7th Maintenance Group

More than 1,800 members of the 7th Maintenance Group provide organizational and intermediate levels of maintenance for B-1s assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing and C-130s assigned to Air Mobility Command's 317th Airlift Group. The group's major role is to provide mission-capable B-1 aircraft, properly configured and on time to meet any of the wing's missions. The group trains, equips and sustains forces ready to deploy in support of combat, training and test requirements from Dyess AFB.

7th MUNS

The 7th Munitions Squadron is responsible for storing, maintaining and delivery of quality munitions, and maintain munitions release systems assuring mission readiness for B-1 and C-130 aircraft to meet Secretary of Defense taskings. 

7th AMS

The 7th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides combat-ready B-1 aircraft and trained aircraft maintenance and weapons load personnel to support JCS taskings for show of force missions and to destroy America's enemies--anytime, anywhere. It performs organizational-level maintenance of aircraft and armament subsystems. The unit also provides support for B-1 Flight Training Unit, Operational Test and Evaluation program and Weapons Instructor Course. 

7th CMS

The 7th Component Maintenance Squadron provides qualified work force to support the wing's global power and the AMC tenant's global reach airlift missions. The unit performs on-/off-equipment maintenance on avionics, fuels, egress, electro-environmental and propulsion systems on the B-1 aircraft and provides limited support to the 317th AG’s C-130 aircraft. They also manage a F101 Engine Regional Repair Center.

7th EMS

>The 7th Equipment Maintenance Squadron provides on and off-equipment aircraft maintenance assuring mission readiness for the B-1 and C-130 fleets to meet higher headquarter taskings. It maintains and delivers aerospace ground equipment, fabricates and installs components, performs time phased aircraft inspections in a timely manner as well as provides for crashed, damaged or disabled aircraft recovery whenever and wherever called.