• 6th Combat Training Squadron

    MissionThe mission of the 6th Combat Training Squadron (6 CTS) is to train and educate joint fires integrators for today's and tomorrow's battlefield. The 6 CTS trains Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC), Air Liaison Officers (ALO), Ground Liaison Officers (GLO), and Air Support Operations

  • 820th RED HORSE Squadron

    The 820th RED HORSE Squadron (RHS) is a self-sufficient, 345-person engineering and logistics unit comprised of thirty-eight mission support AFSCs and is located at Nellis Air Force Base and provides full-spectrum construction capabilities worldwide. The squadron reports to the 800th RED HORSE Group

  • 926th Wing (Air Force Reserve)

    MissionThe 926th Wing is an Air Force Reserve unit under 10th Air Force, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Fort Worth, Texas. The wing is located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, as an associate unit to the United States Air Force Warfare Center.Through Total Force Integration, reservists are

  • 99th Air Base Wing

    The 99th Air Base Wing, activated October 1, 1995, provides Base Operations Support for Nellis Air Force Base and the 2.9 million acre Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) in Southern Nevada.  The wing supports more than 10,000 personnel assigned to the USAF Warfare Center, 5 wings, and 52 tenant

  • 99th Medical Group

    VisionAlways Ready!MissionDelivering Outstanding Care… Every Person, Every Time, Everywhere!AboutThe 99th Medical Group—also known as the Mike O'Callaghan Medical Center—is comprised of approximately 1800 personnel who are dedicated to providing preventive, emergency and acute care services for

  • Contracting with Nellis AFB

    The purpose of these pages is to inform contractors and prospective contractors how to do business with Nellis and Creech AFBs.Access the links below and search through our pages to locate information that may interest you or just drop us an email to answer additional questions.Useful Phone Numbers·

  • Green Flag-West

    MissionGreen Flag-West is a large force, live-fly Joint exercise that provides advanced, realistic and relevant air-to-surface integration warfighter training in a robust contested, degraded, and operationally limited environment. It is primarily executed in conjunction with US Army exercises at the

  • Honoring our heroes: Facilities, streets and who they are named for

    Nellis AFB MemorializationThe American military has long recognized those who have died in service to their country and preserved their memory, naming forts and bases after them as well as buildings and streets. The U.S. Air Force has inherited this tradition. This brochure lists some of those

  • Joint Center for Electromagnetic Readiness

    MissionThe Joint Center for Electromagnetic Readiness (JCER) organization is one of the Joint Electronic Warfare (EW) organizations aligned under U.S. Strategic Command's Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Operations Center (JEC). In accordance with Combatant Command priorities, JCER assesses

  • Lieutenant William Harrell Nellis

    William Harrell Nellis was born in Santa Rita, N.M., March 8, 1916. He was still a child when his family relocated to Searchlight, Nev. Nellis lived with his grandmother for a time in Searchlight. When not attending school, he helped her run the Searchlight Hotel. Nellis remained in the town until