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Default Air Force Logo Security Forces steps up traffic enforcement
You're speeding through housing and you pass an unmarked government vehicle with a person using a speed measuring device. At first, there are no lights, no siren, but you pull around the corner and Security Forces is waiting for you with a traffic citation in hand. This scenario has been a reality for some Tyndall drivers. Due to an increasing
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2006
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --  First Lts. Andrew Popoola, Renee Powell and Darin Romain, Air Battle Manager students at the 325th Air Control Squadron, practice sending free-text messages to F-22 Raptor pilots. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Jon Quinlan) Tyndall spearheads F-22, ABM integration
The 325th Air Control Squadron and 43rd Fighter Squadron here are making significant advances integrating F-22 Raptor fighter tactics with command and control operations, enhancing the capabilities of both. One of the new advances is the ability to send text messages from command and control platforms to the Raptor using high-speed digital data
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Airmen try uniform board on for size in person
Letters to a newspaper's editor recently merited 10 Airmen personal invitations to the Pentagon to discuss uniform changes with the top Airman himself. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley saw the letters in the Air Force Times and decided to personally address the Airmen's concerns with a face-to-face meeting along with Chief Master
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Filing travel vouchers goes virtual on base
Tyndall Airmen will soon file all travel vouchers online through the Defense Travel System. The Department of Defense currently allows contingency deployment orders, formal training orders, permissive temporary duty and invitational travel orders to be filed through the finance office. These orders will soon be filed electronically through DTS. The
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2006
Default Air Force Logo SFS adopts 'Over the Limit, Under Arrest' program
The 325th Security Forces Squadron joined thousands of law enforcement and highway safety agencies from across the nation to launch an aggressive crackdown on drunken driving. The program, called "Drunk Driving: Over the Limit, Under Arrest," will begin in August and continue through the Labor Day holiday. "Make no mistake," said Maj. Christopher
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2006
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --  Maj. Paul Moga, 43rd Fighter Squadron pilot, gets ready to exit his F-22 Raptor cockpit after landing on Tyndall’s runway. He has since moved from the 43rd FS to be the Air Force’s first Raptor demonstration pilot. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Will Powell) Raptor pilot to show skills worldwide
The Air Force's first F-22 Raptor demonstration pilot was selected from the 43rd Fighter Squadron here. Maj. Paul Moga, 43rd FS assistant director of operations, will be relocating to the home station of the F-22 demonstration team, Langley AFB, Va., to begin training for upcoming airshow circuits. Air Combat Command considered all qualified Raptor
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Team Tyndall joins Air Force in developing F-22 FCR
  A Weapon System Evaluation Program data collection modification ... $350 million. Thinking outside of the box ... $55,000.. Air Force supporting Air Force ... priceless! That's a perfect description of the process used to analyze, develop and test a new Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile data collection system for the F-22 Raptor. Four
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2006
Default Air Force Logo 33rd Fighter Wing slated for F-35 training mission
Air Force officials announced plans to assign the mission of training new Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and allied F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter pilots and maintainers to the 33rd Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, Fla. Final planning for the move is dependent on the results of the ongoing environmental impact analysis process that is required by
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2006
Default Air Force Logo AETC announces civilian authorization reductions
Air Education and Training Command officials are looking at ways to streamline organizations into smaller, more agile forces and organizational structures to reduce the effect of reductions in the civilian workforce next spring. The Air Force plans to reduce its civilian workforce strength by 2,000 positions during FY07 as a result of Program
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Thrift Savings Plan augments federal employee retirement
The Thrift Savings Plan's automatic and matching contributions form a key part of the Federal Employees' Retirement System offering federal civilian employees opportunities to increase their retirement income. FERS civilian TSP account holders automatically receive a deposit equal to one percent of their basic pay each pay period once they are
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2006
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