News Search

  • CFC contributors to run for awareness

    The third Annual Combined Federal Campaign 5K Run begins 6 a.m. Oct. 1 at the Tyndall Air Force Base Fitness Center. In conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness month, all donations raised will go to the Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter. According to shelter officials, battering occurs every 15 seconds in the United States and domestic
  • AAFES Rings in the New School Year with 'You Made the Grade'

    The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is moving military students who excel in the classroom to the head of the class with its "You Made the Grade" program. Now in its eighth year, the education rewards initiative recognizes students who maintain a "B" average or better with a booklet chock full of complimentary prizes for every qualifying report
  • Tyndall Airmen remember 9/11 with formation run

    Col. Gino Auteri, 325th Medical Group commander, led a military formation of more than 120 Tyndall Airmen during a two-mile remembrance run at 7:30 a.m. today. The remembrance run is organized each year as a demonstration of local service member's resolve and reflection on the events of September 11, 2001. Representatives from all 325th Fighter
  • New AF uniform policy

    Beginning Monday, Tyndall Airmen are required to wear any authorized combination of blues on Mondays. This policy applies to all active-duty personnel unless there is an operational requirement to wear the utility uniform, determined by squadron commanders. "Prior to the events of September 11, 2001, it was a common practice for a majority of Air
  • CSAF: Precision, reliability key to Airmen keeping the promise

    The 19th U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff capped off a one-day visit to Tyndall Air Force Base Sep. 3 with a special Airman's Call for a sample group of Airmen from various squadrons, career fields and ranks. Approx. 500 base personnel gathered in a hangar on Tyndall's flightline to hear word from the newest Air Force chief of staff during the
  • 325th Fighter Wing commander receives first star

    The 325th Fighter Wing commander, Col. Darryl Roberson, pinned on the rank of brigadier general during an official promotion ceremony here Sept. 3. The ceremony was officiated by Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, United States Air Force chief of staff. "We're going to pin Colonel Roberson to brigadier," said the chief of staff. "There's something very
  • Tyndall softball team takes 2nd place at tournament

    The Nomads, a Tyndall Air Force Base men's softball team, placed second in the United States Specialty Sports Association Military Worlds softball tournament Aug. 15-17 in Kissimmee, Fla. Thirteen members participated in the tournament where they played against 22 teams from various military branches. "It was a fun time down there," said John
  • United States Air Force Chief of Staff to visit Tyndall

    Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, United States Air Force Chief or Staff, will visit Tyndall Air Force Base tomorrow. The four-star general will tour base facilities, receive status briefs from operational squadrons, speak to base personnel during an Airman's Call and participate in the 325th Fighter Wing commander's promotion ceremony. During the promotion
  • Security Forces to launch community policing program

    The 325th Security Forces Squadron is scheduled to begin a new community policing program Sept. 1 with the opening of a community police station in Wood Manor housing. The program is aimed to build a rapport between security forces and base-housing residents by taking a more active and visual role in the community, said Staff Sgt. Kelly Turner,