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  • FTAC brings Valentine’s cheer

    Some residents from Sim's Veterans Home received a visit from some special guest on Valentines Day. Members from the First Term Airmen Center spent their holiday with the veterans. "Every class is scheduled to take a trip to the Sim's Veterans home, so they can show their gratitude to the military members before them," said Staff Sgt. Samantha
  • Tigers defeat Commandos; Conference Champs

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team took a come-from-behind 86-85 victory over Hurlburt Field and secured the regular season conference title in the Southeastern Military Athletic Conference action Saturday. The Tigers started quickly as they opened up an early eight-point lead in the opening half behind guard Melvin Smith's 12
  • Tyndall calling all bands

    Tyndall Air Force Base's 325th Services Squadron held "Rockfest 2008," a free concert for military members Saturday at Heritage Park. "Ten (local) bands performed to thank the Tyndall community for their military commitment," said Della Allen, 325th SVS Community Activities Center director. The local bands that played included Golden Rose, Parker
  • 325th Fighter Wing members earn AF Outstanding Unit Award

    Members of the 325th Fighter Wing can stand proud, as the unit is once again the recipient of the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for exceptionally meritorious service. This is the 11th time the unit has received the award, which covers a period between one and two years. The inclusive dates for the current award are from July 1, 2006 to June 30,
  • Annual award winners announced

    The 2007 Team Tyndall Annual Awards were announced at a special ceremony here Friday. The 325th Fighter Wing and associate unit annual awards were also announced and winners from each category competed for the Team Tyndall awards. Congratulations to the following award winners: Team Tyndall award winners Honor Guard member of the year: Airman 1st
  • AETC Command Chief visits Tyndall

    Chief Master Sgt. Mark R. Luzader, Air Education and Training Command Command Chief Master Sergeant, visited Tyndall Air Force Base Jan. 28-29. Chief Luzader is the senior enlisted leader responsible to Gen. William Looney III, AETC commander, for the professional development, military readiness and mission effectiveness of the command's enlisted
  • Airmen find place to chill

    Imagine yourself as a brand new Airman at Tyndall Air Force Base. Now think about that weekend coming up where you don't know anyone, you don't have a vehicle to travel anywhere and you're bored. What do you do? Head to the Living Room, a place that has re-opened for the Airmen to kick back and relax. "It is open for all dorm residents who want to
  • Tyndall F-15 training throttles ahead

    After more than 60 days of stand-down time, Tyndall Air Force Base's 2nd and 95th Fighter Squadrons are back in action and progressively resuming their training operations. The first priority for both squadrons was to get all instructors retrained and to work on skills needed for the job. "We need at least a certain level of proficiency to go along
  • Team Tyndall comes together to clean up after ground mishap

    It may take a village to raise a child, but it takes an Air Force base to raise an Eagle, an F-15C Eagle that is. Representatives from organizations across Tyndall came together Friday and Saturday to hoist a damaged F-15 off the airfield following a ground mishap Jan. 22. The aircraft, assigned to the 2nd Fighter Squadron, was involved in a mishap
  • AETC releases vision of future learning

    RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- The Air Force must transform its training and education system of today into a continuous learning culture to meet the Air Force missions of tomorrow. Air Education and Training Command leaders released that vision for the years between 2008 and 2030 when they unveiled "On Learning: The Future of Air Force