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  • Commanders and Chiefs converge on America’s Air Dominance Wing

    Tyndall AFB alumni understand that this is a great place to live. The Emerald Coast, as our area of Florida is known, is a beautiful location for recreation and mission ... and the best place for the 2007 Air Education and Training Command's Commanders and Command Chiefs' Conference. Each year, our major command hosts a conference for all its
  • Have a plan, 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. According to Tyndall firefighter having a sound escape plan will greatly reduce fire deaths and protect you and your family's safety in the event of a fire. Have a sound fire escape
  • Early detection key to stopping second most common cause of cancer death

    It's the second most common cause of cancer-related death among men and women in the United States, but it is preventable, according to the American Cancer Society. It is colon cancer. March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month. The 325th Medical Group encourages men and women age 50 and older to contact their doctor to be tested for colon
  • Tyndall implements new response action plan for incidents, other emergencies

    February marked the beginning of Tyndall's new approach to disaster response. "Tyndall's disaster responders are streamlining their techniques to blend seamlessly with off-base responders, in reaction to devastating events like Sept. 11 and Hurricane Katrina, to ensure better communication across the cross section of organizations that must react
  • Tyndall revamps deployment process reducing waste, stress

    Deploying Airmen spend several hours going to different agencies on the base to outprocess. Those agencies expend more work effort than needed to get the Airmen outprocessed. The deploying Airman's office loses several hours of his productivity due to the many hours the Airman spends outprocessing. These are just some of the thoughts that went
  • Tyndall places fourth at SEMAC post-season tournament

    The Tyndall Tigers Men's varsity basketball team placed fourth in the annual Southeastern Military Athletic Conference Post Season tournament held Feb. 17-19 at Moody AFB, Ga. In their first game, Tyndall defeated Fort Benning, Ga., 93-88. In the game against Fort Benning, the Tigers jumped out for an early double-digit lead behind the scoring of
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