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  • Airman overcomes abuse, walks new path

    His face turned dark blue from a lack of oxygen as he lied underneath the water at the bottom of a bathtub. This was his time, his way out, his escape from all the pain. He was only eight years old.Jordan only knew pain and suffering during his childhood. It was normal in Jordan’s young life to be physically and mentally abused by his stepfather
  • PROTECT THIS HOUSE

    How much would you pay for a house? More precisely, a house which provides protection and security for those that call it home. A house where the foundation is made from rich soil and a structure to withstand the test of time. A house that cannot only hold the brightest lights, but will emit light, hope, faith, and love. A house that will endure
  • Med Group improves annual process

    The 7th Medical Group has improved the process for Airmen’s Periodic Health Assessments to ensure Airmen are deployable at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.Members of the 7th MDG took people’s concerns to heart and vowed to improve the PHA process. After many meetings and planning, it was decided that Airmen would complete their PHAs and annual dental
  • Dyess Airman attends AFWERX innovation event, receives $125,000 for project

    Tech. Sgt. Cynthia Ward, 7th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment support section NCO in charge, attended an AFWERX inaugural Spark Collider event in Austin, Texas, Aug 14, 2019, where she received $125,000 to work on a project that encompasses building an automated AGE tracking system.AFWERX is a U.S. Air Force program that
  • 7th Medical Group holds redesignation ceremony

    The Air Force’s Medical Reform model has arrived at Dyess Air Force Base and has brought changes to squadrons within the 7th Medical Group. The 7th Aerospace Medicine Squadron is redesignated as the 7th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and the 7th Medical Operation Squadron is now the 7th Health Care Operations Squadron during a redesignation
  • Brave pilot keeps crew safe during hostile flight

    Capt. Mark King Jr., 39th Airlift Squadron assistant chief of tactics and C-130J Super Hercules pilot, received the U.S. Air Force Exceptional Aviator Award in August 2019 at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.The award is presented annually to an aviator selected by the USAF, based on exceptional deeds performed to assure mission success, acts of valor
  • AFGSC Commander visits Dyess, emphasizes Resilience Tactical Pause

    Gen. Tim Ray, Commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, his wife, Rhonda, and Chief Master Sgt. Charles Hoffman, Command Chief of Air Force Global Strike Command, visited Dyess Air Force Base Aug. 22 to tour various facilities and speak with Airmen and their families.During an all-call with 7th Bomb Wing Airmen, Ray emphasized the importance of
  • 39th Airlift Squadron hits west coast skies, drops 200 Marines

    Members of the 317th Airlift Wing at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, recently trained in airspaces over Nevada and California, August 8 – 16.This training was designed to prepare 39th Airlift Squadron aircrew for future deployed operations in mountainous terrains.Pilots experience higher atmospheric pressure in high altitudes which change the way
  • Fairchild Fuels Dyess AFB B-1B Lancers

    A KC-135 Stratotanker and aircrew members from Team Fairchild's 384th Air Refueling Squadron conducted air refueling training missions in support of 7th Bomb Wing B-1B Lancers Aug. 12-16 at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas.
  • Team Dyess competes in Global Strike Challenge

    Airmen, family members and friends came out to support the 7th Bomb Wing as they competed in the seventh Air Force Global Strike Challenge at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Aug. 14, 2019.The challenge is designed to showcase the world’s premier bomber and intercontinental ballistic missile force, recognize outstanding Air Force Global Strike Command
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