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  • What are you doing to promote a Cost Conscious Culture?

    What are you doing to promote a Cost Conscious Culture? I have always believed that the best ideas on how to save and become more efficient lie within the hands of workers at all levels. The creative ingenuity and time-saving methods are often spurred on by members doing the work on a daily basis and their leaders empowering them to make changes.
  • Patient-Centered Care Initiatives

    In order to provide active duty military members, dependents, and retired patriots in the Panama City area with best of class patient-centered care and an enhanced customer experience, the 325th Medical Group has launched several new initiatives. The first initiative is the Air Force Surgeon General's Patient Centered Medical Home. Within Tyndall
  • JAG announces law school programs for officers

    Applications for the Funded Legal Education Program and Excess Leave Program are being accepted from Jan. 1 through March 1, 2013. Interested officers are encouraged to compete. The number of FLEP and ELP applicants selected in any academic year is determined based on the needs of the Air Force. "Our Air Force missions are constantly changing, and
  • Fireworks and safe celebrations

    Each July 4th, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. Despite the dangers of fireworks, few people understand the associated risks, such as devastating burns, other injuries, fires, and even death. Tyndall FireĀ and Emergency Services along with the National Fire Protection Association is
  • Commander sends July 4th message to Team Tyndall

    As we look forward to our transition to Air Combat Command, our next upcoming challenge will be safely celebrating Independence Day. Please take a few extra minutes to plan and prepare appropriately for your time off, especially if you intend to travel over the long weekend. Whether you choose to take a road trip, or stay in the local area, be
  • Cost Conscious Culture: doing a little reaps big savings

    Fellow members of the AETC team, thank you for all you do to keep our Air Force and our nation strong. As I travel around our command, I see firsthand how magnificently you are executing our recruit, train and educate missions and I want you to know how proud I am to be on your team.Our ability to continue to execute our mission with excellence is
  • Civil engineers earn functional badge

    In a course that's been a traditional offering for over 35 years at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Civil Engineer School, more than 50 fresh-from-college lieutenants, nine civilians and three international officers combined to learn about the civil engineer career field and earn their CE career field badge during the Management 101 course,
  • A base tour for a special little boy touches lives

    Recently, I had the privilege of taking part in a base tour that touched me immensely. This was not just any run-of-the-mill tour, with the usual stops and the usual questions. This tour was for a special little boy named Jaxson.After months of planning and coordination, Kevin Sallaway, Jaxson's grandfather and a nurse at the 325th Medical Group
  • Fraud Awareness

    What would you do if you reviewed your monthly credit card statement and discovered you were billed twice for the same purchase? I'm sure you would immediately investigate the charges, notify the creditor, and demand they remove the excess charge. After all, it's your money! What if you purchased your wife a new $18,000 gold necklace and later
  • The Force's Most Valuable Asset = Our Airmen

    Our 325th Fighter Wing's mission is to train and project unrivaled combat power. Continued success in achieving this mission is not only dependent upon innovative leadership, resourceful employment of our assets, and cutting-edge technology, but also on the outstanding quality of our Airmen. The 325th Fighter Wing's recent track record of