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POW/MIA walk to remember
Dyess Airmen march through the linear air park for National Prisoner of War/ Missing In Action recognition day at Dyess Air Force, Sept. 21, 2018. On every third Friday of Sept. since 1986, Americans across the United States remember the sacrifices and service of those who were POW/MIA and their families. At Dyess AFB, Airmen will march down the main road in silence to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice until 5 p.m. today. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kylee Thomas)
POW/MIA walk to remember
Dyess Airmen march through the linear air park for National Prisoner of War/ Missing In Action recognition day at Dyess Air Force, Sept. 21, 2018. On every third Friday of Sept. since 1986, Americans across the United States remember the sacrifices and service of those who were POW/MIA and their families. At Dyess AFB, Airmen will march down the main road in silence to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice until 5 p.m. today. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kylee Thomas)
POW/MIA walk to remember
Dyess Airmen march through the linear air park for National Prisoner of War/ Missing In Action recognition day at Dyess Air Force, Sept. 21, 2018. On every third Friday of Sept. since 1986, Americans across the United States remember the sacrifices and service of those who were POW/MIA and their families. At Dyess AFB, Airmen will march down the main road in silence to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice until 5 p.m. today. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kylee Thomas)
317th AW Airmen return home safely
A U.S. Air Force Airman assigned to the 317th Airlift Wing holds his daughter in his arms at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 17, 2018, after returning from a deployment. Within the deployment to Afghanistan, the Airmen deployed from the 317th AW transported nearly 20,000 passengers, moved 15,000 tons of cargo between forward operating bases both in and out of the theater, and was selected to support over 200 distinguished visitors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Porter)
317th AW Airmen return home safely
A U.S. Air Force Airman assigned to the 317th Airlift Wing holds his daughter while hugging his spouse at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 17, 2018. The 317th AW Airmen deployed to Afghanistan to support Operation Freedom's Sentinel and Operation Resolute Support. Although their main mission set was to transport personnel and cargo, they also supported airdrop, aeromedical evacuation and distinguished visitor airlifts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Porter)
317th AW Airmen return home safely
A U.S. Air Force Airman assigned to the 317th Airlift Wing hugs his daughters at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Sept. 17, 2018, after returning from a deployment. Within the deployment to Afghanistan, the Airmen deployed from the 317th AW transported nearly 20,000 passengers, moved 15,000 tons of cargo between forward operating bases both in and out of the theater, and was selected to support over 200 distinguished visitors. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedes Porter)

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Tomorrow, the traffic circle on Arnold Blvd will experience detours all day due to repairs. Please plan ahead and use alternate routes if neccessary. Thank you!
Last Friday at Dyess Air Force Base, the Air Force Global Strike Command commander formally recognized the heroism and extraordinary aerial achievement of the B-1B Lancer aircrew members involved in the May 1 in-flight emergency and resulting emergency landing in Midland, Texas. The actions of this aircrew resulted in the first-ever successful landing of a B-1B experiencing such malfunctions. For more information check out the full story here! http://www.dyess.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1576195/4-dyess-aircrew-earn-distinguished-flying-cross-medals/ Air Force Global Strike Command Eighth Air Force Ellsworth Air Force Base
Today, Lt. Col. David DeLang relinquished command of the 7th Medical Operations Squadron to Lt. Col. Marion Foreman. Thank you Lt. Col. DeLang for your leadership and dedication to your unit and Team Dyess during your time here. We wish you a successful future wherever life and the Air Force takes you! We also wish a warm welcome to Lt. Col. Foreman. Your leadership and motivation will surely lead the 7th MDOS to do amazing things! Click on the link below for more photos from the 7th MDOS Change of Command.
We are honored to announce… Yesterday at Dyess Air Force Base, the Air Force Global Strike Command commander formally recognized the heroism and extraordinary aerial achievement of the B-1B Lancer aircrew members involved in the May 1 in-flight emergency and resulting emergency landing in Midland, Texas. The actions of this aircrew resulted in the first-ever successful landing of a B-1B experiencing such malfunctions. Gen. Robin Rand presented Distinguished Flying Cross medals to Maj. Christopher N. Duhon, Air Forces Strategic - Operations Division chief of future operations at Barksdale AFB, LA, and an instructor pilot with duties at the 28th Bomb Squadron; Capt. Matthew Sutton, 28th BS weapon systems officer instructor; 1st Lt. Joseph Welch, 28th BS student pilot; and 1st Lt. Thomas C. Ahearn, then 28th BS student weapon systems officer who has since completed training and is currently assigned to the 37th BS, Ellsworth AFB, S.D. Air Force Global Strike Command Ellsworth Air Force Base Eighth Air Force A full write-up, photos and video of the ceremony to follow...
Team Dyess, There is an exercise scenario occuring on base. The gates may experience brief closures, and those in the affected area may experience traffic detours.
Heads up, Team Dyess! EOD will be conducting live training on the range today from 9:00 to 1:00. Please stay clear of Ammo Road during this time. For questions, call EOD at 325-696-4109.
Team Dyess, be aware that Arnold Gate's interior inbound and outbound lanes will be closed for repairs from 11:45 a.m. until further notice. Please plan accordingly for possible traffic delays.
Recently, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz sent a congratulations letter to Dyess Air Force Base after receiving the Air Force Outstanding Service Award. Check out the message below!
Team Dyess, The outbound lane for the Main Gate has been re-opened. Thank you.
Team Dyess, The outbound lane at Arnold (Main) Gate is closed until further notice. Please use Tye Gate for all outbound traffic at this time. Thank you!
The 7th Medical Group and all gates are now reopened.
Team Dyess, The 7th Medical Group is closed and cordoned off at this time. Please stay clear of the area until further notice.
This morning Lieutenant Colonel Cleve Rodriguez relinquished command of the 317th Maintenance Squadron to Major Jenna Rederus! Thank you Lt. Col. Rodriguez for your leadership and dedication to your unit and Team Dyess during your time here. We wish you a successful future wherever life and the Air Force takes you! We also wish a warm welcome back to Maj. Rederus. Your leadership and motivation will surely lead the 317th MXS to do amazing things!
Today, Lt. Col. Jake Elsass relinquished command of the 7th Component Maintenance Squadron to Maj. Travis Lytton. Thank you Lt. Col. Elsass for your leadership and dedication to your unit and Team Dyess during your time here. We wish you a successful future wherever life and the Air Force takes you! We also wish a warm welcome to Maj. Lytton. Your leadership and motivation will surely lead the 7th CMS to do amazing things! Click on the link below for more photos from the 7th CMS Change of Command.
The 317th Airlift Wing celebrated its date of wing re-designation at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, July 6. The 317th AW has a long lineage of performing tactical airlift duties, with a 70-year service in the U.S. Air Force. The 317th AW was established as the 317th Troop Carrier Wing on Aug. 10, 1948, and returned to its wing designation on July 6, 2017. Read more about the first year accomplishments by clicking on any of the photos!
Team Dyess, the 317th Airlift Wing is hosting its 1 year birthday celebration today! Events are as follows: 0930 - Squadron Tournaments (Football, softball, basketball, volleyball, kickball, relay races, tug-of-war, water ballon toss and capture the flag) 1130 - Cake cutting Ceremony at the Hangar Center parking lot. Open to Families Free movie: (Avengers: Infinity War) at 1300 Free all day: Outdoor pool, bounce houses, dunk tank and batting cages.
Team Dyess, July 6 is the 317th Airlift Wing birthday! To celebrate, there will be a party at the Hangar Center Parking Lot and will be open to all Dyess personnel and their families! Click on the flyer below for more information!
Team Dyess, As a mark of respect for the victims of the act of violence perpetrated at the Capital Gazette Newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland on June 28, 2018, the Dyess AFB flag will be flown at half-staff until sunset this evening, July 3rd.
Our 317th Airlift Wing really knows how to “kick it!” #ProudToBeAMC #HercWerk