Tyndall Air Force Base is pleased to present our Economic Impact Analysis (EIA) for fiscal years 2020 and 2021. This EIA provides base visitors and state and local leaders with an overview of the installation’s mission and its financial impact on the local area.
Here at Tyndall, we continue to work in partnership with the Program Management Office (PMO) and USACE to build the Department of Defense’s first ever “Installation of the Future.” This base will meet the needs of our current and future forces by incorporating resilient infrastructure, innovative designs, and novel technology to equip Airmen to execute the mission of today and tomorrow.
Tyndall Air Force Base (TAFB) encompasses 28,932 acres in southeastern Bay County. The communities within a 50 mile radius of Tyndall comprise the local economic impact area. The landscape of the installation is rapidly changing as structures that were damaged by Hurricane Michael are being demolished. Since 2019, 250 structures totaling 1.8M square feet have been demolished. That activity resulted in a surge of construction contracts valued at $800M in FY20 and FY21. The 325th FW continues to work in collaboration with the Air Force Civil Engineering Center’s Program Management Office and U.S. Army Core of Engineers to build the Department of Defense’s first ever “Installation of the Future”.
Read the full Economic Impact Analysis below.
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS FY20 - FY21