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  • 7th BW receives Global Strike Challenge awards

    The 7th Bomb Wing held a ceremony to recognize base personnel for their accomplishments as the wing received the best bomb Fairchild Trophy, the Ellis Giant Sword Trophy, the Barksdale Trophy and the 28th Bomb Squadron received the Mitchell Trophy and Eaker Trophy at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas,

  • WAPS Test Changes

    Starting with the 22E6 and E5 promotion testing cycles, the Air Force will begin using Situational Judgment Test questions as part of the Promotion Fitness Examination (PFE).

  • Focus On the 7th Munitions Squadron (7MUNS)

    Since Sept. 11, 2001, most people that served in the military thought that a bomb maker was a bad guy. But not all bomb makers are bad guys. There are 232 good guy bomb makers supporting the 7th Bomb Wing mission on Dyess AFB, Texas, working in a facility located on aptly named, Ammo Road.

  • Global Strike Challenge '21 announces 'Best of the Best'

    Air Force Global Strike Command announced the winners of Global Strike Challenge 2021 at the multi-month competition’s capstone event Dec. 8, here.Global Strike Challenge is the world's premier bomber and intercontinental ballistic missile operations and maintenance, helicopter operations and

  • Dyess Airmen take on Mosaic Tiger exercise

    Airmen from the 317th Airlift Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, recently participated in exercise Mosaic Tiger at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, Nov 15-19, 2021.Mosaic Tiger is a five day, multi-phase exercise focused on quick turn deployment to a simulated war environment. The training included

  • Focus On the 7th Security Forces Squadron (7th SFS)

    Political pundits often say elections have consequences, meaning things either become better or things become worse. In the U.S. Air Force, a change of command can make things better or worse. Often it takes a new leader, a squadron commander, several weeks to make his or her imprint on a unit to be