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  • Nellis Defenders ramp up training

    The 99th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) continues to modify and advance its training to prepare for potential threats and effectively protect Nellis and its neighboring communities.
  • Newest member of 99th SFS, Ivan

    Ivan, 99th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog, completes an obstacle during training at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, July 2, 2020. Ivan and his handler train daily on obstacle courses to maintain mission readiness for emergency situations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christopher H. Stolze)
  • Defenders help ensure safety, security during Aviation Nation 2019

    As the main gate opens to the public, hordes of shuttles stream in with excited Aviation Nation 2019 attendees. The participant’s eyes are gazed to the sky while others are observed keeping the crowd secure. The 99th Security Force Squadron (SFS) helps ensure the base is safe and protected while everyone enjoys the demonstrations.
  • Nellis opens new, improved veterinary treatment facility

    A new veterinary treatment facility opened Nov. 14 on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.
  • Creech, Nellis host first-ever joint K-9 combat training

    Creech and Nellis Air Force Base military working dog teams conducted a joint training exercise Aug. 8, 2018, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. This was the first integrated combat readiness training with teams from both bases of its kind.
  • Building bonds with man’s best friend

    In a small building near the outskirts of base resides one of the Air Force’s most unique assets: military working dogs.
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