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  • 652-AADD, a safe ride home is only a phone call away

    Friday nights in the dormitories here are usually quiet. The ever-present Las Vegas glamour, a compound of all sorts of entertainment from innocent movie nights and diners to numerous clubs and casinos, has spirited away many of those whose finances and schedules allow them a night out. However, there is a group of individuals who turned a deaf ear
  • 1st Sgt. recalls how Airman’s choices led to death

    It was a beautiful day and it seemed like a great idea to start the long weekend with a family breakfast at a restaurant. As my family and I waited on our order, like many mornings before, my phone rang. When I answered the call I recognized the familiar beep of a recorded line. I knew then it was the command post and work was calling - "Just
  • Warrior of the Week, May 21-25

    Senior Airman Chris Carter is the Nellis Air Force Base Warrior of the Week.  He is a traffic management journeyman with the 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron.Time in Air Force: 3 years, 9 months Time at Nellis: 1 year, 2 months Hometown: San Diego, Calif.  What's your favorite movie quote/ What Movie? " Who knows? God willing, we'll all meet again
  • Warrior of the Week, May 28- June 1

    Senior Airman Scott Strout is the Nellis Air Force Base Warrior of the Week. He is a F-16 avionics technician with the 57th Component Maintenance Squadron. Time in Air Force: 4 years Time at Nellis: 3 years Hometown: Croton, Ohio What do you do? I troubleshoot test stations and repair LRU's What's your favorite movie quote/ What Movie? Joe Dirt,
  • 19th WPS: Producing Premier Intelligence Officers since 1987

    "Humble, approachable, credible." To most people, these words are nothing more than personality traits, but for graduates of the 19th Weapons Squadron these are the blueprints of a U.S. Air Force Weapons School officer. The 19th WPS is one of 16 squadrons assigned to the USAFWS at Nellis. Their courses are designed to increase intelligence
  • Nellis chapel singles experience something grand

    Excitement was in the air as seven Nellis Airmen piled into a shaggy blue van on a sunny Friday afternoon, May 4. Something truly "grand" was awaiting them at the end of a four-hour drive - the Grand Canyon. This free trip was possible due to the initiative of one of the leaders at the 6 p.m. Refuge service at the Nellis chapel, Staff Sgt. Dan
  • Green Flag: Bridging the gap between AF, Army training

    "If the band played a piece first with the piccolo, then with the brass horn, then with the clarinet, and then with the trumpet, there would be a hell of a lot noise, but no music. To get harmony in the music, each instrument must support the others. To get harmony in battle, each weapon must support the others. Team play wins." - Gen . George S.
  • Warrior of the Week, April 30- May 4

    Senior Airman Michael Kun is the Nellis Air Force Base Warrior of th Week.  He is an assistant dedicatede crew chief with the 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron.Duty title: Assistant Dedicated Crew Chief Time in Air Force: 3 years Time at Nellis: 7 Months Hometown: St. John, Ind.What's your favorite movie quote?Tombstone - "You're a daisy if you
  • Warrior of the Week, May 7-11

    Tech. Sgt. Keith O'Grady is the Nellis Air Force Base Warrior of the Week.  He is a pararescueman with the 58th Rescue Squadron.Time at Nellis: 2 years Hometown: Baltimore What do you do? Assist with rescue and recovery operations. What do you drive, and how does it match your personality? I drive a beat up, dirty Jeep Wrangler. I think that pretty
  • Warrior of the Week, April 23-27

    Senior Airman Russell England is the Nellis Air Force Base Warrior of the Week. He is a jet engine technician with the 57th Component Maintenance Squadron. Time in Air Force: Three years Time at Nellis: Two years, eight months Hometown: Lubbock, Texas What do you do? Perform limited intermediate maintenance on F119-PW-100 jet engines What do you

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