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  • New memorial honors 79 fallen Dyess Airmen

    Dyess leadership, along with Gen. Maryanne Miller, Air Mobility Command commander; the Abilene community; and approximately 100 Gold Star family members of fallen Airmen, came together for a memorial dedication ceremony July 19.After 10 months of construction and over $600,000 raised by the Abilene

  • McConnell honors late military working dog

    MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE, Kan. -- When picturing an Airman, most people don’t think of them as furry and four-legged, but military working dogs are critical to the mission and be the difference between life and death for human Airmen.On Jan. 19, Team McConnell came together to honor the memory of