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  • Tyndall landfill begins clearing process for reuse

    An early 1940s disposal area located east of the Tyndall Visitors’ Center, began the process of being cleared out Aug. 8, 2018, and is projected to be finished by November 2018, with up to two years of additional monitoring.
  • Tyndall Base Track reopened

    After several months of repaving and construction, the Tyndall Base Track was reopened Aug. 9, 2018.
  • Tyndall education center offers education fair for spouses

    The Tyndall Education Center hosted an education fair aimed at benefiting military spouses and children at the base library Aug. 9, 2018. The education fair was open to everyone, but was focused on opportunities available for military spouses.
  • Wingmanship saves a life

    As new recruits in Basic Military Training, Airmen are taught the concept of wingmanship. Everywhere they go, they cannot leave their wingman behind; recruits march together, eat together and even sleep together. Wingmanship is the cornerstone of Air Force core values.
  • 325th SFS participates in active-shooter training

    The 325th Security Forces Squadron participated in an active-shooter exercise July 31, 2018 at Tyndall Elementary School.
  • Tyndall August 2018 promotions

    Congratulations to all of Tyndall’s August promotees.
  • Lt. Col. Steven Lehr assumes command of the 325th MDG

    U.S. Air Force Col. Brian Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing commander, left, passes the ceremonial guidon to Lt. Col. Steven Lehr, incoming 325th Medical Group commander, right, during a change of command ceremony at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, July 30, 2018. The 325th MDG operates as an outpatient medical facility and offers and array of clinics and services such as family practices, pediatrics, radiology and dental services.
  • Silver Flag training readies Airmen for real world scenarios

    Early in the morning, as the sun starts to crest the horizon, a transport truck full of U.S. Air Force Airmen comes to a stop in an open field. As they start to unload and prepare for the day, explosions ring out nearby.
  • Lynn Haven community supports deployed Airmen

    Team Tyndall’s First Sergeant Association picked up roughly 350 care packages for deployed military members as part of a partnership with the Lynn Haven community, July 19, 2018. Through this close partnership with the local community, Team Tyndall was able to provide input as to what may be best suited to fill the care packages with. The care packages included items ranging from toiletries and snack foods to playing cards as well as notes and letters.
  • Tyndall chaplains host clergy day tour

    Clergy members from the local community pose for a photo at the 601st Air Operations Center 9/11 Memorial during a tour of Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, July 20, 2018. The community clergy members, in conjunction with Tyndall Chaplains, play an important role in helping Team Tyndall Airmen and their families maintain spiritual wellness, one of