to right) Mr. Randy Black, Colonel Michael Bartley, 99th Air Base Wing Commander, Technical Sergeant Mark Kerr, project manager, and Major General R. Michael Worden, United States Air Force War Fare Center Commander, officially opens up the newly built Nellis Airmen's Center during a ribbon cutting ceremony  June 12.
(U.S Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.) Nellis Airmen's Center opens after 13 month's construction
A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the official opening of the Nellis Airmen's Center June 12. The new 3,000 sq. ft. center will serve as an alcohol-free community recreational facility for base Airmen to congregate for entertainment, refreshments, relaxation and events. The Airmen's Center, which has been in construction for more than a year, is a
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Showing their support of the recently approved 99th Air Base Wing energy policy, (left to right) Col. Mark Amidon, 57th Wing vice commander, Yvonne Gresnick, 98th Range Wing deputy director, Maj. Gen. Mike Worden, U. S. Air Force Warfare Center commander, and Col. Michael Bartley, 99th ABW commander, signed a proclamation affirming their commitment to energy conservation at Nellis and Creech Air Force Bases, as well as the Nevada Test and Training Range, June 12. The energy policy letter and proclamation, along with infrastructure projects and promotion of individual responsibility, make up the three-pronged strategy aimed at reducing energy consumption. Energy proclamation signed.

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Senior Airman Jason Brackins, a Big Bombs crew chief assigned to the 57th Equipment Maintenance Squadron's Munitions Flight, tightens screws on a fin on a bomb Tuesday May 15, 2007 Nellis AFB, Nevada.The munitions flight assembles and transport inert and live bombs for testing and training on the Nellis Test and Training range.(U.S Air Force Photo by/ Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.)
Putting Bombs on Targets

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Maj. Gen. Mike Worden, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center commander, and Lt., Col. Louis Dupuis, 561st Joint Tactics Squadron commander, cut the ribbon officially reactivating the 561st JTS, June 5. After a decade of inactivity, the 561st JTS was reactivated as the single focal point for deployment-preparation training and capturing tactical lessons learned. (USAF Photo) Black Knights Resurrected: 561st Joint Tactics Squadron prepares force, captures today's tactical issues
A ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official reactivation of the 561st Joint Tactics Squadron took place here June 5. Headquarters Air Force and Air Combat Command deemed it necessary to create an organization that specializes in deployment-preparation training and in capturing tactical lessons learned. After a decade of inactivity, the 561st JTS
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Capt. Maria Moss received a Bronze Star for her outstanding service in Afghanistan from May 2006 to May 2007 in a ceremony held in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 1. Nellis captain receives Bronze Star
One of Nellis' own received a Bronze Star for her outstanding service in Afghanistan from May 2006 to May 2007 in a ceremony held in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 1. "I am humbled," said Capt.Maria Moss, a native of New York and a maintenance officer with the 763rd Maintenance Squadron. "It is a good thing to be able to have an impact on development of
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Default Air Force Logo 2007 Air Force Assistance Fund Campaign comes to conclusion
The six-week-long Air Force Assistance Fund Campaign held at Nellis and Creech Air Force Bases ended May 4. Nellis and Creech donated $133,800, exceeding the set goal by almost $4,000. All contributions made to AFAF are divided among four charity organizations: the Air Force Aid Society, the LeMay foundation, the Air Force Villages foundation and
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