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  • 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

  • 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

  • Air Force, Army conduct joint deployment prep exercises

    The 39th Airlift Squadron and 40th Airlift Squadron assigned to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, worked alongside the 428th Field Artillery Brigade assigned to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to complete a joint exercise with three C-130J Super Hercules, May 1, at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.During the exercise, each

  • 317th AW Airmen return home safely

    Airmen and aircraft assigned to the 39th Airlift Squadron and 317th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron returned to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, from a deployment to Afghanistan Sept. 17, 2018. The deployment supported Operation Freedom’s Sentinel and Operation Resolute Support. While the main mission set

  • 317th MXG Airmen rescue veteran from crash

    After four Airmen assigned to the 317th Maintenance Group sat down to eat lunch at the Blue Sky in Abilene, Texas, May 18, something outside caught the attention of people inside the restaurant.As crowds gathered at the windows, the Airmen noticed a vehicle had crashed into the creek bed of Catclaw

  • Air Force transitions to a single combat uniform

    Air Force leaders announced the service will move to a single combat utility uniform, adopting the Operational Camouflage Pattern, or OCP, already in use by the Army and Airmen in combat zones and in certain jobs across the Air Force.

  • Dungeons & Dragons: The adventure continues

    Airmen and families from all over Dyess Air Force Base have been participating in a Dungeons & Dragons (5th Edition) campaign every other Thursday at the Hangar Center since November 2017.Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy, tabletop, role-playing game designed to let players create their own characters