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  • CAA out, Airmen Development Advisor in

    The only constant is change for many organizations, and the U.S. Air Force is no exception. Beginning Nov. 1, the 325th Force Support Squadron Career Assistance Advisor position will change to Airmen Development Advisor. This career modification aims to structure the position more with traditional

  • Spooky season: No challenge for RED HORSE

    The 801st Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer Training Squadron hosts an extensive haunted trail, open to both Team Tyndall and the local area each year. This year’s haunted trail will be held from Oct. 28-29 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Silver Flag exercise site

  • SrA Richardson: Striving for Success

    Every Airman in the force has a duty to support the United States’ ability to rapidly project lethal combat airpower when necessary. However, what personally drives each individual Airman to excel in their career field may vary.

  • Hammer and An Arrow

    Tyndall Air Force Base hosted biannual exercise Combat Hammer and Combat Archer respectively during two-week-long Weapon System Evaluation Program-East 23.01 to provide squadrons from across the Department of the Air Force a multi-platform training environment to conduct air-to-ground and air-to-air

  • Chatting with the Chief

    Tyndall Air Force Base will now be holding a weekly “Chief Chat” hosted by the command chief to all Airmen at Tyndall Air Force Base. Chief Chats are informal discussions initiated by the 325th Fighter Wing command chief to connect with Airmen. This event serves as an opportunity for not just the

  • Leading in service through passion in culture

    Staff Sgt. Tyneshia Uscanga, 601st Air Operations Center joint interface control cell track data coordinator, celebrates her family’s connected past and cultural awareness through her actions and dedication to her profession.

  • Fall Fest, Rock Fest comes to Team Tyndall

    Team Tyndall will host the 325th Force Support Squadron’s fall festival at 4:30 p.m., Oct. 14. at the Oasis Event Center. The festival will offer activities for children and families to enjoy as well as a concert series offered by Air Force Entertainment and Air Force Services Center.

  • Contracting at Tyndall

    The 325th Contracting Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base has a whole section dedicated to one thing, the “Installation of the Future”. Tyndall has been on a journey of rebuilding from the ground up since the base was struck by Hurricane Michael in 2018. The 325th CONS infrastructure team was

  • BASH; protecting Tyndall's jets

    The BASH program at Tyndall is designed to protect aircraft from wildlife hazards in the airfield. The USDA hosts two people whose primary responsibilities are to manage the program.