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  • Dyess History

    The base is named after Lt. Col. William Edwin Dyess, a native of Albany, Texas, who was captured by the Japanese on Bataan in April 1942. Dyess escaped in April 1943 and fought with guerilla forces on Mindanao until evacuated by submarine in July 1943. During retraining in the United States, his

  • Dyess Judge Advocate Office

    *All special court-martials begin at 0800 unless told otherwise.  Information on pending trials or

  • Dyess Komics

    Dyess Komics is the official comic strip of Dyess AFB. Created by Airman 1st Class Damon Kasberg, it will be directly tied to the base and touch on subjects that affect everyone. Comics are loaded as .jpeg files, so remember to click on the Download HiRes button for optimum viewing. Although comics

  • Education Services

    The base education office, 425 Third St., has a wide variety of services and programs to assist with educational needs. These include general education and vocational counseling as well as counseling on the Community College of the Air Force, college courses and Air Force commissioning programs.

  • Environmental Documents

    Air Force officials receive closure letter for environmental restoration siteDraft Environmental Assessment for Installation Development at Dyess AFB, TexasRemedial Action AppendixB-47 Crash SitePFOS/PFOA Water Sampling MFRThe AFCEC CERCLA Administrative Record Search website

  • EO Roles and Responsibilities: The offending person

    The following are responsibilities of the offending person when conflict occurs in the work place.· Stop the behavior immediately! · Apologize. Ask another person or supervisor for advice and ask them to accompany you as you talk to the recipient, or intervene on your behalf. · Talk to the recipient

  • Equal Opportunity Roles and Responsibilities: Commanders

     Commanders' Responsibilities · Fully support and encourage resolution of equal opportunity complaints at the lowest level.· Provide an atmosphere free from retaliation/reprisal.· Know and publicize the various channels and procedures for filing complaints or electing to resolve issues through

  • Equal Opportunity Roles and Responsibilities: Supervisors and Managers

    The following are responsibilities of Supervisors and managers:· Consider formal channels if the incident and behavior are serious, Examine your actions for subtle behaviors that could be viewed as double standards.· Set the "proper" standards.· Enforce Air Force and local Equal Opportunity

  • Family Services

    Family services is part of the Airman & Family Readiness Center. It is manned by volunteers dedicated to assisting Air Force members and their families adapting to the mobile military lifestyle. The office at 382 Ave. D, is open Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers are on hand to

  • Final Out-Processing

    What is Required at Your Final Out-Processing AppointmentImportant: You MUST be in uniform for your final out-processing appointment (ABU/Blues/Flight suit).If you do not arrive in uniform, your appointment will be rescheduled, your port call is subject to change and your commander will be