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You MUST go through Nellis Gatekeeper if your visit request includes any of the following outside standard large force exercises (e.g. Red Flag):

General/Flag/SES Officer Visits
Any Inspection/Staff Assisted Visit (SAV) coordination
Large Groups with relationship-building agenda >10 people
  • Civilian Org Visit Requests
  • Foreign Visit Requests
Significant Resource Requests
  • TA, AGE, Fire bottles, Nellis Support Center (NSC)
  • Incoming Iron support
  • NTTR Airspace or NTTR Assets
  • Airfield Operations Supervision (Air Boss, SOF, Tower, etc.)
  • Facilities needed (conference rooms, hangers, vaults, etc.)


If you need access to the gatekeeper Visit Request Org Box (Nellis personnel only) please email 57 WG/CCA Command Section at


  • 99th CES wins Readiness Challenge IX

    The 99th Civil Engineer Squadron represented Air Combat Command and won the ninth iteration of the Air Force CE Readiness Challenge. The challenge took place at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, between April 18-22, 2023. The Readiness Challenge is a capstone event to test the readiness of Air Force

  • Food Summit looks to future of 27+ DAF stateside dining operations

    DALLAS – More than 70 installation, Air Force Services Center and industry culinary experts gathered here April 11-13 to discuss current and future Food 2.0 dining operations with a goal of delivering better, faster menu options to patrons.  With the Food 2.0 Owners Summit held in an innovative

  • CMSAF visits Nellis

    During her visit, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass spoke with NCOs over lunch, received a first-hand look at dormitories on base and held an all-call. Bass also tried a specialty burger recipe known as the Big “Purr”-ger created by Airman Gary Quinata Ogo, 99th Force Support