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Senior Airman Amanda Masters, 337th Air Control Squadron weapons simulation technician, practices her skills while Staff Sgt. Steven King, 337th ACS pilot simulator, looks on at the 337th ACS building, Jan. 13. Masters was selected by her leadership to be the squadrons “Unsung Hero” for her dedication and excellence. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) 337th Air Control Squadron Unsung hero
From guiding horses to guiding aircraft, one Airman from the 337th Air Control Squadron has made her mark on the squadron and is riding high.Senior Airman Amanda Masters, 337th ACS weapons simulation technician, was born in New York, but calls a little town in Kentucky home."I was an Air Force brat, so we moved a lot," Masters said. "I was born on
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2016
Major Matthew Joseph, commander of the 823rd Red Horse Squadron, Detachment 1 receives the guidon, July 2015.  Joseph took command of Tyndall’s Silver Flag readiness and training mission and has ensured that civil engineers, communications, force Support, and finance personnel learn how to build and maintain bare-base operations at a forward-deployed location.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) Meet the Commander: Major Matthew Joseph, Engineering Resilience
Being in command can be a heavy burden, a burden that can weigh even more when life throws hard times our way.Major Mathew Joseph, commander of Detachment 1, 823rd RED HORSE Squadron, has not only dealt with all the challenges of a new command, but also the passing of his wife, Staci. Joseph had been in the Air Force for a little more than 13 years
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2016
First Lt. Colby Ray, 337th Air Control Squadron air battle manager student, practices his skills at the 337th ACS building, Jan. 15. With a demanding 9-month course, ABM students are rigorously tested with academic work and long, challenging days. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) Squadron of the Week: 337th Air Control Squadron
In the warfighting environment, all of the pieces on the battlefield must come together in order to accomplish the mission. The Airmen who help guide these pieces into place are the air battle managers.The 337th Air Control Squadron,  the squadron that trains these warfighters, is our squadron of the week. Preparing these undergraduate ABMs for
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2016
Staff Sgt. Jenna Bruhn, 325th Medical Support Squadron medical materiel technician, scans a box containing medical instruments at the medical materiel facility Jan. 7. The primary mission of the medical materiel technicians and the flight is to synchronize forward logistics and procure medical-surgical supplies to clinicians throughout the 325th MDSS and the entire 325th Medical Group. They serve 28 cost-centers and manage an annual $9.4 million budget. Keeping Airmen and families mission ready
The various flights and facilities within the 325th Medical Support Squadron and the roles they play make a substantial contribution to fulfilling Tyndall's mission.In 2015, the squadron was recognized by Col. Derek France, 325th Fighter Wing commander, as "leading the wing in evaluation reporting" with their efficiency in adapting to the new
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Operation Desert Storm: 25th anniversary
Sunday,  January 17, 2016, marks the 25th anniversary of the beginning of Operation Desert Storm, usually called the First Gulf War.Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in August 1990 represented a direct assault on an American ally and represented a direct threat to the world's oil supply. Fearing an assault on Saudi Arabia, the United States and other
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2016
Senior Airman Jazmin Garcia, 325th Medical Support Squadron medical laboratory technician, poses for a photo at the 325th Medical Group laboratory Jan. 12. Garcia was chosen as this week’s unsung hero. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) Unsung Hero: Senior Airman Jazmin Garcia
The professionals of the 325th Medical Support Squadron are trained to maintain the wellness of Airmen and their families. Although all Airmen in the squadron meet the standard, there are those who shine: meet Senior Airman Jazmin Garcia, 325th Medical Support Squadron medical laboratory technician.Born and raised in Nacogdoches, Texas, Garcia was
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Unsung hero: Tech. Sgt. Donald McCutcheon
Airmen are meant to be interchangeable pieces of a larger machine, but at times certain individuals stand out as crucial components that keep things running efficiently.One of those individuals is Tech. Sgt. Donald McCutcheon, 2nd Fighter Training Squadron aviation resource management technician."I was attracted by the Aviation Resource Management
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2016
Lieutenant Col. Michael Dunyak, 2nd Fighter Training Squadron pilot, writes on a flight plan Oct. 27,after flying a T-38 Talon in Exercise Southern Strike at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Belle Chasse, La. The T-38’s played in the exercise and provides the F-22 Raptors an aerial training counterpart at Tyndall Air Force Base year round. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Russ Jackson) Second to None: American Beagles
The 2nd Fighter Training Squadron has had many monikers. One thing that has remained constant throughout their evolution is their commitment to training for the future of unrivaled combat airpower.The American Beagles lineage goes all the way back to Jan. 15, 1941, when they were originally activated as the 2nd Pursuit Squadron. Since then they
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2016
A Panama City Fire Department firefighter talks to Tyndall Airmen during a training exercise Dec. 17 at the Panama City Bay Line Railroad. More than 40 members of Tyndall joined over 150 people from local agencies to participate in an extensive train environment exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) All aboard for Training
Tyndall's partnerships with the community are sources of pride for its leadership, so when asked to participate in a multi-agency, multi-faceted train exercise, the base was there with full support.More than 40 members of Tyndall joined over 150 people from local agencies to participate in an extensive train environment exercise Dec. 17 on the
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2015
Senior Airman Antonio DeLeon, 325th Civil Engineering explosives ordinance disposal technician, uses a knife to separate training bombs during an explosives removal exercise.  The Explosives Ordinance Disposal Flight maintains high training standards in order to keep up with Tyndall’s mission readiness.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) Squadron of the Week: 325th Civil Engineer Squadron
When the base's infrastructure is in need of repair or an emergency needs to be taken care of, the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron is there to solve the problem.The 325th CES has been selected as squadron of the week for its vital role in the many operations of Tyndall Air Force Base.The 325th CES' mission is the operation, maintenance, repair and
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2015
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