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Air Force Aid Society helps Airmen, families Air Force Aid Society aids local Airman; all Air Force members can benefit
The Air Force Aid Society has been helping Airmen and families, to include Airmen and families of Dyess, in need for over 75 years. U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Osborne, 7th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment production support noncommissioned officer in charge, had first-hand knowledge of how AFAS can be helpful in trying
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2018
Dyess leadership looks to Airmen for innovative ideas Dyess leadership looks to Airmen for innovative ideas
Airmen assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing gathered to share their innovative ideas during the Dyess Spark Tank Competition in the base theater April 13 at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.The competition called for individuals or teams to present ideas that reduce spending, increase readiness, return time to Airmen or enhance lethality. Squadrons were
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2018
436th TS holds Mustang Half Marathon 436th TS holds Mustang Half Marathon
More than 20 Airmen assigned to the 436th Training Squadron participated in the Mustang Half Marathon April 14 at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.  The 436th TS hosted this 13.1-mile run as a reminder for Airmen to embrace the lifestyle of fitness.“The 436th TS has been in talks of finding an off-base half marathon for the squadron to run for months,”
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2018
Military Justice Summary Military Justice Summary - March 2018
 ARTICLE 15 (NON-JUDICIAL PUNISHMENT) SUMMARY    Commanders are responsible for good order and discipline in their commands. Generally, discipline can be maintained through effective leadership including, when necessary, administrative corrective measures. Non-judicial punishment is ordinarily appropriate when administrative corrective measures are
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2018
7th SFS names two ‘Top defenders’ 7th SFS names two ‘Top Defenders’
Nine two-defender teams assigned to the 7th Security Forces Squadron competed in the annual Top Defender competition at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas,  March 31, to showcase their physical fitness, mental toughness, career knowledge and situational awareness with a variety of skill-testing events.Senior Airman Jordan Valentine and Senior Airman Lane
0 4/06
2018
Dyess reflects on namesake’s WWII trials Dyess reflects on namesake’s WWII trials
More than 100 Airmen, Marines, civilians and family members participated in a ruck march at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, April 4 to memorialize the 75th anniversary of Lt. Col. William Dyess’ escape from the Davao Penal Colony prison camp in the Philippines. Dyess was captured in World War II by the Japanese in April of 1942, and shortly after he
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2018
Augmentee program multiplies security forces capabilities Augmentee program multiplies security forces capabilities
If leaders around the U.S. Air Force were asked about their responsibilities, it’s safe to say that a common response could be commitment to Airmen. Part of that is ensuring their safety. Security forces personnel are relied on at all times to carry the weight of this critical responsibility by ensuring the safety of the base. Security forces can
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2018
Public health maintains the safety of Team Dyess Public health maintains the safety of Team Dyess
Whether it’s by collecting hundreds of mosquitos on a hot, humid day or ensuring Airmen and their families are up-to-date on their immunizations, the health and safety of Dyess personnel is the 7th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Public Health Flight’s first priority. These Airmen are responsible for duties such as educating the base populous on safety
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2018
Dyess recognizes Vietnam veterans Dyess recognizes Vietnam veterans
Dyess Air Force Base leadership presented lapel pins to more than 20 Vietnam veterans March 29, 2018 at the Dyess Air Force Base commissary and base Exchange in partnership with the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration.The Vietnam War Commemoration, founded by Presidential Proclamation in 2012, is a commemorative program honoring the
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2018
First female spacecraft commander visits Dyess First female spacecraft commander visits Dyess
Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Eileen Collins, former NASA astronaut and the first woman to pilot and command a U.S. spacecraft, visited Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, March 23.During her visit, Collins spoke to Airmen, community leaders, students and families about her professional and personal experiences as a woman in the U.S. Air Force in a briefing
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2018
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