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  • 325th Operations Support Squadron Change of Command

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jason White, 325th Operations Support Squadron commander (right), assumes command from Col. John Echols, 325th Operations Group commander (left), at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Feb. 26, 2021. Prior to assuming command of the 325th OSS, White served as the director of operations for the 325th OSS. (U.S. Air Force photo
  • Raptors and Super Hornets at Tyndall Air Force Base

    U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptors and U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornets take off from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Feb. 19, 2021.
  • A safe place for tough conversations

    Tyndall’s Diversity and Inclusion Council is dedicated to creating a safe place for Airmen from all walks of life to speak freely about their concerns.
  • Tyndall Airmen participate in community alliance art initiative

    Members of the Tyndall Active Airmen Association were showcased during a ceremony for a community alliance art initiative hosted by Panama City Beach, Florida, and Sunshine Art Center Feb. 19. Tyndall Airmen painted a sculpture of a giant sea turtle to be placed at the Veterans Memorial Park in Panama City Beach.
  • Tyndall Airmen shoot for the stars

    Four of Tyndall Air Force Base’s best are now official U.S. Space Force Guardians. With high hopes and expectations, many of the Airmen wanted to be part of history.
  • Inaugural Department of the Air Force Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium announced

    Airmen and Guardians will have the opportunity to participate in the inaugural Department of the Air Force Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium virtual professional development series March 8-11, during Women’s History Month.
  • Separated by distance, reunited by service

    According to the Council of Foreign Relations, only one percent of the United States population are active-duty Department of Defense personnel, making the military a small world. Airman 1st Class Trevor Mondor, 325th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron bioenvironmental engineering apprentice, recently got to see just how small of a world the military really is. Mondor’s father, U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician’s Mate Senior Chief Petty Officer Richard Fenters with the Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 134 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington arrived to Tyndall Air Force Base on Feb. 10, for a Weapons System Evaluation Program exercise.
  • Tyndall transitions to 3D mammography

    The 325th Medical Group is upgrading mammography equipment to ensure beneficiaries get the best care possible, setting the standard for clinics and hospitals across the Air Force. 3D mammography is replacing 2D mammography to increase chances of cancer detection.
  • Tyndall AFB strengthens coalition readiness with partners overseas

    The 33rd Fighter Wing’s 337th Air Control Squadron, located at Tyndall AFB, constantly bolsters readiness and combat capabilities with the Air Force’s international brothers and sister in arms through USAF Air Battle Management and Control training received here on base and out in the field.
  • Revolutionizing the flightline of the future

    The Tyndall Program Management Office hosted a Flightline of the Future Summit Feb. 3 to explore opportunities to turn the base’s current flightline into a high-tech resource for the missions of tomorrow.