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  • 81st ACS all female mission

    The 81st Air Control Squadron, also known as WETSTONE, is the only active duty Air Force squadron authorized to perform Battle Management Command and Control during live-fire air-to-air weapons evaluations as part of the Air Force’s Weapons System Evaluation Program. During WSEP East 22.06, the 81st

  • Tyndall's newest honorary commanders

    On April 13, 2022, Tyndall Air Force Base inducted 25 members of the local community as the base’s newest honorary commanders. These individuals will be a part of Tyndall’s initiative to maintain the strong relationships between the base and local community through mutually beneficial professional

  • Readiness Challenge nears full return

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Readiness Challenge will move one step close to its full return following an initial operational capability (IOC) competition April 18-22, at the Silver Flag Training Site at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida. The challenge is hosted by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center,

  • Tyndall fire’s first EMT course

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron hosted Tyndall Air Force Base’s first emergency medical technician course and produced 10 National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician certified firefighters last month.

  • Support through family advocacy

    The Department of Defense has a resource designed specifically to assist parents through this change within the New Parent Support Program. The program, monitored at the installation level by the Family Advocacy program manager, is comprised of nurses, social workers and home visitation specialists

  • Zero Eyes; helping 325th SFS detect, deter potential firearm threats

    The 325th Security Forces Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base is leading the way in advancing technology and innovation by serving as the first unit to test revolutional, preemptive base security measures.The squadron is partnering with Zero Eyes, an artificial intelligence, software-based system,

  • Tyndall’s F-35 Program Integration Office; supporting future missions

    The 325th Fighter Wing is slated to receive F-35A Lightning II aircraft beginning in September 2023 in a move that supports the National Defense Strategy by furthering air superiority goals. As the “Installation of the Future” readies for its new mission set, Tyndall personnel and contractors are

  • Surviving Hurricane Michael in building 909

    Two members of the Ride-Out Element reflect on the Hurricane Michael's landfall over Tyndall as the base Emergency Operations Center, in which they sheltered, is demolished.

  • Never stop developing

    The Air Force accelerates change in order to ensure Airmen have the attributes required to compete, deter, and win in a high-end fight. Recently, the Air Force updated the Airman’s Foundational Competencies as part of this approach to develop the force. The 24 total competencies are meant to assist