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Feb. 17, 2009

Creech unveils new Medical Aid Station facility

Base officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new 4,161 square foot Creech Medical Aid Station Feb. 12. The aid station is the first permanent medical facility to be established since the activation of the 432d Wing, which is the largest tenant unit on Creech AFB, in May 2007. The layout of the facility will enhance medical care efficiency,

Jan. 28, 2009

Hunters fly Reapers here via New Mexico

Members from the 432d Wing completed a successful test flight from New Mexico Jan. 15 after flying an MQ-9 Reaper over Fort Irwin, Calif., training air space using remote split operations. Remote split operations allowed 432d Wing Airmen to control the aircraft, via satellite link, from two separate locations; Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., and

Jan. 20, 2009

USAFCENT commander visits Creech

The commander of U.S. Air Forces Central visited Creech Jan. 13 to get a first-hand look at MQ-1B Predator and MQ-9 Reaper Unmanned Aircraft Systems operations and thank Airmen assigned here for their contributions to operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. This was Lt. Gen. Gary North's first visit to Creech since the 432d Wing was also designated as

Dec. 10, 2008

Twelfth Air Force (Air Forces Southern) commander visits Creech

The Twelfth Air Force (Air Forces Southern) commander visited Creech Dec. 8 to meet with Airmen of the 432d Wing and get a first-hand look at operations and quality of life here. This was the fourth time Lt. Gen. Norman Seip, has been to Creech. He said he's been impressed at how far the base has come along since the 432nd Wing stood up in May

Oct. 15, 2008

ACC command chief visits Creech

The Air Combat Command command chief visited Creech AFB and the 432d Wing Oct. 9. Although he was impressed with the progress the wing and the base has made in operational effectiveness and quality of life, Chief Master Sgt. Steve Sullens said ACC leadership is wholly committed to ensure Airmen here remain a top priority. "My impression of Creech

Oct. 8, 2008

CMSAF visits Creech, thanks Airmen for their service

The Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force visited Creech AFB Oct. 6th through 7th to get a first-hand look at the base and operations as well as visit the Airmen assigned here. Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley, said it had been about three years since his last visit to Creech. He wanted to come back to thank all the Airmen for

Oct. 2, 2008

Creech Airman receives recognition from Las Vegas community

An Airman assigned to the 432d Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here was recognized by the North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce during a luncheon held in the Las Vegas area Sept. 25. Staff Sgt. William Brennan, weapons load crew member, was recognized by the city of North Las Vegas during its sixth annual Salute to Heroes event for rendering

Sept. 16, 2008

Integrated Process Team visits Creech

Representatives from numerous Air Force functional support areas visited Creech AFB, Sept. 9, to gain a better understanding of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) community. The Integrated Process Team visited the base in hopes of implementing new systems and structures to better serve Airmen within the UAS community. Functions that were