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  • GMH to open new doors for military families

    The Gary Michael Holloway Military Housing office anticipates construction completion on its first 28 homes at Redfish Point's extension, late February. Redfish Extension is projected to have 209 new homes; 116 houses comprised of three and four bedrooms will be reserved for junior enlisted and 93 houses comprised of three and four bedrooms
  • Remembering one of our greatest

    A commemoration service was held Friday for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the main leaders in the civil-rights movement, at Chapel one. Servicemembers, as well as guests from the local community, were in attendance. The Family of God Baptist Church Choir and Band opened the celebration with songs about not giving up and building a foundation.
  • Tyndall AFB restores its ecosystem

    As the largest installation in Air Education and Training Command facility, Tyndall Air Force Base encompasses 29,000 acres. Of this area, 18,000 acres are forest and coastline that have remained in their natural state, rich in wild life. According to Wesley Westphal, Natural Resources element chief, when Tyndall AFB opened Dec. 7, 1941, the land
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  • Lady Tigers are Conference Regular Season Champs

    The Tyndall Lady Tiger's women's varsity basketball team captured the conference regular season crown with a perfect 8-0 record Saturday. Tyndall Lady Tigers defeated the visiting Keesler Air Force Base Lady Dragons 90-61 in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference Friday Lady Tigers forward Tiffanie Guthrie led Tyndall to victory as she tallied a
  • Tyndall gives lives

    Members from Tyndall Air Force Base gathered at the Community Activities Center to help donate blood to the Armed Services Blood Program Wednesday. Technicians from the 81st Medical Operations Squadron's donar center from Keesler AFB, Miss. arrived Tuesday evening to support the operation. Keesler's center is one of three in the Air Force. "The
  • The wait is over: ABUs land at Tyndall

    After what has been a three-month wait for some, the Airman Battle Uniform is available for purchase at the Tyndall Air Force Base Military Clothing Sales store. The uniform went on sale Tuesday for Tyndall AFB senior leaders to get fitted, and Wednesday for the rest of the base population, Ms. Kellett said. "We got four palettes of the new uniform
  • Base waste water systems to take the test

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron will be performing smoke tests on the base waste system along Florida Ave. and near facilities on the flight line side tomorrow through Sunday. "The smoke tests are being performed to test the inflow and infiltration into our waste water system," said Gilbert Walker, 325th CES energy and utilities manager. During
  • The Eagles are released from the cage

    After a long stand-down, the 71st Fighter Squadron launched the first of their F-15C fleet Jan. 9 at 9:30 a.m. Eagle pilots and maintainers quickly responded to the announcement by Gen. John D.W. Corley, commander of ACC, that the Eagle was ready to soar again. Lt. Col. Robert Garland, 71st FS commander, led the six-ship Eagle formation on its