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  • Tyndall plans annual Safety Day

    The annual 325th Fighter Wing Safety Day scheduled for May 23 is jam-packed with events emphasizing safety in the coming summer months, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. "The summer months have historically been a time when the number of accidents and resulting fatalities increase Air Force-wide," said Lt. Col. Malcolm Kemeny, 325th FW Safety
  • Tyndall adding new homes

    Twenty-eight Tyndall Air Force Base families have recently moved into brand new housing units at Redfish Extension. Most Tyndall AFB military family housing units were at least 35-years old, but with privatized base housing, the base is able to replace or renovate existing homes. "Construction of 246 new homes and a community center with
  • Time to get fit

    In the Air Force, fitness is high priority. Airmen must be fit to fight to keep up with current operational demands, including an increased readiness posture, in today's Air Force. In keeping with that goal, senior leaders named the month of May as Air Force Fitness Month to get people active and moving. At Tyndall Air Force Base, 44.5 percent of
  • Strolling along

  • Heart Link: Creating mission-ready spouses

    Heart Link, the Air Force's orientation program for military spouses, has scheduled their next session for 8 a.m. to noon, May 9 at the Heritage Club. The program is tailored toward spouses who have been a part of the military community for five years or less, but all spouses can benefit from this and are encouraged to attend, said Catherine
  • Deployed emergency managers gather to hone skills

    They looked liked they were extras in a low-budget, sci-fi movie walking in slick green chemical suits with what looked like scuba-diving air tanks strapped to their backs. A massive dust storm added to the ambiance of the scene by casting a strange orange hue to the already odd-looking clan walking about Balad Air Base, Iraq, April 19. These
  • Water works

  • Tyndall OSC awards scholarship

    The Tyndall Officers' Spouses' Club awarded $8,000 in academic scholarships to six Air Force family members at a reception Tuesday at the Heritage Club. High school seniors Sierra Seaman, David Mudge and Sean Hicks and Air Force spouses Ronnica Amour, Andrea Oliver and Anna Moore were selected out of a pool of 28 scholarship applicants. Two $2,000
  • Environmental Flight ushers in Earth Day

    In recognition of Earth Day, the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental flight will host an environmental awareness booth from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday outside of the commissary. The environmental flight will feature an electric car from Sunelectro and the booth itself is going to be equipped with base-specific environmental literature,