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  • Leaders hold key to AFSO 21 success

    A cornerstone of the secretary of the Air Force's tenure is Air Force Smart Operations 21. He recently said that Air Force leaders hold the key to success for the initiative. "I have told our leaders that we cannot allow AFSO 21 to escape the wing leadership, whether that is the wing commander, group or squadron commanders or command chief," said
  • Making history: First Iraqis graduate AMMOC

    Images of suicide bombers or improvised explosive devices taking their toll on civilian and military lives in Iraq has been daily news for the past three years. No one ever gets accustomed to seeing the videos or photos. Two Iraqis here, however, vowed to make a difference in the rebuilding process of their home country by serving as officers in
  • Unity run begins 9/11 Rememberance Day here

    Tyndall Airmen will gather at the starting line not to race, but to remember. The Sept. 11th Memorial Run is scheduled to start at 7:46 a.m. in front of the Fitness Center and continue for one and a half miles, ending at Flag Park. All military and civilian personnel are highly encouraged to participate. "The event is intended to honor those lost
  • Fuel safety: Pay attention at the pump

    In June, a car burst into flames destroying 10 other vehicles at the Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., hospital. What happened? Was it a bomb? No, the owner of the vehicle had two five-gallon containers of gasoline in the trunk. "The Ft. Leonard Wood Fire Department suspects the fire most likely started when an electrical spark from the tail or brake light
  • Course prepares acting first sergeants for demanding task

    The duty position of first sergeant has many stressors of its own, but what about those who fill in for the first sergeant when he's out of the office? In addition to their current job, acting first sergeants have all of the responsibilities of a first sergeant, without the official first sergeant training. That is why the Acting First Sergeant
  • Travel orders must be cleared promptly

    Fiscal year 2006 will end Oct. 1, making it critical for personnel to promptly clear all travel orders through the 325th Comptroller Squadron. "Currently, 392 travel orders, totaling more than $450,000 are outstanding," said 2nd Lt. Tyler Hess, 325th Comptroller Squadron financial services officer. "The amounts for these orders can either settle
  • Next generation information network coming to Tyndall

    The 325th Communications Squadron is supporting Team Tyndall with a next generation network upgrade through the Air Force Combat Information Transport System program this month. "This is the first base-wide upgrade of our fiber optic network since the CITS was installed at Tyndall eight years ago," said Chief Master Sgt. Carol Cox, 325th CS plans