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  • Tyndall’s recycling center provides a closer look at recycling

    Tyndall's Recycling Center has come a long way since its inception in March 1992. Then, the only items recycled were corrugated cardboard, aluminum cans, glass bottles, plastic bottles and white ledger paper. Currently, the center has expanded its operation to include all cardboard, newspapers, magazines, phone books, white ledger paper, shredded
  • Major General Morrow takes helm at 1st AF

    Maj. Gen. Henry Morrow took command of First Air Force, Air Forces Northern, and the Continental U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command Region at a change of command ceremony here Wednesday. General Morrow is the former mobilization assistant to the commander, NORAD, and comes to Tyndall with more than 28 years service in the Air Force. He
  • Two new force shaping options announced

    The Air Force started offering two programs to help meet its fiscal year 2007 Enlisted Force Shaping goals and Tyndall is ready to assist. Approximately 60 Airmen here will fall into the date of separation rollback program while others will be eligible to apply for limited active-duty service commitment waivers. "When it comes to the DOS rollback
  • Airmen pull accident victims from burning vehicle

    Two Tyndall Airmen responded to a vehicle accident as they traveled through Madison County, Fla., at approximately 2 p.m. Oct. 9. "We were on our way home from a concert," said Airman 1st Class Shane Reid, 81st Range Control Squadron weapons director technician. "A car in front of us veered from the right lane into the left, then swerved across
  • New commander set to lead First Air Force

    Maj. Gen. Henry Morrow will take command of First Air Force, Air Forces Northern, and the Continental United States NORAD Region at a change of command ceremony here Wednesday. Currently the National Guard Assistant to the Commander, North American Aerospace Defense Command, General Morrow comes to Tyndall with more than 28 years service in the
  • Base recommends safety tips for Halloween activities

    Using adequate safety precautions and common sense can help make the most of the Halloween season. Trick-or-treating on Tyndall will be Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. "Halloween is an exciting time of year for children and adults," said Tech. Sgt. Scott Brown, 325th Security Forces Squadron police services NCO in charge. "Pedestrian safety should be high
  • Tyndall turns to alternative energy, added efficiency

    Tyndall has a strong reputation for being at the forefront of many Air Force training and research initiatives, and current energy systems supplying power to Tyndall facilities are upholding that standard. "The Air Force energy plan incorporates a mixture of renewable energy sources, which supply power to facilities on bases throughout the Air
  • Phantom II Society tour experiences tragedy

    A tragic Oct. 19 motor vehicle accident that ended two lives on Eglin AFB sent shock waves of grief throughout the Tyndall community. "On behalf of all the men and women of the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group, out deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the families, friends and colleagues of those effected by the tragic events that
  • Tyndall kicks off Red Ribbon Week

    Team Tyndall spent the week getting the word out about the dangers of illicit drug use during the annual Red Ribbon Campaign, which runs Oct. 23 - 31. This year's theme for Red Ribbon Week, "United Against Drugs," focuses on educating individuals, families and communities on the destructive effects of drugs and the positive alternative life choices