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  • 82ND ATRS modernizes missile retriever boats

    Tyndall Air Force Base is proving their commitment to spearhead innovation by recently making progress on a $5.1 million project used to revamp three missile retriever boats assigned to the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron. The 82nd ATRS, a tenant unit at Tyndall belonging to the 53rd Wing, operates the

  • Re-EVALUATE the system

    In August 2020, Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., U.S. Air Force chief of staff, rolled out guidance titled “Accelerate Change or Lose”. Since then, the Air Force has been releasing newly designed systems and practices in an effort to progress with the changing world.

  • Rebuilding Tyndall from the ground up

    Currently, driving around Tyndall Air Force Base is similar to driving around a massive construction zone. Many organizations play a role in Tyndall’s evolution into the “Installation of the Future,” including the 325th Contracting Squadron. The 325th CONS is responsible for supporting all the

  • The 95th FS; part of Tyndall's proud fighter heritage

    The 95th Fighter Squadron, the “Boneheads,” celebrated 80 years of proud heritage Feb. 9, 2022. Originally known as the 95th Pursuit Squadron, the unit was established Jan. 13, 1942, flying the P-38 Lightning aircraft. The unit joined the Checkertails at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Sept. 1,

  • Tyndall continues rebuild with housing upgrades

    After Hurricane Michael devastated Tyndall Air Force Base in 2018, a unique opportunity was presented to adapt and rebuild the base. Now, over three years later, Tyndall is continuing to transform into the “Installation of the Future.”

  • COMACC gets in-depth look at “Installation of the Future"

    Gen. Mark D. Kelly, commander of Air Combat Command, visited 325th Fighter Wing units at Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Bases, Jan. 24-25.During the visit, Team Tyndall displayed Installation of the Future initiatives while showcasing the resiliency of Team Tyndall during the rebuild and pandemic.

  • AFCEC Natural Disaster Recovery Division prepares for future disasters

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – The Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s Natural Disaster Recovery Division, located at Tyndall, recently created a new branch to enhance readiness and preparedness for the next natural disaster that may strike an Air Force installation. “It’s only a matter of time before

  • A journey from basketball to air power

    While all Airmen wear the same uniform, each Airman has their own unique story that brought them to the service. Maj. Andrew Fingall, 325th Comptroller Squadron commander, has had a captivating journey of his own filled with basketball, family, and pure chance.