After officers knocked on the door, the airman came out of the house with a rifle and handgun.
Dyess Air Force Base
Lt. Col. Pete Leija was removed by Col. Jeffrey Menasco, 317th Airlift Wing commander, and is under investigation.
The Air Force has resumed flights of the B-1B Lancer bomber after a nearly month-long stand-down of the fleet.
The Trump administration appears to have shelved a plan to house migrant kids on military bases in the southwest.
Officials said that it was the first-ever successful landing of a B-1B experiencing this type of ejection seat mishap.
The Pentagon is preparing to build temporary camps for immigrants at two military bases, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said.
The request for temporary shelter was made by the Department of Health and Human Services and accepted by the DOD.
Military bases could soon become home to migrant families while they await immigration or criminal proceedings.
B-1B Lancer flight operations are set to resume this week after a stand-down of bomber missions that lasted nearly two weeks.
Lt. Col. William Edwin Dyess was honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in honor of his service during World War II.