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Default Air Force Logo Summer Camp helps stave off summer boredom
School's out for summer! Well, it may not be yet, but it will be very soon - and the Tyndall Youth Center has the solution to vacation boredom: Summer Camp. Starting the day after school officially ends, Summer Camp will bring on the activities, field trips and a fun and safe environment for kids to hang out. "The most exciting part about our
0 5/02
2007
Senior Airman Jeremy Cole cleans and checks the connections on a communications dish that transmits and receives data and voice signals for Contingency Operating Location Bilate, the southern-most U.S. COL in Ethiopia located 420 nautical miles south of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa headquarters in Djibouti. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Scott Wagers) Keeping the 'comm' up

0 5/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo Top FS awarded 'bragging rights'
Will the 95th Fighter Squadron claim a three-peat victory and again have bragging rights as the top Tyndall Fighter Squadron? The 95th FS earned bragging rights by winning the Turkey Shoot competition the last two consecutive times the competition was held here. Pulling off another win against the 2nd and 43rd Fighter Squadrons will be an even
0 4/30
2007
Myers Mariners team member, Marcus Wilson, 7, gets ready to pass the baton to his classmate.  Children raced in relays and competed in tug of war with fellow classes within their grade at Tyndall Elementary School’s annual Field Day Thursday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chrissy Cuttita) Spring fever

0 4/26
2007
Default Air Force Logo Tyndall’s top ACMI expert is AETC ‘employee of the year’
The results of the 2006 Air Education and Training Command Flying Training awards have come in, and a member from Tyndall has walked away with one of them. Skip Sanders, 325th Operations Support Squadron Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation functional director won the "AETC Flying Training Support Employee of the Year." "Support Employee of the
0 4/26
2007
Donna Desporte, Airman’s Attic volunteer, inventories items available for donation, a job she said she enjoyed spending 230 of her spare hours doing in 2006. She was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award at Tyndall's Volunteer Recognition Monday. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Chrissy Cuttita) Tyndall awards volunteers, commends community service
Numerous members of Tyndall's military community were recognized for their voluntary service on and off base at the annual Volunteer Recognition ceremony Monday, when three volunteers were given top honors. Tech. Sgt. Esther Whitcomb, a reservist at the 601st Air Operations Center, took top honors, being awarded the 2007 Presidents Volunteer
0 4/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo Tyndall cops head back to Iraq in force for detainee operations
The 325th Security Forces Squadron is headed back to the fight again this time with an unprecedented amount of troops to support detainee operations in Iraq. Tyndall has Airmen assigned to both Iraq and Afghanistan at all times, but security forces are deployed more than any other organization on Tyndall AFB. However, this time they will contribute
0 4/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Silver Carpet Ride
"Hello honey. How was work? What did you do today?" This may be the usual conversation starter when a husband or wife returns home from work, and the most common response may be, "Busy. . . I did the same thing I do every day." So what does the "same thing I do every day" mean? For spouses of members assigned to the 325th Operations Support
0 4/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Annoying chirp... good cause
Picture the following in your mind: It's early evening on a Saturday. You have just settled onto the couch for a couple hours of watching your favorite college football team play in the big game. You have everything you need by your side - beverages, popcorn and the little stuffed team mascot. You kick your feet up onto the ottoman, grab the remote
0 4/23
2007
Scholarship (Kebil) Local student balances life's demands, is recognized with scholarship
For a freshman student at Gulf Coast Community College, striking a balance between employment and education is a daily challenge. Stephanie Fields, a student studying elementary education at Gulf Coast Community College, works more than 25 hours a week as an assistant manager, while also tackling a demanding academic course load. "Working is
0 4/23
2007
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