• Unit consolidation rejuvenates adversary threat replication training

    In support of unit revitalization efforts, the 57th Adversary Tactics Group (ATG) inactivated the 57th Adversary Tactics Support Squadron (ATSS) and distributed the pilots, ground controller operators, and air, space and cyberspace personnel to the 507th Air Defense Aggressor Squadron (ADAS) and the 64th Aggressor Squadron (AGRS).
  • 527th Space Aggressor Squadron Airman named Air Force Space Operator of the Year

    Capt. Nathaniel Lee, 527th Aggressor Squadron chief of future operations, was named the 2018 Air Force Space Operator of the Year in the Company Grade Officer category and received his award during a visit from Col. John Gallemore, 57th Adversary Tactics Group commander, at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 15.
  • 805th Combat Training Squadron; Nellis AFB’s newest squadron

    The operations center sits in a large room, filled with rows of computers, displaying a simulated combat scenario. Above different areas in the room are signs designating who sits where. Cyber, Space and Judge Advocate are just a few of the stations in the dark room. Illuminating the area in the front are projector screens displaying real aircraft positioning, weather maps and other intel sources. Announcements over the intercom can be heard of major developments such as a fallen aircraft or incoming opposition.
  • ACC defines HUR-RY, TOR-RY framework

    While specific start dates of tornado seasons vary based on region, they can happen at any time, day or night. On the other hand, Hurricane Season recently began on June 1 and will extend to Nov. 30. Due to catastrophic weather events that took place throughout the past 12 year, including Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Florence, the Air Force Severe Weather Readiness Assessment team recently developed an action plan for all at-risk installations across the United States.
  • RAF Lakenheath breaks homestation limitations

    Starting the day in a new climate, in a new place, Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath maintainers prepare for their pilots’ arrival. In the scorching sun, they conduct preflight inspections while constantly wiping the sweat from their eyes. The pilots will soon step to their F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jets. Mistakes must be avoided to ensure the mission of Red Flag 19-3 won’t fail.
  • AFJO welcomes new commander

    Brig. Gen. David W. Snoddy, U.S Air Force Warfare Center vice commander, passes the Air Force Joint Test Program Office’s guidon to incoming commander Lt. Col. Sean M. Higgins at a change of command ceremony at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., June 28, 2019. The Joint Test & Evaluation program is designed to help solve inter-service operational
  • VCSAF visits Red Flag 19-3

    Royal Australian Air Force No. 2 Squadron Wing Commander Jason Brown, Gen. Stephen W. Wilson U.S. Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, RAAF E-7A Wedgetail crew, and Air Commodore Terry Vanharen, Australian Air Attache’ pose for a photo on the flightine at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., July 22, 2019 before a Red Flag mission. Red Flag 19-3 increases
  • 365th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group welcomes new commander

    U.S. Air Force Col. Melissa Stone, commander 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, transfers command of the 365th ISR Group to U.S. Air Force Col. Jason Arnold. Arnold was preceded in his role as commander by U.S. Air Force Col. Hugh M. Ragland. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Julian W. Kemper)
  • Feeding Red Flag

    The Crosswinds Dining Facility has a rise in business during each Red Flag exercise that takes place at Nellis AFB.
  • Chef Robert Irvine Visits Nellis Air Force Base

    Celebrity chef and television host Robert Irvine visited the Nellis AFB Commissary for a cooking demonstration and sit-down lunch with service members Friday, July 19, 2019. 

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