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  • B-1B Lancer conducts off-station training at Luke AFB

    A U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer aircraft assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess Air Force Base conducts off-station training, Nov. 4, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The Lancer integration training with Luke AFB F-35A Lightning II aircraft was conducted to improve interoperability between the

  • Focus on: The 7th Civil Engineer Squadron

    The 7th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), commanded by Lt. Col. Rick Vermillion, is responsible for Dyess Air Force Base’s real property infrastructure to include utilities and land. His squadron has an end strength of 327 personnel, to include 244 active duty military, 75 civilians, and 8 contractors.

  • WE WILL FIGHT FROM HERE

    "Leading a B-1 bomber wing with a long range strike mission is about managing aircraft, Airmen, logistics and technology," according to Col. Joseph Kramer 7th Bomb Wing commander.The B-1 is the most lethal jet made. It can carry 24 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM), four more than its legacy

  • Dyess Airmen support hurricane relief

    In late-November at Dyess AFB, the 317th Airlift Wing was in the midst of a wing-wide exercise; this meant 24-hour operations for the men and women participating in the ‘Ability to Survive and Operate’ or ATSO exercise, “Chemical Fury.”But real-world demands stop for no one, Air Force exercise or

  • Deployment initiative revamps 18 year ops tempo

    The 19th Airlift Wing from Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, partnered with the 317th AW from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, to create the 4/12 deployment initiative, signifying the first time since September 11, 2001, that entire units from these wings will be home together. Through fulfilling

  • C-130s over Normandy

    C-130s from the 317th Airlift Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas and the 314th AW, Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, fly in formation over the beaches of Normandy, France, while participating in fly-over events June 4, 2019. More than 26 aircraft and 2,000 military personnel from various units and countries