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  • Tyndall Eagle pilots teach 'fine art' of air-to-air refueling to JASDF

    Two F-15C Eagle instructor pilots from Tyndall Air Force Base are conducting international training missions with Japan Air Self-Defense Force pilots this week at Naha Air Base, Japan. Maj. Brian Schafer, 95th Fighter Squadron instructor pilot, and Capt. Jeff Personius, 2nd Fighter Squadron instructor pilot, departed Bay County April 12 for Naha
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month, choices through awareness

    Last fiscal year, nearly 2,700 sexual assault allegations involving military servicemembers were reported, according to a Department of Defense report. While the number is lower than the previous year, the Tyndall Sexual Assault Response Coordinator's office is working to ensure a continued decrease by promoting sexual assault prevention through
  • Smoke alarms save lives

    In 2004, the National Fire Protection Association reported that 96 percent of homes had at least one smoke alarm installed; however, 25 percent of those devices did not function. The biggest reason alarms failed was dead or missing batteries The NFPA also reports nearly half of deaths from home fires occur in homes without smoke alarms installed.
  • Maintenance Professionals of the Year recognized during ceremony

    The 325th Maintenance Group's Maintenance Professional of the Year banquet, recognizing the achievements of the group for the past year and honoring maintenance professionals, was held April 4 at the Community Activity Center Annex. Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon, Air Force maintenance director, gave a speech to the crowd of more than 460 people
  • Tyndall Reserve Officer named ACC's outstanding Reserve judge advocate for 2007

    First Air Force announced Tuesday that the lead Air Operations Center judge advocate officer here was named Outstanding Reserve Judge Advocate for 2007 by Air Combat Command for superior performance. Lt. Col. Michael E. Guillory was nominated for his exceptional leadership as Staff Judge Advocate while performing state and national duties above and
  • Tyndall AFB Wins Hennessy Award

    The 325th Services Squadron food service program at Tyndall Air Force Base was recently named the 2008 John L. Hennessy award winner: the highest honor an Air Force food service program can attain. Established in 1957, The Hennessy Award program is an annual competition for bragging rights for the best food service program in the Air Force;
  • Paul W. Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy graduates

    Congratulations to the latest Tyndall graduates of the Paul W. Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Class 08-3 DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE Tech. Sgt. Travis P. Parker, 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron GRADUATES Tech. Sgt. Jerry A. Adcox Jr., 325th Communications Squadron Tech. Sgt. Daryl R. Bernhardt, 325th Communications Squadron Tech. Sgt. James
  • Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force addresses top three AF priorities

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley spoke about current Air Force issues to nearly 200 Tyndall Air Force Base Airmen during an enlisted call Friday. To open the enlisted call, Chief McKinley and every Airman present stood and recited the Airman's Creed -- emphasizing the importance of the creed to every Airman serving in
  • 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