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  • SBA Extends Filing Deadline to Dec 17; Opens Center in Leon County;

    ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has extended the deadline to apply for physical disaster damages in Florida. Businesses and individuals with physical damages caused by Hurricane Michael on Oct. 7 - 19, 2018, should apply for SBA low-interest disaster loans before the Dec. 17, 2018 deadline.
  • Comm Flyaway kit ensures Tyndall readiness during disaster cleanup

    The 325th CS radio frequency transmission systems section are responsible for maintaining the kit, called a Communications Flyaway Kit. The CFK provides Non-secure Internet Protocol Router, Secure Internet Protocol Router, and Voice Over Secure Internet Protocol, more commonly referred to as NIPR, SIPR and VOSIP respectively, within 30 minutes during emergency and contingency operations.
  • Gov. Scott visits Tyndall Elementary School

    Gov. Rick Scott, current governor of Florida, Col. Brian Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing commander, and representatives from Bay District Schools visited students and faculty during the re-opening of Tyndall Elementary School near Tyndall Air Force Base, Dec. 10.
  • SF prepared for Tyndall Airmen return

    Tyndall welcomed back hundreds of Airmen Dec. 10, 2018, since Hurricane Michael that struck the Florida panhandle Oct. 10, 2018.
  • Safe haven allowances extended through Feb. 4, 2019

    The Secretary of the Air Force has received approval to continue safe haven allowances through Feb. 4, 2019, at the same rates as the first 30 days, for military dependents displaced by Hurricane Michael.
  • Air Force proposes to base F-35s at Tyndall AFB, supplemental funds needed to build advanced fighter base

    Following the damage to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, caused by Hurricane Michael, the Air Force is recommending that Congress use supplemental funding for rebuilding the base to prepare to receive the F-35 Lightning II fighter at the north Florida installation. The Air Force has done a preliminary evaluation to confirm Tyndall AFB can accommodate up to three F-35 squadrons. The operational F-22 Raptors formerly at Tyndall AFB can also be accommodated at other operational bases increasing squadron size from 21 to 24 assigned aircraft.
  • Hanscom lays groundwork for comms at Tyndall

    Program managers in the Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate here are exercising every one of the words in their five-word title by reconstituting a communications network almost totally wiped out by winds, flooding and infrastructure damage. First responders have set up interval communications systems relying on a few existing nodes, coupled with generator-powered satellite truck systems. The Air Force’s long-term goal is to build an organic communication infrastructure from scratch using an as-a-service model.
  • Tyndall update: services available, hours of operation

    In preparation for the return of Airmen to Tyndall AFB, the 325th FW has prepared an updated listing of available services to include location, contact information and hours of operation.
  • Comm. Squadron Airmen renew career as Tyndall rebuilds

    Staff Sgt. Abrahm Paulding and Senior Airman Antoine Brown, 325th Communications Squadron cyber systems supervisors, were reenlisted by their commander, Maj. James Johnson, Nov. 30, 2018 at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.
  • 325 MDG's Pharmacy to have limited operations for DOD ID card holders starting 10 December

    The pharmacy will be open to recovery personnel starting today and all DOD ID cardholders starting Monday.