Nellis AFB security forces anti-terrorism squad commander relieved of duty following 1 October massacre. But why?

Lt. Col. Jearl Allman (travis.af.mil)

(INTELLIHUB) — 99th Security Forces Squadron Lt. Col. Jearl Allman was released from his duty at Nellis Air Force Base just weeks following the 1 October massacre after his superior cited “loss of confidence” as pointed out in a recent video posted to the John E Hoover YouTube channel and local outlets.

The narrator points out in the video how the Route 91 concert venue area (where the shooting occurred) is only 12 miles away from the base which is where Allman was in-charge of providing “flight-line security, police services and antiterrorism/force protection for Nellis AFB,” according to official verbiage posted to Nellis.AF.mil.

From the John E Hoover YouTube channel:

The Commander in charge of Anti-Terrorism was released two weeks after we see 3 rogue SANG AH-6i helicopters wreak havoc on the Route91 Harvest Festival.

Were these three helicopters in Nellis’ “zone of influence”?

Was this a huge black-eye for the Air Force? What happened to Frank Muth, the General in charge of OPM Sang?

Is this merely a coincidence, or is this further evidence that 3 SANG helicopters were the most likely culprits of the Las Vegas shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival?

It is unknown if Allman was on-duty the night of the massacre or if he failed to act on any specific threat.

Related: Las Vegas resident: ‘I saw three black helicopters flying forcefully into the city above the rooftops as if they were running a mission’ on the night of the 1 Oct. massacre

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Author: Staff Writer

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