About Creech AFB, NV
Creech AFB is a command station that is located in Indian Springs, Nevada. The base was first built in March of 1942 and then re-opened in 1948 during the Cold War.
Creech Air Force Base is naturally, under the control of the United States Air Force, under federal government ownership. The number of people employed here varies due to the isolation of the base's location.
The Creech facility is mainly an airfield but also as an aerial training site for the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds squadron. The base also hosts several unmanned aerial vehicles and is part of the U.S. Air Combat Command. The idea for Creech AFB came during the First World War when commanders surveyed Nevada for testing sites and originally started as Indian Springs Army Airfield. However, the site was renamed Indian Springs Air Force Base and was renamed Creech AFB in 2005.