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Default Air Force Logo Terrorism: more than just al-Qaeda may be in your back yard
In the wake of the attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001, the Department of Defense implemented new initiatives to thwart future attacks on U.S. soil. These preventive measures were called “threat conditions.” It wasn’t until 2004 when the Defense Department revamped threatcon procedures into what we know now as Force Protection Conditions, or
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Default Air Force Logo Nellis nurses to become certified sexual-assault examiners
For many, sexual assault is more than a statistic, it’s a reality. Sexual assault destroys the victims’ trust and leaves them feeling helpless and isolated, said 2nd Lt. Tiffany Reich, 99th Medical Group clinical emergency room nurse at Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital. As part of the Air Force’s revised sexual-assault prevention guidelines,
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The #21 Motorcraft/U.S. Air Force car driven by Ken Schrader makes it's way around the track during the NASCAR UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, March 12, 2006.  The Motorcraft/U.S. Air Force team's day ended with engine problems on lap 187 and a 41st-place finish. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt Robert W. Valenca) NASCAR fever streaks through Nellis
The NASCAR Busch series and Nextel Cup series visited Las Vegas Motor Speedway last weekend, and Nellis played a part in their success. From gate closures and traffic routing to flyovers and identification checking, Nellis pitched in and made it a weekend to remember. Nellis closed the main and north gates, along Las Vegas Boulevard to aid in the
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Air Force motorcyclists are required to pass an in-house motorcycle 
safety course before they are permitted to ride.  Nellis offers two motorcycle classes under the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.  The Basic Rider’s Course is a three-day course that teaches the basic fundamentals of riding. The Experienced Rider’s Course is a one-day course designed for riders with six months or more experience.  Air Force motorcycle riders need training
Thrilling. Exhilarating. Blood-pumping.Just a few words motorcyclists use to describe their hobby, but without the proper training and use of safety techniques, it can be described using a different word – deadly. According to the Motorcycle Industry Council, sales of motorcycles and scooters rose 8 percent January through March compared to 2005.
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