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  • Dyess Increases Health Protection Condition Level

    Dyess Air Force Base raised its Health Protection Condition level to A from zero today in response to the spread of COVID-19.There have been no reported cases of the disease on Dyess AFB. This change is a precautionary measure designed to implement increased disease protection measures and education of base personnel in order to help prevent
  • Town Hall Q&A: Dining Facility Closure

     DFAC StaffQ: When is the DFAC Closing?A: 01 April 2020Q: Why is the DFAC closing?A: The DFAC’s fire suppression system needs to be brought up to fire code.Q: When will the DFAC reopen?A: We are projected to open in late August/early September. We will host an additional Town Hall to inform base populous if any delays occur and what to expect when
  • Re-imagining Dyess’ combat capacity

    It’s no secret that the B-1B Lancer and the Airmen who fly, maintain, and support the bomber have faced many obstacles over the last few years at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. Between an emergency landing in Midland, Texas, and two Air Force Global Strike Command safety stand-downs, 7th Bomb Wing Airmen worked day in and day out to ensure the B-1
  • Mobility Airmen complete Agile Combat Employment experiment

    Airmen from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, and Kadena Air Base, Japan, completed an Agile Combat Employment experiment at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Japan, Feb. 20, 2020. The training helped develop and improve an Air Force’s ability to rapidly deploy F-15 Eagle aircraft, personnel and equipment to austere locations
  • From DUI to BTZ: a story of recovery

    Mistakes happen.For Airmen, some mistakes can be career ending and reputation shattering. Being cited for driving under the influence is something the Air Force has no tolerance for, so it naturally puts a forceful halt on any career.(Former) Senior Airman Michael Kane found himself in the back of a patrol car after driving drunk in April 2017.
  • 7th Medical Group opens a new ScriptCenter

    Starting March 11, 2020, the 7th Medical Group’s pharmacy will implement a new ScriptCenter with free services in the Dyess Exchange next to Military Clothing Sales at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.“Our main goal with working with ScriptCenter is to cut down patient wait time and add convenience for refilled medications,” said Maj. Miranda
  • Dyess Airmen commemorate retaking of Corregidor Island

    U.S. service members from the 317th Airlift Wing from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, and the 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment from Vicenza, Italy, commemorated members of the allied forces in World War II during a ceremony marking the 75th Anniversary of the retaking of Corregidor Island at the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in Manila,
  • Teen dating violence awareness

    February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month that began in 2004 to encourage parents and adolescents to talk about relationships and how to be safe. This awareness campaign aims to break the cycle of violence by providing support and services to victims, their families and their communities.“Adolescents in abusive
  • 7th CES clears snow, paves the way

    Tech. Sgt. Collin Tompkins, 7th Civil Engineer Squadron pavement and construction equipment operator, drives a snow plow to clear snow off the road in the traffic circle at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Feb. 5, 2020. CES members consistently maintain and repair all facilities and roadways to ensure base personnel are able to complete their missions.