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USAFWC & NELLIS NEWS

 

USAFWC & NELLIS News

  • ‘Petting Zoo’ temporary closed, being relocated

    Located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., the U.S. Air Force’s premier Threat Training Facility (TTF), owned and managed by the 547th Intelligence Squadron, houses a collection of adversary weapons including ground equipment, surface-to-air missile systems (SAMS), and aircraft.Currently, the TTF, also

  • AFA Legends Weave Together the Past, Present and Future

    From the U.S. Air Force’s inception 75 years ago through today, there has been no shortage of visionaries who have selflessly and honorably served to drive the Air Force into the future. Five of these great leaders shared their wisdom and experiences with Airmen, during the Nellis Air Force Base leg

  • ShOC-N battle lab hosts distributed command and control event

    The 805th Combat Training Squadron’s Shadow Operations Center – Nellis, or ShOC-N, is the U.S. Air Force’s premier battle lab supporting the development, advancement, and maturation of key technologies and capabilities designed to compress the kill-chain for joint and coalition warfighters..

  • RED HORSE replaces road to improve safety

    Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE Squadron worked alongside the 99th Civil Engineer Squadron to pave a new access road replacing Ellsworth road. This new project will improve the safety of Airmen by directing vehicle traffic around, rather than through, the parking areas and buildings.

  • Nellis AFB opens new dog parks

    Nellis Air Force Base’s four-legged friends now have a new spot to play and another one on the way. The base opened a dog park March 18 on main base and is building a second park in Area III, which is due to open in April 2022.

  • End of an Era: Nellis bids farewell to the soaring F-15C Eagle

    The end of an era is upon Nellis Air Force Base. The installation geared up to bid farewell to the F-15C Eagle as the aircraft prepared to depart for the last time. On March 16, one of the last few F-15Cs departed to its final active flying unit, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

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