Vigil at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada

Rosan -Last year nearly 150 activists from 20 states, including over 50 veterans, joined CODEPINK for a week of resistance against drone killings at Creech Air Force Base. Creech, where the killer drone program started, remains the primary air base in U.S. state-sponsored global terrorism. In a very successful civil disobedience action last year, we were able to interrupt “business as usual” for nearly an hour, with 34 activists ultimately arrested.Join us to make SHUT DOWN CREECH 2016 an even more powerful stance against illegal drone killing!

When: March 27- April 2, 2016
Where: Creech Air Force Base, Indian Springs, Nevada 89018

We hope you can join us, and help spread the word! For more informationvisit our website and be sure to register using this form. Check our Facebook page for updates and more info on daily programs, housing, transportation and other details. Together we are PEACE!

“We came to the realization that the innocent civilians we were killing only fueled the feelings of hatred that ignited terrorism and groups like ISIS, while also serving as a fundamental recruitment tool similar to Guantanamo Bay. This administration and its predecessors have built a drone program that is one of the most devastating driving forces for terrorism and destabilization around the world.”
— Creech Air Force drone veterans/whistleblowers, November 2015,Democracy Now

For a more peaceful future,
Toby, Martha, Eleanor and the CODEPINK Team

P.S. Read CODEPINK staffer Janet Weil take down former CIA director Michael Hayden’s sales pitch for continuing the killer drones program here.

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