Dyess Air Force Base is located near the city of Abilene. It was originally known as Abilene Air Force Base until it was renamed on December 6, 1956, in honor of Lt. Col. William E. Dyess. The host unit, the 7th Bomb Wing, is home to the premier operational B-1B Lancer unit in the U.S. Air Force and a vital player in both Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Also located at Dyess is the 317th Airlift Group, which operates two of the most active C-130 flying squadrons in the Air Force.
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2009-2010 Goal: 356,000 lbs.
Current Total: 400,500 lbs.
% to Goal: 113%
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|Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.)||400,500|
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