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  • Air Force Reserve Command Shooting Team competes internationally

    U.S. Air Force Reserve Citizen Airmen take home second place at the 2018 Royal Netherlands Marine Corps Shooting Competition Dec. 15 in Den Helder, the Netherlands. Representing the only U.S. team, Airmen participated alongside 29 teams from 10 countries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nicholas Janeway)
  • TFI makes them fly

    Two B-52 Strafortresses crested the mountains surrounding Nellis Air Force Base, Dec. 11th, the last of 16 sorties flown by the 340th Weapons Squadron during Weapon School Integration (WSINT) Exercise 18-Bravo.
  • Holiday Safety 101

    When people are busy decorating, shopping, entertaining or traveling during the holiday season, the rush to complete their to-do lists could lead to a lack of emphasis on proper safety practices.
  • AFRC 2018 Information Dominance Award winners

    Congratulations to the 2018 Air Force Reserve Command Information Dominance Award winners.
  • Artificial Intelligence Experts Address Getting Capabilities to Warfighters

    Two Defense Department artificial-intelligence experts testified on Capitol Hill on DOD’s efforts to transform delivery of capabilities enabled by artificial intelligence to the nation’s warfighters.
  • Nellis welcomes Pearl Harbor Survivor on Pearl Harbor Day

    Ed Hall, Pearl Harbor survivor, celebrated National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Dec. 7 on Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.
  • Dunford Discusses Near-Peer Competition, Keeping U.S. Military Edge

    WASHINGTON -- Near-peer competition and the United States retaining its military competitive edge were among the issues the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff discussed today in an interview with Washington Post associate editor David Ignatius.The interview – broadcast as part of the Post’s “Transformers” series – looked at the ways warfare and
  • NORAD Tracks Santa program underway for 2018

    The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating its 63rd anniversary of defending the homeland along with its tradition of tracking Santa’s journey around the globe Dec. 24.
  • Nominate your civilian employer for the Freedom Award

    The Freedom Award is the highest honor the Department of Defense gives to employers for supporting National Guard and Reserve employees. The employers chosen exemplify what it means to go above and beyond federal requirements in support of military employees.Nominate your employer now at: www.FreedomAward.mil [ http://www.FreedomAward.mil ]The
  • Semi-annual meeting between Nellis, 17 Native American tribes

    Base leadership and 17 Native American tribes came together for their semi-annual meeting, visited the Las Vegas Natural History Museum and came to Nellis to celebrate Native American Heritage Month Nov. 28-30.
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