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  • The Firebee awaits its final mission

    The 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron planned to launch the BQM-34P "Firebee" sub-scale aerial target drones final mission Dec. 5 at the 82nd ATRS Launch Facility. Due to a ground abort, the Firebees last flight was postponed to Dec. 12. The ground abort was caused by consecutive engine roll-backs; the engine shut down twice and was unable to restart,
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  • Tigers down Commandos

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Tigers men's varsity basketball team completed the first half of their conference schedule by defeating the visiting Hurlburt Field Commandos, the defending conference champs, 101-89 in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference action Saturday. The Tigers quickly opened up a double-digit lead, which they maintained
  • GMH connects servicemembers, families

    The GMH military housing staff is providing a drop-off point for donated cell phones and accessories for the "Cell Phones for Soldiers drive" organization. According to the charity's Web site, "Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to turn old cell phones into more than 12 million minutes of prepaid calling cards for U.S. troops stationed overseas in
  • 325th Medical Group captures championship

    In a league where the 325th Security Forces Squadron flag football team has won the last two base championships, this year a new team was crowned champions. The fifth seeded 325th Medical Group football team and the sixth seeded 325th Operations Support Squadron's squad squared off against each other in the base championship game Tuesday night.
  • Base spreads holiday cheer through cookie drive

    Homemade cookies are needed for Tyndall Air Force Base's Annual Cookie Drive. Donations will be collected 7-9 a.m. Dec. 10 at the loading docks behind the Tyndall AFB Commissary. The goal of the program is to package and distribute 400 dozen cookies to all of the Airmen living in the dormitories. The base-wide community project was supported by
  • Communications squadron takes to the trees

    Tyndall Air Force Base's 325th Communications Squadron service members are holding the base' s annual Christmas tree sale fundraiser noon-6 p.m. Nov. 24 through Dec. 16 at the Tyndall Air Force Base visitors' center area. The fundraiser, being held for the fifth year, is used to raise money for communications squadron events such as holiday parties
  • Tyndall celebrates four chief selects

    Tyndall Air Force Base congratulated four individuals, selected this year for promotion to the rank of chief master sergeant, during a celebration at the Community Activities Center Annex's "The Zone," here Wednesday. Senior Master Sgt. Leonard Krombel, 325th Maintenance Group weapons standardization superintendent, Senior Master Sgt. Donald
  • Salute to our Veterans

    The warm air, carrying a faint and familiar song from the football field, pushed through the school's labyrinth of corridors. As the sun escaped beyond the trees' grasp, the rays found their place highlighting the red, white and blue of the American flags that decorated the school-grounds. "I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm
  • Tigers Sink Hurricanes with Buzzer Beater

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Tigers men's varsity basketball team improved their season record to 4-1 with a 75-74 win over the Naval Station Mayport Hurricanes Saturday. They remain tied with Eglin AFB for first place in the Southeastern Military Athletic Conference, thanks to a half-court buzzer beater by Tigers guard Rasheem Ramsey. Both teams