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  • Military Equal Opportunity/ Equal Employment Opportunity

    Each individual must be able to work in an environment free of discrimination. It is the policy of the government of the United States, the Air Force and Tyndall Air Force Base, to provide equal opportunity in employment for all persons, to prohibit discrimination in employment because of age, color, disability (mental or physical), national
  • Safety

    The 325th Fighter Wing Safety office staff is responsible for the installation safety program. Safety's mission is to implement proactive mishap prevention programs to protect Tyndall's people, equipment, and combat capability. Our activities include assessing unit safety programs, disseminating safety information, inspecting facilities, tracking
  • Public Affairs

    The 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs office is the focal point for information concerning Tyndall people and activities. Public Affairs is responsible for telling the Air Force story to various local, regional and national audiences.The PA staff provides a variety of services to military members, their families and the local community, such as
  • 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

    The 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides fully qualified F-22 Raptor crew chiefs for worldwide assignment, directing maintenance activities for the largest aircraft maintenance squadron in the Combat Air Force.
  • 325th Civil Engineer Squadron

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron is responsible for Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., encompassing 128 miles of shoreline and 17,000 acres of commercial forest. Tyndall has 1,601 facilities with an approximate replacement cost of more than $1.6 billion. The squadron has a spread of military, civil service and contractor personnel performing the operation, maintenance, repair and construction of real property to effectively sustain Tyndall's land and facilities.
  • 325th Maintenance Squadron

    The 325th Maintenance Squadron conducts intermediate-level maintenance to support pilot training for the F-22 Raptor squadron, manages and maintains a munitions stockpile valued at more than $275 million, and provides avionics support for 114 line-replaceable units. Additionally, the squadron performs periodic inspections and structural repair for 325th Fighter Wing-assigned aircraft and conducts engine maintenance and hush house test cell operations for Pratt and Whitney F-100 and F-119 engines.
  • 325th Training Support Squadron

    The 325th Training Support Squadron manages training resources and conducts unrivaled academic and realistic simulator training to produce America's Air Dominance Team of F-22 pilots, air battle managers and intelligence officers for worldwide assignment. This highly specialized unit is assigned to the 325th Operations Group, 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.
  • 43rd Fighter Squadron

    The 43rd Fighter Squadron is responsible for providing air dominance training for the world's newest fighter, the F-22 Raptor. The 43rd FS, a subordinate unit of the 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., is the first squadron to receive the F-22 and will continue to serve as the primary training location.
  • Civilian Personnel

    Procedures for Employment with the Department of the Air Force Interested in an Air Force Job? All external applicants are required to submit a resume as outlined in the AFPC Job Kit and then self-nominate for job announcements, either through our Civilian Employment Web Site or by calling our Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS), at
  • Check-in Procedures

    Temporary Lodging Reservations As soon as you have a definite arrival date to Tyndall, you may call the Sand Dollar Inn and make reservations for either Billeting or TLF. Reservations for those on orders can be made at any time by calling (850) 283-4211 or DSN 523-4211, Ext. 3343/3346 or online by visiting their website here. Pets are not permitted
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