Category: Range
  • NTTR ground training translates to success on battlefield

    The 99th Ground Combat Training Squadron prepares joint and combined combat forces for current and future threats. They do it by providing realistic training on the Nevada Test and Training Range.The 99th GCTS uses the NTTR to train security forces defenders on Base Security Operations, Area Security Operations, military working dogs, heavy
  • NTTR begins new era with new leader

    The 98th Range Wing was re-designated the Nevada Test and Training Range during a ceremony here June 21.The ceremony was presided over by Maj. Gen. Bill Hyatt, U.S. Air Force Warfare Center commander, and marked the end to nearly a decade of the 98th Range Wing operating as the overseer of the NTTR."This might mark the end of the 98 RANW, but its
  • 98th Range Wing, NTTR prepare for transition

    It is the largest contiguous air and ground space available for military operations in the free world. With 1,200 possible targets, realistic threat systems and the support of an opposing enemy force that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world, the Nevada Test and Training Range is home to America's most-advanced aerial test and training
  • Nellis leadership hosts tour of the NTTR

    Nellis leadership hosted a tour of the Nevada Test and Training Range for members of the Nellis Support Team and local elected officials Nov. 22. The Nellis Support Team and their guests visited the Nevada Test and Training Range so they could see some of the daily training Nellis conducts on the range, which varies from the GCTS to target practice
  • Threat operator works 30 years on range

    Working on one of the largest ranges in the Air Force can be a daunting task, but for one Air Force contractor, it has become a way of life. Gene Staples has worked on the 2.9 million acre Nevada Test and Training Ranges for the last 30 years and continues to do so to help the units who train on one of the Air Force's most active ranges, get the
  • 98th Range Wing announces quarterly award winners

    The 98th Range Wing Quarterly Award winners for the third quarter of 2010 were announced during a recent ceremony.The awards recognize Airmen and civilians in the 98th Range Wing for exceptional performance in the workplace and outstanding contributions to the local community over the past quarter.Below are the winners and their respective
  • 98 RANW loses civilian employee

    Members of the Nellis community will gather at the Base Chapel Aug. 28 to celebrate the life and service of Teresa "Terry" Dana-Witmer, who passed away unexpectedly at her home Aug. 23.A civilian employee at Nellis Air Force Base since 1993, Mrs. Dana-Witmer was serving as the office manager within the 98th Range Wing's Plans and Programs division

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