Factual error: Mike and his team fly into Vegas and meet their contact there. Mike is told that he has to fly on to Nellis AFB to a briefing. The author also says that Nellis AFB is "in the middle of thousands of miles of just about nothing." The problem is the Nellis AFB and Las Vegas share a common boundary and are less than a ten-minute drive apart. Nellis is not in the middle of nothing and to fly there would take longer than driving.

Guy

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