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  • 325th SFS augments certified police officers

    Police officers with prior law enforcement experience have been hired to augment deployed 325th Security Forces Squadron patrolmen beginning this year. Due to the high rate of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom deployments, five certified police officers have been hired to conduct day to day patrolling responsibilities to help
  • Safety tips for Gulf Coast Salute 2008

    Tyndall Air Force Base's 2008 Gulf Coast Salute air show and open house will be a fun-filled day of displays, demonstrations and presentations. Base safety officials offer some safety tips to all base visitors to ensure full enjoyment of the event and minimize safety incidents and inconveniences. · Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Be
  • Deployed Airmen families gather for Spring Social

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Airmen and Family Readiness center hosted a "Hearts Apart" Spring Social March 6 for families of deployed servicemembers. The focus of the party was to show support to the families while their loved ones are away. "Hearts Apart provides a way for the families left behind to come together once a quarter in a fun and
  • Congratulations Team Tyndall's senior master sergeant selects

    Congratulations to Tyndall Air Force Base senior master sergeant selects:325th Medical Group: Eric Hall, 325th Aero-medical Dental Squadron 325th Operations Group: Robin Keys, 325th Operations Support Squadron Evelyn Perry, 43rd Fighter Squadron Eric Smith, 325th Air Control Squadron Kenneth Thorn, 325th Operations Group 325th Maintenance Group:
  • Airmen get the chores done

    Instead of sleeping in on Saturday, a group of Tyndall Active Airmen Association members began an early and productive day visiting Bob Hope Village residents to help around the house March 1. Tyndall servicemembers have a long history of supporting the Air Force Enlisted Village. "A couple of years ago the first sergeants from Tyndall participated
  • Airmen go above and beyond

    Seizing opportunities has become a common practice for three Services Airmen currently deployed to Afghanistan as part of the Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team. The Services Airmen volunteered to serve as cooks for the PRT's 80 Soldiers and Airmen deploying here; however, a couple months into their deployment the Airmen's cooking talents were
  • Tyndall hoopsters take aim at Air Force team

    Four Tyndall Lady Tiger basketball players were selected to participate in the 2008 All-Air Force Women's Basketball Trial Camp March 2-19 at Travis AFB, Calif. If selected, they will represent the Air Force team in the 2008 Armed Forces Women's Championship March 20-28 at Fort Indiantown Gap, Penn., and if mission permits, the National Counseil
  • Falcon Loan takes flight

    Airmen of all ranks in urgent need of money are now able to apply for the Air Force Aid Society's Falcon Loan at the Tyndall Airmen and Family Readiness Center beginning Monday. "The Falcon Loan is a great new program for Airmen in need," said Gen. William R. Looney III, commander of Air Education and Training Command. "This gives every Airman -
  • Lady Tigers fall short

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Lady Tigers varsity basketball team came up short in their quest for a perfect season. The Tyndall squad, which entered the tourney as the number one seed with a 10-0 record, lost twice to the Ft. Benning Lady Bandits, to finish second in the annual Southeastern Military Athletic Conference post-season basketball
  • Dining Facility closed until April

    The Berg-Liles Dining Facility closed Saturday for approximately one month. Throughout March, contractors will be working to repair and replace the facility's drainage system. Airmen who are Essential Station Messing meal card holders will receive Base Allowance for Subsistence in their March 15 pay. "Airmen should budget their money," said Master