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  • Dyess Airman Death

    An Airman assigned to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, died following an off-duty car accident outside of the local area on Nov. 26, 2023.

  • 9th Bomb Squadron Commander Removed

    The 9th Bomb Squadron commander was removed from his leadership position on September 18, 2023, due to a loss of confidence in his ability to complete the assigned duties.New leadership is necessary to ensure good order and discipline and continued high performance within the organization. To


    A base exercise is scheduled to take place at Dyess Air Force Base tomorrow, Wednesday, June 29.During the exercise there will be an increased security forces and first responder presence on and around Dyess Air Force Base. There is a potential during the exercise for delays in regular day-to-day

  • Memorial service to be held for Dyess Airman

    A memorial service is to be held in honor of Senior Airman Lawrence Ross at 10 a.m. on October 23, 2015, at the base theater here.The memorial will be private, open only to base personnel and the family and friends of Ross.Service dress is requested though not required.1st Lt. Woodrow Peatt has been

  • TORQUE 62 Memorial to be held for Dyess Airmen

    A TORQUE 62 (pronounced "six two") Memorial is to be held in honor of Capt. Jordan Pierson, Capt. Jonathan "JJ" Golden, Staff Sgt. Ryan Hammond, and Senior Airman Quinn Johnson-Harris at 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Abilene Civic Center Thursday.The TORQUE 62 Memorial will be open to the public and begin

  • Child injury reported at Dyess

    The 7th Bomb Wing and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations are assisting the Abilene Police Department in the investigation of a child injury on Dyess AFB and will continue to do so. "Our first concern is the physical and mental health and well-being of those involved in this incident, as


    An Airman assigned to the 7th Comptroller Squadron at Dyess Air Force Base was pronounced dead July 22, 2012 at 9:43 p.m. at his personal residence in Abilene. Staff Sgt. Wesley R. Tuttle, a California native, is survived by his wife, Devyn Tuttle, who resided in Abilene, and mother, Terri Lynn

  • Tops In Blue scheduled to visit Abilene

    The U.S. Air Force's Tops In Blue will offer a free night of family entertainment at the Abilene Civic Center at 7:00 p.m. on July 31, 2012. "Tops in Blue is the Air Force's premier entertainment showcase," said Tom Edwards, show producer and chief of Air Force Entertainment. "The new 2012 team is a

  • Dyess boil alert lifted

    On June 17 a boil alert was issued to Dyess AFB/Public Water System customers for the need to boil water prior to consumption due to reduced pressure in drinking water lines on base.This alert has been rescinded due to results obtained by the Abilene Public Health lab, verifying that the water is

  • Boil alert in effect

    Due to reduced pressure in drinking water lines on base, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requires notice be given to customers of the Dyess AFB/Public Water System of the need to boil water prior to consumption.To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for