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  • LETTER FROM THE COMMANDER

    To the Airmen and families of Team Tyndall, I wasn’t planning to write another letter to all of you just because it is the one year anniversary of the hurricane, but that changed after I walked through the one year anniversary gallery that Chaplain Robert Tilley and our FSS set up in the Horizons Chapel.
  • Tyndall one year after Hurricane Michael

    In the early hours of Oct. 10, 2018, many communities in Northwest Florida prepared for a storm expected to make landfall as a Category 2 hurricane. Tyndall Air Force Base was also preparing for the storm named Hurricane Michael. Prior to Hurricane Michael, Tyndall was home to two F-22 squadrons including the training school house for that weapons system. Today, some aspects of that mission are still here at Tyndall, like the academics and simulator facility, while others have moved temporarily. As for the rebuild of Tyndall, the base is preparing to take on a new mission consistent with the long range goals of the U.S. Air Force.
  • Congressional delegation tours Tyndall

    Col. Brian Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing commander, and other representatives from Tyndall Air Force Base and its partners, including the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Tyndall Program Management Office and Air Forces Northern / 1st Air Force, facilitated a tour to a congressional delegation focusing on communicating Hurricane Michael recovery and rebuild updates, a current mission brief, a windshield tour of mission support facilities including the dining facility, dormitories, temporary lodging and the fitness center. They also toured the operational side of the base including the 601st Air Operations Center, flight line support and maintenance agencies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Magen M. Reeves)
  • TAFB Ambulance Services Department

    Airman 1st Class Brian Nguyen, left, and Senior Airman Deliz Aguilera, right, 325th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron Ambulance Services Department medics secure a patient during an emergency medical response exercise Oct. 4, 2019, at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. Patients in need of medical transportation are seat belted safely to a
  • It's never too early for risk management

    For Tech. Sgt. Jack Tucker, 325th Fighter Wing occupational safety manager, risk management has been a priority in both his personal and professional life due to an experience he had as a teenager growing up in central Alabama. In the summer of 1987, when Tucker was 15 years old, he nearly drowned in the Cahaba River.
  • Team Tyndall hosts Fire Prevention Week

    Tyndall Air Force Base will host a Fire Prevention Week (FPW) event for base personnel and their families Oct. 8-11. FPW is a national observance which works to raise public awareness of fire and home safety.
  • Tyndall hosts Combat Archer: Evaluation through integration, employment

    The 83rd Fighter Weapons Squadron conducted a Combat Archer exercise Sept. 16-27 on base. Combat Archer is part of the 53rd Wing’s Weapons System Evaluation Program and the Department of Defense’s largest air-to-air live fire missile employment exercise.
  • Better Today: Arts and Crafts Center

    The base’s Arts and Crafts Center is a staple in the Tyndall community. From memento mugs to going away plaques, units across base flock to the shop to purchase items for creative needs.
  • FACES OF TYNDALL; Program Management Office

    Col. Lori Walden, Director of Tyndall Air Force Base Program Management Office (PMO) for reconstruction, has been in the Air Force for more than 28 years and is currently here on a temporary duty from her home base, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia. The PMO’s mission is to repair, reshape and rebuild Tyndall Air Force Base to support both near-term resumption of mission operations and long-term redevelopment of Tyndall as the model Air Force “installation of the future.”
  • FACES OF TYNDALL; 325th Civil Engineer Squadron

    Brian Stahl, 325th Civil Engineer Squadron deputy base civil engineer and Tyndall Air Force Base program management office deputy director, has played a major role in the base’s recovery efforts. The 325th CES is responsible for maintaining the operations, maintenance, repair and construction of property to effectively sustain Tyndall’s land and facilities. 
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