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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jadlow Hughes, 325th Medical Support Squadron laboratory technician, performs tests on glucose levels of a patient in the 325th MDSS laboratory, June 20, 2016. These are known as hemoglobin A1C tests, which reflects the average blood glucose control and is an important measurement for those with diabetes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) Punctual Pills: 325th MDSS cranks out 1,000 scripts a day
Just like any small city, Tyndall AFB has a need for its residents to get medications, and the 325th Medical Support Squadron makes sure they get the medications they need. The 325th MDSS operates two separate pharmacies to ensure Tyndall’s service members, families and retirees receive their medications.
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Default Air Force Logo Pharmacy technician continues family’s military service
Continuing a lineage of service that his family started, a Tyndall Airman excels both in his medical job and in his commitment to preserving the Air Force esprit de corps by serving in the base honor guard.
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Richard Turner, a forest technician assigned to the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources, inspects a home-made wooden toy at the Natural Resources building June 14, 2016. Turner was chosen as the ‘Unsung Hero’ as part of Tyndall Air Force Base’s squadron of the week program, and one of his hobbies includes woodworking. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sergio A. Gamboa/Released) Unsung Hero: Richard Turner, a force of nature
Richard Turner has been a forestry technician with the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources flight for the past six years. He monitors the forest, provides wildfire protection and helps with forest enhancement and restoration.
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Jared Kwitowski, a wildlife biologist assigned to the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources, holds a black bear skull at the Natural Resources office June 10, 2016. The black bear is found on Tyndall AFB, and it is the only species of bear found in Florida. Adult males weigh between 250 and 350 pounds and females usually weigh 130 to 180 pounds. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sergio A. Gamboa/Released) Maintaining Tyndall’s natural resources; CES knows best
More than 30,000 acres of Tyndall land and water has to be maintained, not only for Tyndall’s mission, but its wildlife. Advancing and sustaining these resources is important to the health and morale of Airmen, as well as sustaining the mission. One 325th Civil Engineer Squadron flight’s goal is making sure this is accomplished.
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Maj. Justin Hedrick, 2nd Fighter Training Squadron pilot, receives a brief before stepping to his aircraft for a mission June 1, 2016, at the 2nd FTS building. The 2nd FTS is tasked with going head-to-head with the F-22 Raptor, providing world class, professional air-to-air threat replication. 2nd Fighter Training Squadron: sharpening the raptors talon
Every great fighter has to start somewhere, and training the pilots for the world’s most dominant fighter aircraft, the F-22 Raptor, starts here at Tyndall. The 2nd Fighter Training Squadron flies the T-38 Talons at Tyndall, and is tasked with going head-to-head with the Raptor, providing world class, professional air-to-air threat replication.
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Airman 1st Class Ian Tracy stands at attention during a change of command ceremony June 2. Tracy is the Unsung Hero for the 2nd Fighter Training Squadron. Tracy credits his success in life to his parents, and is motivated by his love of his son. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) 2nd Fighter Training Squadron Unsung hero: Ian Tracy
Stress can be a major roadblock in one’s life, a barrier that can make or break any endeavor. For an Airman with the 2nd Fighter Training Squadron at Tyndall, learning to manage stress led him down a happier path.
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Airman 1st Class Roswell Sartwell, 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs broadcaster, prepares for the Tyndall Report May 25, at WMBB, News 13, Panama City, Fla. The Tyndall Report is a one to two-minute news segment broadcast on several Bay County television news stations that delivers base news to the local community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Fox Echols III) Squadron of the Week: 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but when the pen and the sword work together, they are unstoppable. The 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office is Tyndall’s pen.The public affairs office provides advice and counsel to the leaders of the 325th FW, and communicates the commander’s priorities and messages through three core functions: command
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(Left) Airman 1st Class Russ Jackson during his air transportation technical training. (Courtesy Photo)

(Right) Staff Sgt. Russ Jackson, 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs broadcaster, films on the flightline Feb. 5, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Jackson was among 200 Tyndall Airmen that traveled to Nellis for Red Flag 16-1, a joint-training, full-spectrum readiness exercise designed to provide the most realistic combat training possible. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Fox Echols III)  
From K-loaders to cameras
Three years ago, the 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Unsung Hero was working as an air transportation Airman at McChord Field, Washington. Now, Staff Sgt. Russ Jackson makes video products that tell Team Tyndall’s story and co-anchors a weekly segment called the Tyndall Report on local news stations. But it was at McChord where he first got the
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Garry Acree, 82nd Aerial Target Squadron E-9A Widget pilot, scans the horizon during a mission, May 19, at Tyndall Air Force Base. Some of the roles performed by the aircraft include sea surveillance, telemetry and radio relay. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) The Mighty Widget: E-9A surveillance critical to weapons evaluation
In today’s Air Force, the need to do more with less is paramount. The 82nd Aerial Target Squadron has an aircraft suited for the needs of many, allowing its versatility to save the Air Force money. The E-9A Widget, a modified version of the Bombardier Dash-8, plays many roles in the mission of the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s Weapons System Evaluation Programs.
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Airman Basic Carli Johnson, 325th Force Support Squadron Berg-Liles Dining Facility chef, chops bell peppers in preparation for a meal at Tyndall Air Force Base, May 17. Food service specialist like Johnson are trained to be knowledgeable in functions such as preparing, cooking, baking, presenting, and serving food. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) DFAC Fresh: Dining facility feeds fresh food to Tyndall
The food service professionals of the dining facility are dedicated to serving Airmen the finest fresh food available in the quickest, most efficient, manner possible.
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