Tenant Units at Nellis AFB
Published January 08, 2013
Major Tenant Units
Please refer to the following linked fact sheets for major tenants at Nellis Air Force Base:
505th Test and Evaluation Group
53d Test and Evaluation Group
563d Rescue Group, Operating Location-Alpha (OL-A)
66th Rescue Squadron
820th RED HORSE Squadron
926th Group (Air Force Reserve)
Joint Electromagnetic Preparedness for Advanced Combat
Area Defense Counsel
The ADC offers legal representation to Air Force members facing trial by court-martial, administrative separation, non-judicial punishment and other adverse administrative actions. ADC is organizationally independent and reports directly to the Trial Defense Division through headquarters, U.S. Air Force Trial Judiciary, Western Circuit.
Air Force Audit Agency Area Audit Office
The AFAA is a separate agency with its headquarters at the Pentagon. AFAA has several area audit offices located at selected installations worldwide. Area Audit Offices are responsible for audit teams on selected Air Forces bases. The Southeast Area Audit Office, located at Nellis, is responsible for audit teams at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., Holloman AFB, N.M., Nellis Air Force Base, and Luke AFB, Ariz. Nellis' team provides all levels of Air Force management with independent, objective and quality audit services that include: reviewing and promoting economy, effectiveness and efficiency of operations; evaluating programs and activities and assisting management in achievement of intended results; assessing and improving Air Force fiduciary stewardship and the accuracy of financial reporting.
Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Det. 206
The AFOSI provides professional investigative services for the protection of the Air Force and DoD people, operations and material worldwide. AFOSI provides quality investigative service for its customers by conducting an average of 23,000 investigative operations per year. The organization seeks to identify, investigate and neutralize all types of criminal activity. Major crimes investigated by the AFOSI Det. 206 can be broken down into three main categories: general crime, fraud and counterintelligence investigations and operations. To enhance effectiveness in this mission, members of the AFOSI encourage all Air Force members to report directly to all special agents on any of the aforementioned subjects, as well as any request for defense-related, technical or other specific information outside of official channels.
372nd Training Squadron, Det. 13
The 372nd TRS, Detachment 13 of the 982nd Training Group, Sheppard AFB, Texas, provides technical aircraft maintenance training using classroom and hands-on practical instruction. The detachment also offers training for Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, allied forces and students enroute to Pacific Air Forces. Assigned instructors provide training on A-10, F-15C, F-15E, F-16C, F-22A, HH-60G, and MQ-1 aircraft.
Air Force Joint Test Program Office
The mission of the Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO) https://wwwmil.nellis.af.mil/units/AFJO/default.aspx is to generate, develop, and support Joint Test (JT) activities that enhance Air Force capabilities and mission effectiveness in Joint operations. The Joint Test & Evaluation (JT&E) program is an Office of the Secretary of Defense effort designed to help the services solve interservice operational problems in a joint environment and alleviate test and evaluation difficulties through work on testing methodologies. AFJO provides continuous, proactive management of USAF participation in the OSD JT&E Program.