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325th Fighter Wing Tyndall Mission Defense Team conducts first exercise
The 325th Communications Squadron Mission Defense Team participated in their first exercise since becoming the first operational MDT at Tyndall AFB June 11-15, 2018.The MDT is responsible for mission assurance at the base-level and focuses on defensive cyber operations of Air Force weapons systems.“The Mission Defense Team has never been a part of
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Career Skills Program: a success story Part II
Being a member of the U.S. Military is different from most occupations. Members have a sense of fraternity and loyalty to their comrades and their service. In turn, the military looks to take care of those whom raised their right hand; even when a service member’s contract is coming to a close.
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2018
325th Fighter Wing Siblings sworn to serve
Family lineage unveiled a career path for a pair of siblings raised in a military household. Traveling from post to post, their father, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, set a precedence for service before self. With a family history tracing back to the American Revolution, military service became a Stahl tradition. The choice to serve was
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2018
325th Fighter Wing, Father and son fighter pilots, F-22 Raptor, QF-16 Aerial Target Tom and Jerry’s Father’s Day special: Part II
In the early afternoon hours, Tom prepared, it was a day he had been longing for decades; the day he would finally have Jerry’s number. He carefully reviewed his plan, plotted his course, and prepared for the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse – a battle between father and son.
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2018
325th Training Support Squadron Change of Command 325th TRSS Change of Command
U.S. Air Force Col. Christian D. Kane, 325th Operations Group commander (left), passes the ceremonial guidon to Lt. Col. Justin A. Anhalt, incoming 325th Training Support Squadron commander (right), during a change of command ceremony at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., June 8, 2018. The 325th TRSS trains Airmen with unrivaled academics and realistic
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2018
passing of ceremonial guidon. 81st Range Control Squadron change of command
The 81st Range Control Squadron traces its heritage back to July 1, 1957 as the inactivated 4756th Drone Squadron that was responsible for providing ground controlled intercept and range radar support to U.S. Air Force operational test and evaluation programs. The 81st RCS carries on the spirit of the 4756th with 2018 marking 61 years of service at Tyndall.
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2018
325th Fighter Wing Tyndall First Sergeant’s Council gives thousands in scholarships
Four Team Tyndall Airmen received $1,000 scholarships to pursue their educational goals during an event at Tyndall June 6, 2018.The Tyndall First Sergeants Council partnered with First Command Financial Services and were able to double the original $500 tuition allowance for the scholarship recipients. This year’s scholarships were presented in
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2018
325th Fighter Wing Tom and Jerry’s Father’s Day special: Part I
In the early afternoon hours, a game of cat and mouse is played, Jerry once again on the verge of getting the best of Tom. This time the tides have turned, Tom came out victorious. These characters however, are not the cartoon stars some may be thinking about, they are a father-son duo in the U.S. Air Force. Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jerry,
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Career Skills Program: a success story Part I
When one steps outside of their military career, the transition to the civilian sector can be a daunting task. After the uniform is hung and the boots are worn from years of service, military members are left with many lingering questions, ‘will I be able to find gainful and fulfilling employment?’, ‘will I be able to adapt to a new work environment?’ To ease the uncertainty of transitioning to a new way of life, the Air Force developed a program to ensure Airmen achieve career success—the Career Skills Program.
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2018
Prescribed burn Prescribed burn slated for June 10, 2018
Tyndall AFB has a prescribed burn planned for June 10 between 8am and 6pm in burn compartment 5. The burn will be approximately 1,880 acres and will be north of the airfield. The transport winds are predicted to be westerly with the mixing height forecast at 5,000 feet, which should minimize smoke in sensitive areas. (courtesy graphic)
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2018
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