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  • Tyndall begins next phase of demolition to damaged facilities

    The base chapel's steeple undergoes demolition at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Feb. 15, 2019. The chapel sustained significant structural damage and was deemed unsafe for restoration after the landfall of Hurricane Michael Oct. 10, 2018.
  • ALS is back in session at Tyndall

    Sixteen Airmen from various Air Force specialties are back in the classroom at the Tyndall Air Force Base Force Development Center for Airman Leadership School Feb. 11, 2019.
  • Tyndall awarded best of 2019 by Greater American Defense Council

    There has been a change of scenery that could turn some heads as drivers and pedestrians walk past Tyndall Air Force Base, thanks to the Bay County Greater American Defense Council as of February 13, 2019.
  • 325th CPTS hosts mass briefings for evacuation vouchers

    Four months after Hurricane Michael made landfall over Tyndall, members of the 325th Comptroller Squadron are still completing vouchers for those that remain on the installation.
  • Tyndall begins demolition of damaged facilities

    The first demolition project kicked off at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Feb. 11, 2019, beginning with Tyndall's Chapel 2. The chapel was severely damaged by Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm, that made landfall on Oct. 10, 2018. The chapel's demolition marked the beginning of a long process to clear out damaged structures to make way for new construction.
  • 325th CPTS, CONS find funds: building a stronger Tyndall

    As the recovery efforts continue after Hurricane Michael, two squadrons at Tyndall lean on each other to bring mission functions and quality of life for Airmen back to the Panhandle installation.
  • Medical services return to Tyndall

    With the progression of the base’s recovery efforts, the 325th Medical Group is ramping up its health care services for Tyndall Airmen. Hurricane Michael, a category 4 hurricane that swept across the Tyndall landscape Oct. 10, 2018, may have delayed the medical group facility’s $54 million renovation project, but it did not alter the original intent of the renovation’s outcome -- to create an updated clinic layout, enhancing accessibility to health care services and improving patient flow.
  • Tyndall’s Berg-Liles DFAC officially reopens

    After closing its doors for several months, the Berg-Liles Dinning Facility (DFAC) is now officially open for business, providing Airmen with a common place to enjoy hot meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • ACC Surgeon General visits Tyndall

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Paul Friedrichs, Air Combat Command surgeon general, views the renovation progress for the 325th Medical Group facility at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Jan. 31, 2019. Friedrichs toured the base to examine its progress since the landfall of Hurricane Michael and to determine the needs of the 325th MDG.
  • Air Force ends promotion testing for E-7 and above

    The Air Force announced today it is removing the Weighted Airman Promotion System testing requirement for active-duty promotions to the grades of E-7 through E-9, beginning this fall with the 2019 E-9 promotion cycle.
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