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  • USAF: One Airman's American Dream

    Allowing service members a safe space to share their cultural experiences, Tyndall’s Hispanic Heritage Association encourages the Air Force action orders of “Accelerate Change or Lose” by empowering Airmen and building a team of leaders who value diversity. One Airman who feels passionately

  • 337 ACS: WST Airmen Secure Freedom of the Skies

    Helping to develop mission ready Airmen is the 337th Air Control Squadron, whose primary duty is to produce air battle managers for the U.S. Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve. Working behind the scenes to help make this happen is Airman 1st Class Austin Mills, a weapons simulation

  • Tyndall breaks ground on flight line facilities for F-35A mission

    A groundbreaking ceremony for the single largest military construction contract on record in the Air Force database was held here, Sept. 13, 2022, as Tyndall began construction on flight line facilities to directly support the F-35A Lightning II aircraft and personnel that will call the base home

  • Hispanic Heritage Month; TSgt Jose Velazquez

    Each year, Tyndall Air Force Base observes National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The 325th Fighter Wing celebrates each and every Airman’s history, culture and contributions to the U.S. Air Force. Bringing awareness to the fact that everyone comes from a different background is

  • First Term Airman Course; paving the way

    First Term Airman Course is designed to inform new Airmen and help them navigate the start of their careers after they arrive at their first duty station.Tyndall’s FTAC has a dedicated staff intent on offering the best curriculum possible to help pave the way to success for new Airmen as they

  • Body building the force

    2nd Lt. Michelle Smith, the 325th Comptroller Squadron’s financial operations flight commander, exemplifies the statement ‘fit to fight’ and the Air Force core value of ‘excellence in all we do’ through an intense hobby of body building.Smith recently earned 3rd place in Wellness Division and 3rd

  • What Makes a “Future Base”

    With the intent of continuing the mission, building resiliency and staying on the cutting edge of innovation, the U.S. Air Force made the decision to transform Tyndall Air Force Base into the “Installation of the Future” in late 2018. This would mean that while recovering from Hurricane Michael’s

  • Single Parents of Tyndall

    Master Sgt. Samantha Elliott, 325th FSS military and family life counseling section chief, a single parent of eight and a half years, and Tech. Sgt. Victoria Negrete, 325th FSS mail manager, and single parent of 11 years, are no stranger to the struggles of being a single parent in the military.

  • Billy Lofton swears his last oath

    Tech. Sgt. Billy Lofton, 325th Security Forces Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of plans, has given that oath six times in his career. In 2005, then-Airman 1st Class Lofton re-enlisted for the first time at one of the gates at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, which unknowingly starting a

  • 325th OSS conducts inter-flight training

    The 325th Operations Support Squadron conducted inter-flight training to train air traffic controllers and airfield managers on some of the respective duties and tasks in their respective career fields. The training is meant to expand the Airmen’s knowledge beyond their main career field to broaden