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    The 7th Bomb Wing’s emergency operations center was activated around 12:30 p.m. May 19 to discuss base fire response plans as a pre-emptive safety measure should the local Mesquite Heat Fire impact Dyess Air Force Base or its members.

  • 7th Maintenance Group welcomes new commander

    DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – Col. Joshua Pope assumed command of the 7th Maintenance Group from Col. Brady Wilkins during a change of command ceremony at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, May 13.

  • Focus on the 7th Logistic Readiness Squadron (7th LRS)

    This is the fourth in a series of articles titled FOCUS ON… highlights what the men and women of 7th Bomb Wing’s support functions contribute every day. The series provides information on the mission and responsibilities of Black Cross support squadrons by sharing how professional Airmen deliver

  • Does Ultra High-Pressure work?

    Commentary by Chief Master Sgt. Charles Clawson.As the Air Force modernized its aircraft and rescue firefighting vehicle fleet with ultra-high-pressure vehicles, many firefighters across the career field did not jump on board with the new technology.There were many criticisms of the vehicle, some

  • Dyess hosts Women’s Summit in conjunction with 80th WASP Anniversary

    Dyess Air Force Base hosted the Dyess Women's Summit on April 29 in celebration of military women. The inaugural event marked the 80th anniversary for Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASP, as well as the 80th anniversary of the 317th Airlift Wing and the 80th anniversary of the 8th Air Force.

  • Project: Go-Comm improves forward communication networks

    Senior Airman Jordan Heck, 7th Communications Squadron client systems apprentice and first-term Airman, identified a gap in agile communications deployment based on his firsthand experience on several past bomber task force missions. Named “Project: Go-Comm,” he created a lightweight, mobile

  • B-1 makes first-ever appearance at Sun ‘n Fun air show

    Members of the 337th Test and Evaluation Squadron flew to Lakeland, Fla., to participate in the Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo, one of the world’s largest annual aviation events, April 5-10, 2022.This was the first time in the expo’s 80 years that the B-1B Lancer was featured as a static display for the

  • 28th BS welcomes new commander

    U.S. Air Force Col. John McClung, 7th Operations Group commander, presents the guidon to Lt. Col. Kristen Jenkins, incoming 28th Bomb Squadron commander, Jenkins took command from Lt. Col. Thompson during the 28th BS change of command ceremony officiated by McClung inside the Three Bay Hangar at