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  • Tyndall Connect: Building relationships

    Tyndall Connect is a new program focused on bringing together individuals from across the installation with similar interests and hobbies. With helping build resilient Airmen as a priority, the Tyndall Connect program aims to host Connect Expos biannually. There, all active duty, reserve, guard

  • HSRT keeps 325th FSS deployment ready

    Tyndall Air Force Base continues to take steps towards readiness in contingency settings, most recently, by hosting Home Station Readiness Training for the 325th Force Support Squadron at Tyndall’s Silver Flag training site.

  • Crucial rebuild supplies delivered via barge

    The 325th Fighter Wing received construction materials via barge to aid in the ongoing rebuild efforts taking place at Tyndall Air Force Base. The barge carrying construction materials arrived at the base’s port on Jan. 6.

  • Chief Reyes: Guiding the force

    For many Airmen around Tyndall, Chief Master Sgt. Luis Reyes, 325th Mission Support Group superintendent, is known as a friendly face with tons of energy and no shortage of constructive criticism to offer any Airmen he may come across.

  • Tyndall AFB holds first Commander's Call

    Col. George Watkins addressed 325th Fighter Wing personnel during commander’s calls held at Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Base. The command team briefed installation Airmen on the wing’s mission of building upon the unit’s legacy while projecting unrivaled combat airpower and providing combat air

  • POL brings a new way to pay

    Tyndall’s petroleum, oils and lubricants flight is among the first of more than 600 Department of Defense facilities set to transition to a new Electronic Point of Sale Device (EPOSD) for fuels distribution.

  • Tyndall holds first-ever EALS-C training

    Tyndall held its first-ever Mission Essential Equipment Training course on the new Expeditionary Airfield Lighting System Jan. 27. The 801st RED HORSE Training Squadron operates one of three Silver Flag locations across the Department of Defense lighting the way for new war-fighting capabilities by

  • WSEP EAST-23.04 at Tyndall

    U.S. Navy Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 34, Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, participated in Weapons System Evaluation Program East-23.04. WSEPs are formal, two-week evaluation exercises designed to test a squadron’s capabilities to conduct live-fire weapons systems during air-to-air combat