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  • 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.

  • Abilene Military Affairs Committee tours Dyess Air Force Base

    Weapons load crew members assigned to the 7th Aircraft Maintenance Unit prepare to compete in a Load of the Quarter competition at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, April 14, 2022. Airmen assigned to the 28th, 7th, and 9th AMUs competed against each other during the competition. (U.S. Air Force photo by

  • Verification readies newly operational Airmen for fight

    Members of the 9th and 345th Bomb Squadrons, executing the Air Force’s Total Force Integration concept, work around the clock to ensure they are always ready to execute combat operations when needed. While employing the mighty B-1B Bone from Dyess Air Force Base, aircrew study and hone their skills

  • Snowstorm Operations at Dyess

    On February 14, a storm resulted in over 170 million Americans being placed under winter weather alerts across the United States. The winter storm caused power grids to fail across the U.S., causing blackouts for over 5.2 million homes and businesses with a vast majority being in Texas.Despite the

  • Leading the Way

    Two Airmen from the 7th Operations Support Squadron wanted to go above and beyond to inspire leadership by creating a Facebook page in December of last year called, "I want to become an officer in the USAF-Dyess AFB edition." "We were constantly asking our Unit Commander questions about how to