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Dr. Robert Ruess and the Five Star Vein Institute proudly announce that Dr. Ruess will be delivering a comprehensive lecture at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas on April 17, 2014. Entitled Vein Disease 2014, the lecture will cover a wide range of
When he was a younger man, when he was a lieutenant colonel in the Air Force and a pilot of some repute, Bill Lusk flew Nikita Khrushchev's bags around the U.S. during one of the former communist leader's diplomatic visits...Now that he's 80, Bill
A band of lawmakers announced Thursday they will organize in support of the A-10 Thunderbolt, a close-air support fighter the Pentagon wants to retire over the next five years. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., said she is preparing amendments to reverse
For the first time since he lost his right leg at the knee from a motorcycle accident a year ago in Oklahoma, Johnson gathered his balance to stand with his left leg on the starting block. He dived into the pool on his way to a medal-winning finish
Colin Rage Donnelly when he talks about his squadron's A-10 Warthog attack jets, the airmen who maintain them, the pilots who fly them, and the troops they train for combat search-and-rescue, close air support and forward-air control. We do two
A weeklong jet fuel shortage at McCarran International Airport that resulted in airline pilots having to fly in and land with enough fuel in their tanks to reach their next destination after leaving Las Vegas has ended. Airlines were alerted March 18
Thursa Burton's brother, Rand, is a 100 percent mentally disabled Air Force veteran who is bipolar, diabetic and recently in danger of losing his toes from infection. Yet instead of being admitted to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center near his home
Christopher Short participate in a Change of Command ceremony at Nellis Air Force Base on Friday. (Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Buy Photo Brig...Charles Moore, Jr., right, speaks during a Change of Command Ceremony at Nellis Air Force
Less than 1½ years after the Department of Veterans Affairs opened its $1 billion VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas, earthmovers have begun churning the site again to expand the hospital's emergency room because the existing one is inadequate.
An official says a bomb squad checked and determined there was no danger from an item found in the bed of a pickup truck parked at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Airport spokesman Chris Jones says the all-clear was given about 12:30 p.m.