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  • 325th CS operates on a different wavelength

    Moving from reactive to proactive, the 325th Communications Squadron spectrum management office recently implemented Cognitive Radio Frequency Systems across the base. CRFS is a spectrum monitoring system that instantly locates RF signals in real-time, 24/7. Assisting in preventing potential damages

  • WSEP-EAST 24.05 brings squadrons from across the AF to TAFB

    Units from across the Air Force, as well as the Marine Corps will be evaluated on their capabilities to load, unload, maintain and fire live weapons during the Weapons System Evaluation Program-East 24.05, Feb. 12 – 23, 2024.

  • A proper airfield makes for the best operations

    To launch jets at a moment’s notice, you need a safe and operational flight line at all times. The 325th Operations Support Squadron airfield management flight serve as the caretakers of critical flight line assets and keep Tyndall’s flight line prepared for real world contingency operations. With

  • 95th FGS holds first weapons load competition

    As the 325th Fighter Wing continues to build the first of three combat coded fighter squadrons, it was only a matter of time before the 325th Maintenance Group hosted its first load crew competition, which took place Feb. 2.Load crew competitions are held across the Air Force, continuing a rich

  • Tyndall Updates Digital Twin Imagery

    As the Installation of Future evolves our team is dedicated to incorporating advanced technologies into our rebuild. The Air Force Civil Engineer Center Natural Disaster Recovery Division is capturing imagery using portable cameras and scanners to create the Digital Twin to assist with the

  • NDI: finding cracks in the system

    Whether it’s a tiny crack unseen by the naked eye or a significant defect, non-destructive inspection specialists can identify and analyze damages in aircraft equipment and systems.

  • Maintaining fit Airmen for air dominance

    In order to uphold the highest standards of readiness, military members are required to complete a fitness assessment at least once a year. The team at Tyndall’s 325th Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell is dedicated to ensuring Airmen across the installation meet or exceed those

  • Team Tyndall advances combat capabilities with F-35 munitions training

    The 325th Fighter Wing recently performed a Rehearsal of Capabilities drill, Airmen from the 325th Munitions Squadron, 95th Fighter Squadron and the 95th Fighter Generation Squadron prepared, loaded and deployed simulated munitions from the F-35A Lightning II for the first time since the aircraft

  • 148th FW participates in WSEP 24.04

    The 148th Fighter Wing, Minnesota Air National Guard, participated in the latest iteration of the Weapons System Evaluation Program, WSEP-East 24.04 at Tyndall Air Force Base, Jan. 16-19, 2024. WSEP is a joint program designed to evaluate air-to-air and air-to-ground live fire weapons employment for

  • Collaboration, conservation leads to sea turtle rescue

    Six cold-stunned sea turtles were rescued by the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron’s environmental management team along Tyndall Air Force Base’s coastline Jan. 22, after a sustained drop in water temperatures.According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, “cold-stunned” is a term