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  • 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
  • Fitness station gives users 'leg up' on getting fit

    Recently, Airman Leadership School class 2006-06 left a legacy of fitness for Tyndall. The class brought one Airman's idea to life as a class legacy project, building a fitness station for runners on the track behind the NCO Academy. The idea was conceived by Staff Sgt. Philip Morris, 325th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter. "My main motivation
  • Air Force marathon gearing up

    Headquarters Air Education and Training Command Services will field two teams and four individual runners in the Air Force Marathon, Sept. 16, at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. AETC bases are requested to submit teams in each of the following categories: Men's Open Relay, Women's Open Relay and Individual. An AETC Services selection board will choose
  • Despite stormy start, 'Katrina baby' thrives

    No, her name is not Katrina. Sage Madison Post's dramatic birth at Keesler Medical Center during a cesarean section by flashlight as Hurricane Katrina stormed ashore was an inspirational story in the tumultuous days after the storm. However, without the family's consent, federal regulations to protect the privacy of personal health information kept
  • Canada, U.S. celebrate special day

    Two countries whose militaries fought side by side for years defending the North American continent fought against each other Friday in a friendly competition called volleyball. Tyndall's Canadian Component Forces sought to defeat their American counterparts over the net for the third year in a row during a time where both countries celebrate their
  • NSPS training mandatory for supervisors

    Base personnel will be changing the way they do business as approximately 125 non-bargaining unit personnel assigned to Tyndall will convert to the National Security Personnel System Jan. 21, 2007. This conversion from the General Schedule System marks the beginning of a landmark transformation of the Department of Defense's human resources from a
  • Uniform board to release updates to AFI

    An update to Air Force Instruction 36-2903, Air Force Uniform Dress and Appearance, will soon be released, said Air Force officials. A key feature of this updated instruction will be the return of heritage to the enlisted corps -- chevrons on the sleeves and circles around the U.S. insignia. "Over the years, we've made changes that made sense at
  • Conserving water: You can help

    Everyone in Bay County, whether on-base or off, can help out the whole community by conserving water. Monthly review and comparison of water consumption to previous years shows the county has increased it monthly consumption in 2006. Water conservation needs to be done on a constant basis. Water may be a renewable resource to a certain extent, but
  • Airman sentenced for drug use

    An Airman was convicted of two specifications of wrongful use of marijuana in a special court-martial held here June 22. Airman Eric Williams, assigned to 325th AMXS, was charged with two specification of wrongful use of marijuana, in violation of Article 112a of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, after he tested positive on drug tests in
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