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Anyone who wishes to request permission to operate commercial sUAS on Offutt must meet certain requirements.  This includes certifying and registering the sUAS as well as following requirements set by the FAA. (Courtesy Graphic) Base policy set for Small Unmanned Aircraft System use
As the popularity of commercial, off-the-shelf remotely piloted aircraft, or drones, continue to increase, a policy has been established to ensure the safety and security of resources and personnel on base. These aircraft, which are designated as small unmanned aircraft systems, or sUAS by the Department of Defense and the Federal Aviation Administration, are unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds.
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Senior Airman Kassandra Gomez, 55th Security Forces Squadron quality control evaluator and 55th SFA member, plants flowers outside the Kenney Gate at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, May 10, 2017 during a beautification project. Airmen took time to ensure that the first impression of Offutt AFB was a positive one for newcomers and visitors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Zachary Hada) Making Offutt look good starts at the gate
Members of the 55th Security Forces Association worked on the landscaping just outside the Kenney Gate May 10 as part of a base beautification project. “We do this annually because we care about making a good first impression,” said Senior Airman Kassandra Gomez, 55th Security Forces Squadron quality control evaluator and 55th SFA member.  “This is
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Master Sgt. Nicholas Whitney, 55th Security Forces Squadron, led a Fly Away Security Team (FAST) in Afghanistan from late 2015 to early 2016 that earned him the Air Force Outstanding Security Forces Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year Award. Whitney credits his team from Afghanistan and Offutt AFB along with his wife for working with him to make this a reality. (U.S. Air Force photo by Zachary Hada) FAST Leadership Leads to Air Force Level Award
The dust boils in the slipstream of a C-130 Hercules at an undisclosed location as vital supplies are being delivered where the enemy shadows the innocent.   The war in Afghanistan may be over but Airmen are still there, sacrificing time with family and sometimes their very life to help protect the Afghan people.   In the process of service before
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Default Air Force Logo Defenders team with local agencies to keep schools safe
The 55th Security Forces Squadron is teaming with four Sarpy County law enforcement agencies to help keep local schools safe. A new initiative called TIPS, which stands for threat assessment, incident management and prevention services, was launched recently that will empower community members of all ages, particularly youth, to report concerning
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