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  • 'Mighty Eighth' Commander chooses Dyess for first command visit

    Maj. Gen. Andrew Gebara, 8th Air Force and Joint-Global Strike Operations Center commander, visited Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, as his first base tour Aug. 22-23, 2021.
  • Bomber mission showcased during Acting SecAF visit to 3 AFGSC bases

    Acting Secretary of the Air Force John Roth saw first-hand how Global Strike Airmen are supporting world-wide bomber operations during visits to Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, Dyess AFB, Texas, and Whiteman AFB, Missouri, April 6 and 7.
  • 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 state of affairs and the standstill, Dyess Air
  • Panther Storm 2: Advancing Rapid Global Mobility

    Multiple C-130J Super Hercules crews from Little Rock Air Force, Arkansas, and Dyess AFB, Texas, partnered with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division for a Joint Forcible Entry exercise Nov. 3-6 at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina.
  • 7th Bomb Wing Airmen and B-1s support 2020 BTFs

    In May this year, approximately 200 Airmen assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing deployed to Andersen AFB, Guam, for the first BTF in the Indo-Pacific area of responsibility. Now, the 9th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron and 7th BW Airmen have returned to Andersen AFB to participate in another BTF to help support a free and open Indo-Pacific region while also testing and redefining B-1B Lancer capabilities.
  • 317th Airlift Wing celebrates historic homecoming

    All Airmen and aircraft from the 317th AW now have six-to-eight month dwell time before the next deployment. This will be the longest period of time that all Airmen have been at home station since the start of the war on terror.
  • Public Health Emergency Officers balance risk and mission during crisis

    The COVID-19 pandemic pushed the role of Air Force public health emergency officers to the forefront. PHEOs are military treatment facility staff who are designated to serve as a resource to help guide installation commanders during a large scale public health incident. They provide expertise and recommendations to base leadership on how to respond, mitigate, and control the incident as well as coordinate information and response activities with local community health officials.
  • Dyess AFB conducts Air Force’s First Virtual Collider

    On April 28, Dyess AFB was the first base to introduce the Virtual Collider, a forum to discuss challenges and potential areas of improvement around the Air Force.
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