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  • 801st RHTS stands up Operating Location-A at Nellis AFB

    Following the stand-up of the 801st Rapid Engineer Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers Training Squadron at Tyndall AFB earlier this year, an additional geographically separated unit activated Nov. 21 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.The 801st RHTS was designed to stabilize,

  • WSEP supports 94th FGS’s first MCA team mission

    Fighter generation squadrons across the U.S. Air Force are fostering Cross Utilization Training and the Multi-Capable Airmen concept as the service branch continues towards operationalizing Agile Combat Employment to ensure a sustainable force of Airmen and airpower at any time and any place.The 1st

  • Checkered Flag 23-1 Concludes

    Tyndall Air Force Base wrapped-up Checkered Flag 23-1 exercise today, after two weeks of rigorous flying operations.

  • As the sun rises on Checkered Flag 23-1

    U.S. Air Force and Navy aircraft span the flight line during Checkered Flag 23-1 at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Nov. 4, 2022. Checkered Flag is a large-force aerial exercise held at Tyndall which fosters readiness and interoperability through the incorporation of 4th-and 5th-generation aircraft

  • Zero Trust or bust

    Throughout 2021, the 325th Communications Squadron implemented Zero Trust across Tyndall Air Force Base cyber systems. Zero Trust is a security framework which requires users to be repeatedly authenticated and validated when accessing system assets. In addition, Zero Trust analyzes users’

  • Lightning within [F-3]5

    325th Fighter Wing leadership along with Airmen from across the installation toured the Lockheed Martin F-35 facility in Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 20, 2022. Col. George Watkins, 325th FW commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Wayne Sharp, 325th FW command chief, thought this would be a great opportunity for

  • Tyndall hosts more than 50 aircraft at Checkered Flag Exercise

    Checkered Flag 23-1, one of the largest air-to-air exercises in the Department of Defense, kicks off today at Tyndall AFB and will run through Nov 10. Checkered Flag is a large-scale aerial exercise designed to integrate fourth and fifth-generation airframes to enhance mobility, deployment, and

  • FSS Resource Management; allocates millions

    Tyndall Air Force Base is rebuilding at an accelerated rate and with that comes the execution of $3.9 billion in funds authorized and allocated for so many mission needs. For the 325th Force Support Squadron resource management flight, this means increased responsibilities on top of an already

  • 325th OSS: On their A-Game, 100% of the time

    The 325th Operations Support Squadron’s air traffic controllers have their eyes on the skies, ready to provide critical support to aircraft in Tyndall’s airspace, no matter the time or the circumstances.

  • Tyndall Rebuild taps into unique funding for new Fire Stations

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department prepares to welcome Fire Station #2, a newly built facility for the support side of the installation, which is projected for completion early next year. Fire Station #2 is slated to be the first of three new fire stations at Tyndall AFB. The new