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  • Bearing with bears

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission estimates that there are approximately 4,050 black bears in Florida, to include Tyndall. The natural resources office and the FWC work together to track bear sightings and encounters on Tyndall, where a vast array of wildlife reside. Residents are encouraged to know how to bear with the bears.
  • Tyndall celebrates AF birthday

    On July 26, 1947, President Harry S. Truman signed into law the National Security Act of 1947, which provided for a separate Department of the Air Force. The service celebrated its 71st birthday this year.
  • TELMOC supports DoD operations

    Today’s Airmen must be able to fly, fight, and win in complex, multi-domain environments. U.S. partners and allies have come to expect that we will ensure freedom from attack, provide the ability to attack at the time and place of our choosing, and ensure we can operate freely in peace and war. Air superiority is accomplished through rigorous training against realistic threats in environments similar to those seen in contested areas of responsibility.
  • Red Tide hits Tyndall

    In Northwest Florida, reports of fish kills were received in and offshore of Panama City Beach (Bay County). Additionally, concentrations of Red Tide algae in Bay County range from not present to low. Signs will be placed at Tyndall AFB beaches in order to warn of the potential side effects if exposed to the Red Tide.
  • Tyndall remembers 9/11

    In the early morning hours of September 11, 2001, the world anxiously watched as horrific terrorist attacks occurred in Pennsylvania, New York, and Washington D.C. Every year since, Americans gather to remember and honor the nearly 3,000 people killed in the World Trade Center, Pennsylvania and Pentagon terrorist attacks, a powerful reminder of the largest loss of life resulting from a foreign attack on American soil.
  • Striking a chord in the community

    As the sun of the mid-afternoon hours beams through the blinds of the Clifford Chester Sims Nursing Home, the mood is of a warm, loving home. Residents gather in a room, many wearing veterans’ hats of various wars and conflicts. They gather, not to tell war stories, but to listen to the sound of gospel music from the piano and melodic voice of an Airman.
  • Two-minute decision leads to life-long career

    For some, life is a brightly-lit and planned out path with signs to guide every twist and turn. For others, like the 325th Fighter Wing vice commander, the path’s twists and turns remained hidden until a two-minute decision cast light on the future.
  • Job well done Jack

    “It’s never easy to lose a member of your team, and last Tuesday was that moment for this unit,” the major said solemnly while addressing the crowd. “The unit lost a teammate, lost a family member, and these handlers who sit here today lost a very good friend.” Major Joshua D. Frizzell, 325th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) commander, was speaking to the crowd about Jack, a military working dog (MWD) and distinguished member of Team Tyndall, who died Aug. 28, 2018.
  • Blended retirement system opt in ends Dec. 31

    The ability to opt-in to the Blended Retirement System (BRS) ends Dec. 31, 2018. All service members who entered the military on or after Jan. 1, 2018, were automatically enrolled in the BRS.
  • Tyndall provides safe haven to Shaw assets

    U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 20th Fighter Wing, Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., evacuated to Tyndall to escape the potentially dangerous path of Hurricane Florence.