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  • Detachment 3

    The Training System Support Center is located in the 28th Bomb Squadron building, and while the name may seem self-explanatory, there is much more to training support than most people realize. When visiting the TSSC, one is likely to see engineers hard at work, but what is notably absent is anyone

  • Dining Facility

    Longhorn Dining Facility This new dining facility sets the example in the Air Force as being great in food service, winning the Air Force Hennessey Award in 2002. The Longhorn offers cafeteria style dining with a large menu selection that includes a salad bar and deserts. Prices are reasonable.

  • Dorm Management Office

    The Dorm Management Office will help with any needs concerning the safety and welfare of the Airmen living in the Dyess dorms. If you need to put in a maintenance work order, contact the DMO using the info listed below or go to the Air Force Connect App, save Dyess as your favorite, click Dorm

  • Dyess AFB Voting Assistance Program

    Current as of Dec. 5, 2019Why is voting different for military members and their families?Military voting is different because extended or overseas absences can prevent service members from using normal state voting rules. A special law, called the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act

  • Dyess Against Drunk Driving

    350 saves and counting!Purpose"The Air Force does not tolerate the illegal or improper use of drugs by Air Force Personnel, the AF policy [also] recognizes that alcohol abuse negatively affects public behavior, duty performance, and/or physical and Mental Health" as stated in AFI 44-212. This is why

  • Dyess Air Force Base

    Big Country Bastion, Abilene Army Airfield ca. 1944As the saying goes, "The Air Force wasn't born in West Texas, it got here as quickly as it could." Roots of Air and Space power in the Big Country can be traced back to Abilene Army Airfield.World War II saw the blossoming of "tent camps" throughout

  • Dyess Air Park

    These historic aircraft represent the successes and countless sacrifices of United States military members throughout the years. Each has earned its spot in the annals of Air Force history and a special place in the hearts of the men and women who served with them. Dyess invites all base visitors to

  • Dyess Event Center

    The 7th Force Support Squadron operates a co-located center for officer and enlisted service members called The Dyess Event Center. It's located at 217 Fifth St. The Dyess Event Center maintains a schedule of activities for entertainment and recreation including a ballroom, officer's lounge which is

  • 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