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Community Relations

The 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs community relations division provides the public with opportunities to talk directly to Air Force people and observe Air Force readiness first hand. These activities include coordinating and conducting base tours, processing requests for military aviation support at special events, coordinating requests for Air Force band participation at local events, and is responsible for organizing official appearances and speeches by base leaders.

Base Tour Requests

Base tours are offered to local civic organizations and schools to educate people about the U.S Air Force and Tyndall Air Force Base missions. We do not provide tours to individual people or families on vacation. 

All tours may be cancelled at any time to meet mission requirements. Final confirmations will be provided two weeks before the tour date.

Tour groups must meet the following requirements:

Size: Tours are limited to a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 40 participants. Requests to split the tours into two days for larger groups will not be accommodated.

Transportation: Organizations must provide their own transportation to Tyndall. On-base tours are limited to one government transportation bus load. Requests to use multiple vehicles cannot be accommodated.

Dates: No more than one tour per week.  (exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis) Tours are only offered on a first-requested, first-served basis.

Mobility: Tyndall does not supply handicapped-modified buses. It is assumed that walking and stair climbing will not be an issue.

If your group meets the following criteria, please call us at (850) 283-3333 or e-mail your request to 325fw.pa.publicaffairs@us.af.mil


Information to Request a Speaker (Speakers Bureau)

The Tyndall Air Force Base Speakers Bureau provides its service members an opportunity to connect with the local community. Likewise, it gives community members a chance to learn more about the military and, more specifically, the base' s missions.

Members of the Speakers Bureau are available to speak on a variety of topics such as Air Force career opportunities, deployment, aviation capabilities and leadership skills.

To request a speaker, please submit a Request for Military Support (DD Form 2536) to the 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office (325fw.pa.publicaffairs@us.af.mil) no later than four weeks prior to the date of the event.


Information on Tyndall Honor Guard Requests

The Tyndall Air Force Base Honor Guard is made up of an elite group of Air Force men and women, whose primary mission is the rendering of honors at military funerals.

The Honor Guard is also very active in community relations events, as their schedules permit. Examples of such events include sporting events, patriotic ceremonies and parades, and school flag presentations.

To request the Honor Guard, please submit a Request for Military Support (DD Form 2536) to the 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Office (325fw.pa.publicaffairs@us.af.mil) no later than four weeks prior to the date of the event.


Requests for aerial (flyover) or static aircraft

Requests for U.S. Air Force aircraft to participate in airshows or as static displays is handled by the Department of the Air Force. Organizations wishing to feature Tyndall aircraft at their event should visit the Air Force's Aviation Support page, or contact: Air Force Aviation Support at SAF/PAN, Commercial Voice: (703) 695-9776 or 693-2558; DSN 225-9776 or 223-2558; Fax: (703) 693-9601 or DSN 223-9601; e-mail: aerial.events@pentagon.af.mil.

Current as of: Oct. 20, 2021