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  • Get out safely

    Each year, more than 4,000 Americans die in fires and approximately 20,000 are injured. Deaths resulting from failed emergency escapes are particularly avoidable. The Tyndall Fire and Emergency Services flight believes that having a sound escape plan will greatly reduce fire deaths and protect you and your family's safety in the event of a fire. In
  • Political participation awareness

    Are you politically involved? Since this election year is an especially active one, members should be cautious in how they participate. To be able to vote and express an opinion is an important right, one the military has defended since the country was founded. However, political activity by servicemembers does have limitations. Members are
  • Berg-Liles Dining Facility reopening slated for late April

    The Berg-Liles Dining Facility, which closed February 29, will reopen for service later this month following renovation of the facility's plumbing system. "The plumbing system in the dining facility is being renovated to ensure quality service continues for our Airmen," said Lt. Col. Michael Lamb, 325th Services Squadron commander. Continued
  • Lady Tigers make Air Force team

    Three Tyndall Lady Tiger basketball players selected to play on the Air Force basketball team and took home the silver medal in the 2008 Armed Forces Women's Championship March 20-28 at Fort Indiantown Gap, Penn. 2nd Lt. Monica Mason, 325th Mission Support Squadron officer in charge of customer service and readiness, Airman 1st Class Richere
  • Airmen, Soldiers validate system during Balad battle drill

    More than 200 Airmen and Soldiers participated in a battle drill here to test the capabilities of the Joint Emergency Operations Center March 31. The JEOC is a team of Air Force and Army personnel from critical base agencies who assemble during crisis situations to help the base recover to conducting wartime operations and to take care of those who
  • Wing honorary CCs tour Tyndall, WEG

    The 53rd Wing honorary commanders took a trip to Panama City, Fla., March 26 - not to get a jump on 'spring break' - but to tour and learn more about the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group located here. "At Eglin (Air Force Base) the honorary commanders only get a part of the 53rd Wing picture," said Lt. Col. Hank Jenkins, 28th Test and Evaluation
  • AFAF kick-off

  • Children transform into ‘Airmen’ during Tyndall’s practice air show

    Four young lives were transformed on Tyndall's flightline during the Gulf Coast Salute air show practice Friday. One young boy turned into an honorary Air Force fire fighter while three others were named "Pilot of the Day." All of them shared stories of their first time in uniform and on an Air Force base. "I would definitely go into this field if
  • Out of the stone age

    Recently, people may have used this phrase to describe certain 325th Services Squadron media products, but now the squadron has joined the rest of world in the 21st Century with new advertising and programming efforts. The most visible of these efforts is the completely revamped website at, now host to a frequently updated
  • Two NCOs receive combat medal

    An NCO from the 325th Security Forces Squadron and one from the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron were awarded the Air Force Combat Action Medal during the Commander's Call ceremony here March 14. Staff Sgt. Cesar Flores, 325th SFS flight chief and Staff Sgt. Jonathon Morrison, 325th CES explosive ordinance disposal craftsman, were presented the award