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  • Childrens author visits Tyndall Elementary

    Children at Tyndall Air Force Base Elementary School received a visit Oct. 25 and 26 from Michael Shoulders, Clarksville, Tenn. children's book writer. Mr. Shoulders, a retired teacher and administrator, made the visit as part of his nation-wide school tour. "At the beginning of the school year, a county committee selects from a list of authors to
  • Halloween safety reminder

    Team Tyndall is promoting a safe and happy Halloween today from 5:30 through 7:30 p.m. for the Tyndall Air Force Base community and their guests. Using safety tips and common sense, you can turn your trick-or-treating experience into a family-safe event; keeping adults happy, yet still making it enjoyable for the kids. Kids love Halloween; they get
  • Base program turns rags to riches

    Most people have heard the fairy tale where a person turns his rags to riches, well in this case the Air Force Repair Enhancement Program here accomplishes this by turning trash into money. The idea is simple. AFREP collects and repairs miscellaneous aircraft parts, electronics and practically anything else people throw away once they break,
  • 95th AMU earn first place in quarterly competition

    Each quarter at Hanger 4 here, top performers from the 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 43rd AMU and 95th AMU gather for their turn in the weapons load and jammer competition. "Each weapons-load crew consists of three members who were selected from each AMU's leadership," explained Staff Sgt. Anthony Smith, 325th Maintenance Group standardization
  • Tyndall’s first responders tested along with local agencies

    First responders from Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe, Fla. joined forces with Tyndall Air Force Base's fire department, security forces and support agencies to test accident response skills during an exercise in Mexico Beach Tuesday. The exercise began at 8:45 a.m. with an in-flight emergency that transitioned into a simulated F-15 crash in a wooded
  • Carrying on a family tradition

    Many people have a hero of some sort; either real or made-up. Some people may consider their hero to be a famous person or a professional athlete, while others would choose a fictional character like Superman, but my hero remains my dad. My name is Airman First Class Anthony J. Hyatt and I am a staff writer with the 325th Fighter Wing Public
  • Red Horse warrior takes on new kind of battle

    He walked into a doctor's office with one problem, minor back pain. He walked out with a whole world of problems stemming from a newly diagnosed life-threatening disease. However, he also found a strong will to fight. In November, 2005 Master Sgt. Dale Filsell, the services superintendent for Detachment 1 of the 823rd Rapid Engineer Deployable
  • A united effort in aerospace control

    Four times each year, approximately 12 international students from across the globe are selected to attend the International Air Weapons Controller and Theater Air Operations Courses conducted at the 325th Air Control Squadron here. The International Flight at the 325th ACS trains foreign Air Battle Managers on U.S. Air Force tactics, techniques
  • Guidance on Fundraising at Tyndall

    Tyndall Air Force Base is now in the midst of the annual Combined Federal Campaign fundraising program. The CFC started Sept. 17 and will end Oct. 29. Given the request for fundraisers by many base affiliated private organizations that occur throughout the year, it is important that each organization understands the procedures for gaining approval
  • Tigers Men lose season opener

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Tigers men's varsity basketball team lost their season opening game to the Moody Air Force Base Flying Tigers this past weekend, 85-81. In Saturday's action, Tyndall jumped out to an early lead and led for the majority of the first half only to see Moody go on a late run to take a 41-40 lead at the intermission. In the
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