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Default Air Force Logo Tyndall aims for base, Air Force energy goals
As the largest consumer of energy in the Department of Defense, the Air Force has developed a two-part strategy to reduce energy consumption and waste. "This strategy of assured domestic supply and aggressive energy conservation will benefit our entire Air Force, but we need all Airmen to do their part," said Secretary of the Air Force Michael
0 10/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Watch What You Heat
How often has the doorbell rung or a child interrupted you while you were cooking, causing you to forget about the chicken you left sizzling on the stove until smoke filled the house? If this scenario or a similar one doesn't sound familiar, you may want to think about it more because it's likely that you, a friend or family member has run the risk
0 10/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Air Force Memorial completed
The Air Force Memorial's stainless steel spires were finished Sept. 21. Reaching a height of 270 feet and located on a promontory overlooking Arlington Cemetery, the memorial will transform the greater Washington, D.C., skyline and provide visitors with a commanding view of the nation's Capitol, according to retired Maj. Gen. Edward F. Grillo Jr.,
0 10/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo Readiness Airmen receive occupational badge
When six Airmen received the new Civil Engineer Readiness occupational badge during a ceremony here Oct. 2, a lasting impression was made on the careers of those involved in the ceremony and present in the chemical warfare classroom during the event. "This badge will ensure they are recognized as experts in a chemical, biological, radiological and
0 10/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo PT uniform now mandatory
The wear of the Air Force physical training uniform for unit fitness activities is now mandatory. All Airmen will be required to have one running suit, two T-shirts and two pair of shorts.The Air Force created the PTU to support unit cohesion and present a professional, standardized image.Also beginning in October, enlisted Airmen will receive an
0 10/03
2006
Default Air Force Logo Tax credits 'pay' those most energy efficient
Energy conservation is no longer simply the token issue of grass-roots environmental policy debate and lobbying efforts. Since the signing of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, every taxpayer is affected by energy conservation legislation and tax laws, which offer considerable incentives to those who realize the need to become more
0 10/03
2006
Default Air Force Logo Tyndall featured in new AF advertising campaign
The Air Force unveiled an innovative television and online advertising campaign Sept. 18 aimed at giving teens and Internet users a realistic view of life in the military. Tyndall Airmen were filmed for the Air Force Recruiting's Web site, www.dosomethingamazing.com. Click "Raptor" to see Tyndall's air traffic controllers, engine mechanics, pilots,
0 10/03
2006
Default Air Force Logo Passports to be required soon
People traveling to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada will be required to have a passport or other secure, accepted document to enter or re-enter the United States by Jan. 1, 2008 according to the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004.  "The State Department has not finalized what other documents will be
0 10/03
2006
Default Air Force Logo Next generation information network coming to Tyndall
The 325th Communications Squadron is supporting Team Tyndall with a next generation network upgrade through the Air Force Combat Information Transport System program this month. "This is the first base-wide upgrade of our fiber optic network since the CITS was installed at Tyndall eight years ago," said Chief Master Sgt. Carol Cox, 325th CS plans
0 10/03
2006
Default Air Force Logo Airman, community 'voice' remembered
Tyndall lost a dear Air Force family member Saturday with the passing of Maj. Gen. Larry Fleming, 31 years and one day after he retired from the Air Force.     He was well known for his active voice on the base and in Bay County, where he lived since shortly after he retired. "He was active, no question about it," said retired Maj. Gen. Carl
0 10/03
2006
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