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Senior Airman Tyler Washum, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health technician mans the front desk for his office, Oct. 5th.  Members of the 325th AMDS have the mission of supporting the 325th Fighter Wing by providing medical, dental, and preventive care enabling all wing and associate units to maximize readiness and combat capability. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller) Tyndall Airman jumps into action
 A Tyndall Airman used his training to help a fellow passenger during his flight home.Senior Airman Tyler Washum, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health technician, used his healthcare knowledge and first responder techniques to help a dehydrated and overheated passenger.  Washum was on a flight home to Las Vegas."We were on the plane and
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2015
Senior Airman Mark Lombardozzi, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron dental assistant technician, performs a teeth cleaning procedure during an annual checkup Sept. 30 at the Dental Clinic. Airmen from the Dental Flight help improve the health of any Tyndall personnel that require dental assistance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) Squadron of the Week: 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron keeping Airmen fit to fight.
The 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron makes a substantial contribution to Tyndall's success by ensuring the physical readiness of its Airmen.The 325th AMDS mission is to provide medical, dental, and preventive care enabling all wing and associate units to maximize readiness and combat capability. They provide or arrange for primary and specialty
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2015
Colonel Joseph D. Kunkel, 325th Fighter Wing vice commander, poses with Airman 1st Class Dana Allen, a 325th Medical Group aerospace medical technician, during a tour of the 325th MDG.  Kunkel has put an emphasis on being involved with many of the Airmen at Tyndall and ensuring they have positive attitudes and experiences in the U.S. Air Force.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released) Col. Kunkel-Meet The Commander
From riding four-wheelers and fishing, to becoming the vice commander of the premier F-22  fighter wing in the U.S. Air Force, a new member of Team Tyndall has come a long way from his small town roots.Meet Col. Joseph D. Kunkel, the new vice commander for the 325th Fighter Wing here at Tyndall Air Force Base.Kunkel was first assigned as a pilot
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2015
Senior Airman Ronald Buchholz, 43rd Fighter Squadron aircrew flight equipment journeyman, cleans a pilot’s helmet Sept. 22 at the 43rd FS. The AFE shop is responsible for maintaining equipment F-22 Raptor pilots wear during flight including the helmet, G-suit and life preserver units. This gear is designed to keep a pilot safe during flight. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dustin Mullen/Released) 43rd Fighter Squadron: Molding the mind in the machine
The F-22 Raptor is the most sophisticated and lethal aircraft in the world, but it doesn't fly itself. The high-tech jet is nothing but a high-tech paperweight without the mind inside the Raptor, with a  pilot holding its reigns.The 43rd Fighter Squadron is responsible for providing air dominance training for America's newest fighter, the F-22
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2015
Airman 1st Class Tyler Dingman, 325th Security Forces Squadron response force member, patrols the flight line Sept. 14 ensuring the security and safety of equipment and personnel. The 325th Security Forces Squadron is one of six squadrons assigned to the 325th Mission Support Group, 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The squadron provides force protection programs to include weapon system security, police services, resource protection and antiterrorism for a 29,000-acre base with 128 miles of shoreline in support of 325th FW and 30 associate units. The squadron oversees personnel, information, and industrial security procedures for more than 6,700 assigned personnel. The 325th SFS also maintains a wartime and contingency rapid deployment capability to conduct force protection operations worldwide. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Solomon Cook/Released) The New Centurions
Centurion is a title that goes back to the time of the Caesars.  In that era a Centurion was the principal professional officer in the armies of ancient Rome and its empire. They formed the backbone of the legion and were responsible for enforcing discipline.In this day and age, it is what the professionals of the 325th Security Forces Squadron
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2015
A wreath of red, white and blue flowers stands in front of the charred granite stone from the Pentagon at the 601st Air and Space Operations Center’s 9/11 Memorial Sept. 11. Placement of the wreath was part of a remembrance ceremony. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Sergio A. Gamboa/Released) America's AOC remembers 9/11
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 tragic events occurred in New York, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania. It was a day  no American will ever forget.Every year, Americans unite to honor and remember those fallen heroes, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, police officers and firefighters, and all other victims of the terror attacks.The 601st Air
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2015
Royal Canadian Air Force Capt. Dave Gosselin, 176th Air Defense Squadron senior director, tracks aircraft in Alaska air space ensuring air sovereignty in the Alaskan NORAD Region Regional Air Operations Center. U.S. and Canadian servicemembers utilize 15  radar stations to monitor Santa as he traverses the airspace around the northern latitudes of North America, a mission ANR has successfully accomplished for 50 years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. John Gordinier) Canada: Unsung Heroes of 9/11
On September 11, 2001, the United States shut down its airspace in reaction to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Because U.S. airspace was shutdown, hundreds of international flights crossing both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans now had no place to land.  Many of the planes were too far along and didn't have enough
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2015
Applicants of the Chaplain Candidacy Program and their cadre pose for a photo in front of the 911 Memorial Aug. 7at the 601st Air Operations Center on Tyndall, AFB. The candidates visited Tyndall as a part of their 35 day intensive internship in which the candidates visit several different military bases to get a sense of the diversity of jobs and lifestyles in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alex Echols/Released) A dual calling: joining the Chaplain Corps
Air Force Chaplains provide spiritual care, facilitate religious activities and deliver 100 percent confidential counsel for the personnel in their care. It's been said, takes a special person to be a chaplain. But where do they come from?The Chaplain Candidate Program provides chaplains to the Chaplain Corps. A candidate spends three to six years
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2015
Airman 1st Class Trent Steege, 325th Security Forces Squadron community police response force member, receives a briefing Aug. 18 at the security forces training grounds. Steege was being briefed on what role he would play during a Shoot, Move and Communicate exercise focusing on self-aid buddy care under fire. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sergio A. Gamboa/Released) Under Enemy Fire
Within the words of the Airman's Creed are words that every Airman should live by. "I will never leave an Airman behind." That phrase invokes a sense of brotherhood amongst security forces members--and recently, they trained the way they fight.Two teams of five faced off against each other. Deep in the woods shots were fired. Simulated ammunition
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ABM Graphic Creating Order Out of Chaos
In today's warfighting environment, all of the pieces of the battlefield must come together like a puzzle in order to accomplish the mission. The people who help put that puzzle together are air battle managers.Training undergraduate ABMs is a mission the 337th Air Control Squadron does not take lightly. With a grueling nine-month course of study,
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