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Default Air Force Logo Speaking club to revive at Nellis after two years hiatus
After a two-year hiatus, the Flying High Toastmasters will return to the Nellis community Thursday. For 81 years, Toastmasters International has helped more than four million men and woman worldwide become better, more confidant public speakers. The award-winning Nellis chapter had been in the Las Vegas valley for more than 37 years, making it one
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Nellis Airmen stage a mock protest as part of an Office of Special Investigations exercise Tuesday. The quarterly exercise allows members of the 99th Security Forces Squadron to develop and practice crowd-control tactics for real-world situations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jason Huddleston) Crowd control: Nellis forces don't clown around
Nellis Airmen participated in an Office of Special Investigations exercise Tuesday at the rear hospital gate as mock protestors attempted to push their way through a barricade line. Security forces personnel and OSI agents simulated the procedures that must be taken if a peaceful demonstration outside the gates quickly escalates into a
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Default Air Force Logo Nellis unit incorporates newest Predator control system
Airmen in the 15th Reconnaissance Squadron are training on how to employ one of the latest upgrades to the MQ-1 Predator, which will add to the overall efficiency of the aircraft. The Multi-Aircraft Control system reached operational capability in March, with the first in-theater sortie flown under the new system in support of Operation Iraqi
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Default Air Force Logo New squadron activates at Nellis
A new Reserve squadron was activated at Nellis during a ceremony at the Officers' Club June 30. The 78th Reconnaissance Squadron, "Bushmasters," replaced the 307th Fighter Squadron, Detachment 3, located in the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center. The actual activation order for the change was May 19. "With the activation of this new squadron our Reserve
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Two members of the Nellis Honor Guard present American flags to Senior Airman Danny Wynn’s mother, Pamela Dahman, and father, Danny Wynn, at the Base Chapel June 29. Airman Wynn was a dedicated crew chief with the 763rd Maintenance Squadron who died June 20 while driving in Winchester, Ill., to attend his father’s wedding. He had returned two weeks prior from a deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Jason Huddleston)
Memorial Service held for Nellis Airman

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Default Air Force Logo Conference highlights future of leadership
More than 150 lieutenants and captains from around the globe gathered in Las Vegas May 15 through 18 for the 2006 Air Force Company Grade Officer Councils' Professional Development Conference. The annual conference, held this year at the Nellis Officers' Club, is designed to enhance the officership of company grade officers by emphasizing the CGOC
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2006
Senior Airmen Ruben Torres, 99th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, hugs his wife, Amanda, and their son upon returning to Nellis from deployment in Iraq May 13. About 50 Airmen returned after spending four months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Kasabyan Austin) Nellis Airmen return to friends, family
Approximately 50 Airmen from the 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 99th Civil Engineer Squadron and the Manpower Office returned from deployment Saturday.The Airmen deployed in January in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as part of their standard four-month deployment cycle.Kristin O'Dell, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron Travel Management
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Default Air Force Logo Rescue Squadron accepts Jolly Green Association Award
History and tradition were continued here Saturday when crews from Nellis, while deployed and assigned to the 59th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron in Afghanistan, received the Jolly Green Association Rescue of the Year Award for 2005. Three of the 12 crew members from the 66th and 58th Rescue Squadrons were present to receive the award at Fort Walton
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Default Air Force Logo Weapons School begins final phase of training
The United States Air Force Weapons School began its Mission Employment phase Thursday. Approximately 80 aircraft from both the Air Force and Navy will participate in the nearly two-week-long event, which is held on the Nevada Test and Training Range. Seventy students from 21 separate combat specialties will take part in the exercise. The ME phase
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NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. -- An MQ-1 Predator armed with an AGM-114 Hellfire missile flies a training mission. The MQ-1's primary mission is interdiction and conducting armed reconnaissance against critical, perishable targets. (Courtesy photo) Predator Crashes on Nevada Test and Training Range
An Air Force MQ-1 Predator remotely piloted aircraft crashed at approximately 1:15 p.m. today on restricted government property on the Nevada Test and Training Range. The aircraft was being operated by the 11th Reconnaissance Squadron from Creech Air Force Base at the time of the incident. There were no injuries or property damage during the
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