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  • Check your space heater safety meter

    Welcome to winter and let's face it, it's cold and you may find your old government facility isn't keeping you warm enough to shed the chills but that's no reason to burn it down. As temperatures drop outdoors and you take steps to warm your home, please be mindful of the dangers that are associated with the use of space heaters. The National Fire
  • Scholarships for military children application deadline nears

    Applications for the 2008 Scholarships for Military Children Program must be turned in to a commissary by close of business Feb. 20. Scholarship applications are available in commissaries worldwide or online through at and directly at, where they can be filled out on the computer and
  • Cell phone, seatbelt policies to be strictly enforced in '08

    Drivers on base may want to think twice before making that next phone call behind the wheel or not fastening their seatbelt. Starting Jan. 1, the 325th Security Forces Squadron is going to be strictly enforcing an already mandated Department of Defense policy which prohibits the use of cell phones while driving a vehicle on a military installation.
  • 95th Fighter Squadron takes time away from F-15s; moves to bikes

    The 95th Fighter Squadron, notably known for flying F-15s, took a different course Monday night. More than 30 volunteers from the 95th FS went to the Lighthouse Marina and Boatyard Restaurant in Panama City Beach Dec. 17 to participate in Ardry's Bikes for Tykes, a program to acquire Christmas bicycles for disadvantaged children. "Although we are
  • Lady Tigers defeat Eglin, keep perfect season in tact

    The Tyndall Lady Tigers improved their record to 6-0 for the season as they defeated the Lady Eagles of Eglin Air Force Base by a score of 88-66 in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference action this past Saturday. The two squads traded baskets throughout the first half as Eglin connected on four three-point baskets to combat Lady Tigers Tiffanie
  • Tyndall outlasts Eglin to grasp 1st Place

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team (6-1) traveled to Eglin Air Force Base Saturday to face the Eglin Eagles (6-1) in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference action with first place on the line going into the holiday break. The two teams played close throughout the first half until Tyndall committed turnovers on three consecutive
  • "Thank You"

  • Three NCOs STEP to next level

    Two Tyndall Air Force Base staff sergeants and one technical sergeant received an early holiday surprise Monday morning in the form of hand-delivered promotions from Brig. Gen. Tod Wolters, 325th Fighter Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Benjamin Van Vleet, 325th FW command chief master sergeant. The newly promoted sergeants are: Tech. Sgt.
  • Deployed Airmen families celebrate holidays together

    The Tyndall Air Force Base Airmen and Family Readiness center hosted a "Hearts Apart" holiday party Dec. 13 for family members of deployed servicemembers. The evening consisted of a pizza dinner, holiday craft making and gifts donated by the Florida National Guard Family Readiness Center, for the attending children. "We had a great turnout with
  • Team Tyndall gets safe

    The 325th Fighter Wing safety office gives tips to have a safe holiday-get-together this Christmas. "Air Education Training Command has been fortunate over the last three years and not lost any Airmen during Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years," said Gen. William Looney, AETC commander. Last year, the Air Force lost five Airmen due to vehicle