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  • Dyess AFB establishes WAR Center

    Dyess AFB has taken a significant stride towards enhancing mission readiness with the recent establishment of their own Warrior Airman Readiness Center. This initiative follows a benchmark visit to Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, where members Team Dyess observed the successful implementation of their

  • New Cold Spray Repair Development Center to Support Dyess AFB

    The Dyess Air Force Base leadership team, the 7th Maintenance Group Cold Spray Repair Service Team, members of the Abilene community, and ES3 personnel pose for a group photo at the grand opening of ES3’s Cold Spray Repair Development Center, Abilene, Texas, March 25, 2024.

  • B-1B Lancer “Lancelot” Set to Rejoin Fleet

    A decommissioned B-1B Lancer aircraft was pulled from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona to rejoin the Air Force's Strategic Bomber Fleet and recently arrived at Tinker AFB to begin the regeneration process. The decision of the Strategic

  • Dyess B-1B Lancers deploy to Morón AB in first-ever BTF mission

    The 9th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, arrived at Morón Air Base, Spain, recently for Bomber Task Force 24-2.BTF 24-2 is the first time the B-1B Lancer has deployed to Morón AB as part of a BTF showcasing the Air Force’s ability to deploy to any place around the world

  • Dyess B-1B Lancer: Road to Regeneration

    Starting in October 2023, Dyess and Tinker AFB maintenance teams began to demilitarize a damaged B-1B Lancer at Dyess AFB and subsequently facilitated the regeneration of a B-1B that will join Dyess’ fleet later this year.

  • Dyess Airmen spar their way through Marine Corps Martial Arts Program

    Dyess Airmen and Marines execute lower body strikes during a Marine Corps Martial Arts Program at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Feb. 27, 2024. During MCMAP Airmen were taught self-defense and close-quarter combat skills by Dyess Marines. This program was originally developed specifically for Maines

  • Retired B-1 maintainers tour Dyess

    Retired U.S. Air Force maintainers and their families tour a B-1B Lancer during a maintainer reunion at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Feb. 24, 2024. The maintenance reunion is an event intended to reunite all current and past maintenance personnel and to honor fallen members. (U.S. Air Force photo by

  • Mental toughness, resiliency: Lessons from the life of Lt. Col. William Dyess

    Mental toughness and resiliency are crucial traits in today's fast-paced and competitive world. These traits are essential in coping with the ups and downs of life and facing challenges and adversity. The life of Lt. Col. William Dyess, Dyess Air Force Base’s namesake, is a testament to the power of