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  • Conserving energy at home

    According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average American family spends an estimated $1,500 a year on home energy bills. But Americans don't have to waste money if they conserve energy, say DOE officials. By making minor lifestyle changes and upgrading appliances and construction of existing homes with more energy-efficient products,
  • Assault can happen–be aware, seek help

    Sexual assault of adolescent and adult women has been called a silent epidemic, because it occurs at high rates yet is rarely reported to the authorities. Several reasons contribute to the underreporting of sexual assault cases. Many victims do not tell others about the assault, because they fear that they will not be believed or will be derogated.
  • 43rd AMU crew out loads competition

    On Oct. 6, four of the best weapons load crews from the 325th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron competed for the coveted 'Load Crew of the Quarter' competition. Each crew was tasked with loading two AIM-9s and two AIM-120s during a timed evaluation. The competition gives the crews a chance to shine in front of their peers and supervisors, showcasing
  • Instructor teaches students more than intelligence

    Ongoing readiness exercises and deployment training are constant reminders that Tyndall Airmen are poised and ready to engage in the Global War on Terror. Intelligence trainees from the Special Operations Command Intelligence Formal Training Unit, which is attached to the 325th Fighter Wing and located at Hurlburt Field, Fla., gain the knowledge
  • Town hall meeting provides answer to housing concerns

    A town hall meeting was held Monday, giving base housing residents a chance to voice concerns and ask questions concerning housing privatization. The following questions are some of the concerns addressed at the meeting. Will it be necessary to sign a lease? Yes. If the member is deployed, Special Power of Attorney will be needed to sign the lease.
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