NV has two Air bases and one Navy base. No other armed services have military bases in Nevada. Nellis AFB is used for air combat training and has a daytime population of over 10,000 military and civilian employees. Learn more about this and more by clicking on a base below.
Air Force Bases
Nellis Air Force Base is one of the Air Force bases controlled by the ACC – Air Combat Nevada. It is in the immediate proximity of Las Vegas, around 11 km, in the southern side of Nevada. The base provides full support and equipments for pretty much any type of aircraft owned by the Air […]
Creech AFB Nevada is an Air Force operated base and among the most important fighters in the so called War on Terror. The base is located in the Clark County, only 56 km from Las Vegas and less than 100 km from another similar base. It is named in the memory of Wilbur L. Creech, […]
The Hawthorne Army Depot offers support to the Joint Forces by receiving, storing, issuing and demilitarizing ammunitions. Typically the depot receives more ammunition during times of conflict. The ammunition is then issued to the right department, or it’s demilitarized or stored. The depot is run by independent contractors even though the property is still government-owned. […]
Although it is relatively new compared to many US military facilities built prior to World War I, NAS Fallon is the first military base dealing with both air to ground and air to air military operations. It is located pretty close to Fallon, in the western part of the state. It is spread over 84000 […]