Expect More Noise Due To Red Flag Exercise At Nellis AFBRed Flag gives aircrews an opportunity to experience advanced, relevant, and realistic combat-like situations in a controlled environment to increase their ability to complete missions.
Las Vegas Helping Military Members Find Jobs Through Network MixerLas Vegas Ward 2 Councilman Steve Seroka is hosting a military networking mixer with Hiring Our Heroes to launch the program Wednesday, December 13, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sahara Lounge.
Air Force Studying Falcons To Create A Drone-Killing RobotResearchers at Oxford University have found that the feathered predators have a simple system of aerial hunting that the government hopes to apply to a new generation of drones
Trump Vegas Hotel Draws Attention, Arson Case, ProtestersThursday's protest and Wednesday's fire are the latest incidents surrounding a gold glass tower that's becoming a lightning rod for rallies just off the Las Vegas Strip.
Air Force Probing Crash of Reaper Drone in Nevada DesertThe U.S. Air Force is investigating the crash of an unmanned drone aircraft during a training mission this week in the Nevada desert north of Las Vegas.
Defendant Takes Deal In Vegas Slaying Of Airman
Air Force Starts Condemnation On Range Site
Las Vegas CTO Keeps Up With The Trends And Creates JobsMichael Frechette has worked in the field of information technology for 25 years, as well as serving on several committees to help others to enter the field of technology.
Rancher Who Fought Against Nuclear Missile Base DiesCecil Garland led the fight 30 years ago to prevent an extensive nuclear weapons base from being built along the Utah-Nevada border. He was 88.
Couple Apologizes For Fraud Against US In Newspaper AdA New Mexico couple is apologizing through a court-ordered newspaper ad for defrauding the U.S. Air Force.