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  • Tyndall update: Oct. 16, 2018, 1 p.m. update made for FAQ addendum

    Team Tyndall, Phase 2 is to get you back into your homes and dorms to inspect and gather your belongings, and it has begun. We are opening the gates for limited access for five days from Wednesday, 17 October through Sunday 21 Oct from 1000 – 1500. Military members, military dependents, civilians, civilian dependents and NAF employees may voluntarily go to Tyndall AFB and the surrounding area to evaluate their personal property. No reimbursement is authorized for voluntary travel performed. This evaluation may only be accomplished between 1000 and 1500 Central Standard Time on the previously mentioned days.
  • Air Force Aid Society provides assistance to displaced Airmen and families

    Significant numbers of Airmen and families have been impacted by Hurricane Michael. It is also understood that it may take time for helping agencies to address the needs of the many affected in the Tyndall Air Force Base area. To that end, to aid affected Airmen in the Mexico Beach, Panama City, or Tyndall AFB community, the Air Force Aid Society is offering a Stabilizing Assistance Grant to Airmen (defined as active duty, retired, and ANG and AF Reserve regardless of activation).
  • Oct. 15, 2018: A Letter from Col. Brian S. Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing Commander

    Good morning Team Tyndall, We are one week into the evacuation of Tyndall Air Force Base. We have completed the initial recovery phase. Phase 2 has begun.
  • Information about Evacuation Allowances

    Here is some info about Evacuation Allowances.
  • AFPC provides Hurricane Micheal aftermath information guidance

    The Air Force’s Personnel Center is focused on supporting the Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, community and all Air Force personnel and their families affected by Hurricane Michael. On through this link posted below, you will find updates on Tyndall as well as information for displaced Airmen and families, personnel contact information and helpful links to questions you may have related to personnel actions that may have been impacted by the storm. The evacuation order remains in effect for Tyndall and a stop movement for all PCS/TDY actions has been issued. For now, all personnel should remain at their safe locations. In the event of an emergency, please seek medical care from the closest emergency room as the Tyndall Medical Clinic is closed. For more information visit for details.

    AF PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY & ASSESSMENT SYSTEM WHAT IS AFPAAS? The Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System, accessed through a user-friendly website at, is designed to help Air Force personnel and their families who are directly affected by major natural and man-made emergency events such as fires, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and evacuations.
  • CRG provides hope to Tyndall AFB after Hurricane Michael wreaks havoc

    On the afternoon of Oct. 10, Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 hurricane, ripped through Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, and the surrounding area leaving severe damage through its path. Airmen from the 821st Contingency Response Group, Travis Air Force Base, California, received the alert call the next day and within 12 hours, a small initial assessment team headed out the door via a C-17 Globemaster III to assess damage to the airfield.
  • A Letter from Col. Brian S. Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing Commander

    Good afternoon Team Tyndall, I have nothing significant to report since my last message to you. What I can say is that today is a better day than yesterday, and things are going to keep getting better. Each day we recover more of Tyndall Air Force Base. Teams from around the country have arrived with the people and equipment we need to recover from Hurricane Michael.

    Please follow this link to find answers to some of the questions you may have at this time.
  • TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE Oct. 12, 2018 2100 UPDATE: Tyndall Recovery FAQs

    Tyndall Recovery FAQs "I know members of Team Tyndall have many questions, and I want to do my best to answer them," said Col. Brian Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing Commander.