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  • Dyess AFB accepting applications for Honorary Commander Program

    Dyess Air Force Base is accepting applications from members of the Abilene community for the Honorary Commander’s Program for 2022.The Honorary Commander’s Program is an executive-level program intended to educate community members who have limited knowledge of the Air Force and Dyess AFB to foster

  • Soul Fire Café Grand Re-Opening

    Senior Airman Dustin Brooks, Dyess We Care Team leader and logistics manager, Chaplain (Lt. Col) Gabriel Rios, 7th Bomb Wing wing chaplain, and Chief Master Sgt. Matthew Coltrin, 7th BW command chief, cut a ribbon during the grand re-opening of the Soul Fire Café at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, June

  • Dyess AFB conducts active shooter exercise

    Master Sgt. Shannon Fulmer, 7th Security Forces Squadron Operations NCO in charge, practices providing over watch for his wingmen while performing a weapons sweep during an active shooter exercise at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, May 24, 2022. Active shooter exercises are a biannual Department of

  • Dy-Fi upgrades Dyess Wi-Fi

    Personnel from the 7th Communications Squadron and contractors upgraded the base’s Wi-Fi from previous versions to Wi-Fi 5 across Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, May 2-25.


    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.