Dyess reflects on namesake’s WWII trials

U.S. Air Force Col. Brandon Parker, left, commander of the 7th Bomb Wing, and Chief Master Sgt. Kenny Mott, command chief of the 7th BW, lead a group of Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, members during a ruck march on base, April 4, 2018. Lt. Col. William Dyess was a part of the Bataan Death March, as well as a Japanese prisoner of war during World War II. The march honored the 75th anniversary of Dyess’ escape from Davao Penal Colony prison camp in the Philippines.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman River Bruce)

PHOTO BY: Airman River Bruce
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