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  • From underground to top floor: 325th CS makes connections to continue renovations

    As the restoration of Tyndall unfolds in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, a return to normalcy can be seen with revitalizing pre-storm scheduled investments to resources and infrastructure. The professionals of the 325th Communications Squadron assist with the renovations to the 325th Medical Group in the early morning hours, Jan. 7, 2019. A few feet underground, a man sifts through wire insulation to reach the colorful bouquet of wires he must identify, select and cut.
  • SAF Deputy Chief Information Officer surveys Tyndall

    In the weeks following Hurricane Michael’s landfall over Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., various members of Air Force senior leadership and their representatives have come to survey the damages and coordinate with Tyndall leadership for a plan for the installation. The most recent visitor was Secretary of the Air Force Deputy Chief Information Officer, Bill Marion.
  • Air Force begins work on Tyndall AFB rebuild with PMO

    Following Hurricane Michael, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center and its partners established a program management office at Tyndall to lead redevelopment and reconstruction efforts.
  • Modular facilities arrive to Tyndall

    Modular facilities began arrival to Tyndall Dec. 19, 2018. The new facilities will provide temporary housing and work centers for Airmen stationed on the installation or personnel on temporary duty assignments to aid in the recovery effort for the destruction caused by Hurricane Michael.
  • Personal Property: Hurricane Michael Disposal Notice Update

    The base recovery efforts are coming along well. Many from our team have returned to duty and are currently hard at work cleaning up the base, protecting buildings, and making the area safe. We would like to thank you for your patience.
  • AFCEC opens doors after Hurricane Michael

    Air Force Civil Engineer Center members returned to work at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, last week after two months away following Hurricane Michael.
  • Sailors, Tyndall personnel partner to return vessel to water

    A U.S. Air Force Missile Retriever Ship was beached during the strong winds of Hurricane Michael. Sailors from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 2, homeported at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Ft. Story, partnered with Tyndall personnel to return the vessel to the water. The Missile Retriever ship is responsible for the location and recovery of Subscale Aerial Targets in the Gulf of Mexico W151 Live-Fire Range. MR’s also conduct launch and recovery corridor clearance operations for both SSAT and Full-scale Aerial Target Missions.
  • Santa Claus visits Tyndall AFB

    Tyndall Air Force Base hosted the 75th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, Dec. 14, 2018. The ceremony included an invocation, comments by the commander, the tree lighting, and Christmas sing along paired with the arrival of Santa Claus.
  • Tyndall Airmen help clean Mexico Beach

    Thirty nine volunteers from Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Bases came together to help clean Mexico Beach, one of the communities hit the hardest by Hurricane Michael. The volunteers were able to clean up more than 40 cubic yards of debris within four hours.
  • Second generation Wi-Fi at Tyndall Air Force Base

    Tyndall AFB is the first base in the entire Air Force to have the new “Aruba 325” access points, as opposed to the old 100-series. The difference between the older series access points and the newer models is an increased capacity for users, range and bandwidth.