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Staff Sergeant Adam Moriarity, 325th Civil Engineering Squadron firefighter, listens during a training seminar on how to properly utilize the jaws-of-life tool.  The firefighters of the 325th train daily in order to prepare for any emergency that may befall Tyndall personnel.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) Unsung Hero: Staff Sergeant Adam Moriarity
Every week a member of Team Tyndall is highlighted for their contribution to the mission; we would like to introduce Staff Sgt. Adam Moriarity, a 325th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter as this week's unsung hero.A child of a military family, Moriarity has never stayed in one place too long.  His last place of residence before joining the
0 12/16
2015
Default Air Force Logo Wing Staff Agencies Unsung Hero: Henry Laroche
Choosing a hero from such a diverse group like the Wing Staff Agencies can be difficult, yet the choice was made easy by the great work completed every day by the Drug Demand and Reduction program manager.Henry Laroche, a retired senior master sergeant with more than 28 years of service, has been the program manager since 2009, and worked as the
0 12/09
2015
Captain Brett Hedgepeth, a chaplain with the 325th Fighter Wing, lights a candle Dec. 2. in Chapel 2. The Chaplain Corps provides spiritual care and is in place to protect and defend all Airmen and their family's constitutional right to free exercise of religion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) Squadron of the Week: Wing Staff Agencies
The base wing commander faces constant pressure to keep the wing moving forward and ensure the mission is accomplished. Luckily, the personnel in the Wing Staff Agencies keep his programs and policies on track, and keep wing operations running smoothly."The WSA is essentially the commander's staff," said Lt. Col. Gregory Pickette, 325th Fighter
0 12/09
2015
Cleo Hobbs, 325th Training Support Squadron security and data systems information flight commander, stands next to the 325th TRSS Black Bears mascot Nov. 17. Hobbs has been with the unit since it stood up in 2011 and was a prior enlisted chief master sergeant security forces member. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sergio A. Gamboa/Released) Unsung Hero: Cleo Hobbs
By definition, an unsung hero is usually behind scenes and doesn't get the limelight, but this time the tables have turned and out of the shadows comes Cleo Hobbs.A prior enlisted security and data systems information flight commander for the 325th Training Support Squadron, Hobbs leads 13 security specialists and two client support technicians and
0 11/23
2015
Senior Airman Hayden Johnson, low-observable aircraft maintenance technician, explains the process of applying LO coatings to Col. Joseph Kunkel, 325th Fighter Wing vice commander.  The coatings and molds used assist in the F-22s combat performance during missions, but require consistent and professional care in order to maintain its performance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) Airman Shadow: SrA Hayden Johnson
The 325th Fighter Wing vice commander learned the duties of a 44th Maintenance Squadron Airman as part of the Airman's Shadow program, Nov. 20.Colonel Joseph D. Kunkel, 325th FW vice commander, shadowed Senior Airman Hayden Johnson, 44th MXS low-observable aircraft structural maintenance journeyman, while he performed his daily responsibilities at
0 11/23
2015
Senior Airman Stephen Holmes, 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, F-22 Raptor integrated avionics systems journeyman, performs routine maintenance on the weapon bay of an F-22, Nov. 2 in Hangar 2. All aircraft must undergo routine maintenance in order to remain flight capable and ensure pilot safety. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) Raptor repairmen: 325th AMXS keeping airpower alive
Every machine in the world needs someone who can maintain and fix it. For Tyndall's F-22 Raptors, the 325th Fighter Wing has a dedicated group of maintainers within the 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron who are determined to advance the wings ability to train and project unrivaled combat airpower.The 325th AMXS provides skilled maintenance to
0 11/10
2015
Staff Sgt. Cheyenne Jackson, 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons load crew chief, stands in front of an F-22 Raptor Nov. 11 on the Tyndall flightline. Jackson was selected to be the 325th AMXS unsung hero for his significant contributions to the squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) 325th AMXS maintainer shines bright
Hero is a relative term. Everyone has their own definition and visualization when they hear the word. For the 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, the term brings to mind a face within the squadron.Staff Sgt. Cheyenne Jackson, 325th AMXS weapons load crew chief, has made significant contributions to the squadron, earning him the title "Unsung
0 11/09
2015
Colonel Derek C. France, the 325th Fighter Wing commander, passes the 325th Comptroller Squadron guidon to Maj. Jared Mitchell, 325th CPTS commander, during a change of command ceremony June 30. Mitchell replaces Maj. Timothy Fast who will go on to serve as the 82nd Comptroller Squadron commander at Sheppard AFB, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Echols/Released) Meet the Commander: Major Jared Mitchell
Originally having childhood dreams of being a professional athlete, the new 325th Comptroller Squadron commander has since made a drastic change of career choice.Meet Maj. Jared Mitchell, the new 325th CPTS commander, for the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base.As the 325th CPTS commander, Mitchell has an important job for the wing.  His
0 11/04
2015
Technical Sgt. Vernon Rogers, 325th Force Support Squadron resource management NCO in-charge, logs and inputs vehicle information at his workstation Oct. 28 at the Military Personnel Section building. As the resource management NCOIC, Rogers is tasked with recording and archiving information for Tyndall’s assets such as government owned vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) Keeping Airmen and families mission ready
Ensuring service members and their families are provided for is no small task. But members of the 325th Force Support Squadron seem to do it all overseeing everything from dining facilities to mortuary affairs. They work tirelessly meeting the needs of the Air Force's most valued asset - its people.Centralized at the Military Personnel Section
0 11/04
2015
Staff Sgt. Mike Stuenzi, 823rd REDHORSE Squadron Detachment 1 Silver Flag student and Explosive Ordinance Disposal technician, preps simulated charge to dispose of unexploded ordinance Oct. 22 at Location X. The Silver Flag site is also home to EOD's Combat Battlefield Ready Airmen course.  Deploying teams are scheduled for training according to the unit and location they are tasked. This pre-deployment course provides training to all Air Force EOD personnel deploying into the Allied Forces Central European Theater. EOD students receive three weeks of extensive training that permits them to work together prior to deployment. Training covers all technical and tactical aspects of EOD operations in the AFCENT theater environment. This vital training combines lessons previously taught at Army Combat Skills Training and the Global Antiterrorism and Operational Readiness courses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) If you build it they will come: 823rd RHS squadron of the week
When Airmen are deployed to a austere location, the infrastructure needed to support them is paramount. The professionals at Tyndall who train those who make life livable for Airmen in deployed locations  are those of Detachment 1, 823rd RED HORSE Squadron. This detachment is one of many stationed at various Air Combat Command bases.After a
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2015
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