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  • There is no flight sAFEty without AFE

    The 325th Operations Support Squadron’s aircrew flight equipment unit mobilized Airmen to Naval Air Station Key West, Florida, in support of the F-22 Formal Training Unit’s capstone in July, where student pilots participated in defensive and offensive dissimilar air combat training. Tech. Sgt. Ryan Karcher has been a part of the 325th OSS AFE unit since 2014. Karcher serves as the noncommissioned officer in charge of the parachute shop, where parachutes, seat kits and survival kits for the F-22 Raptors are prepared and maintained.
  • Improving readiness for a diverse force

    Throughout 2020 and 2021, the U.S. Air Force rolled out several changes to the dress and appearance Air Force Instruction. Most of the changes have been seen in female-specific regulations.Significant changes to the restrictions on female hair early on in 2021 included allowing braids and ponytails in all uniforms, operational safety
  • Diverse experiences tailor the future

    Across the force, diverse backgrounds, experiences, demographics, perspectives, thoughts and organization are essential to the Air Force’s ultimate success in an increasingly competitive and dynamic global environment. Born and raised in Barranquilla, Colombia, Tech. Sgt. Maria Cloherty, 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron equipment accountability
  • Honor, purpose, pride

    The mission of the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard is to represent Airmen to the American public and the world. The vision of the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard is to ensure a legacy of Airmen who promote the mission, protect the standards, perfect the image, and preserve the heritage.
  • It's a Tyndall Thing

    General (Ret.) Charles "Chuck" Horner visited Tyndall today for a tour and reminisced about his service here from 1983 - 1985 as commander of the 23rd North American Aerospace Defense Command Region and Tactical Air Command Air Division, and then the Air Force Air Defense Weapons Center.
  • Women's History Month: 1st Lt. "Claw" Pennell

    As we journey through #WomensHistoryMonth, we would like to introduce another one of #TeamTyndall’s strong female Airmen. 1st Lt. “Claw” Pennell, 2nd Fighter Training Squadron chief of training, has been in the Air Force for just over three years. Tyndall is her first assignment where she has been flying T-38 Talons since April of 2020.
  • Women's History Month: Master Sgt. Carrie Lee

    #WomensHistoryMonth has provided #TeamTyndall with the wonderful opportunity to feature some of our female Airmen who support our mission of training and projecting unrivaled combat air power. Today we would like to introduce MSgt. Carrie Lee, a 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron ground transportation function manager. #PortDawgs
  • Chief exercises resilience through mountain climbing

    The four pillars of comprehensive airmen fitness are mental, physical, social and spiritual. How Airmen choose to strengthen them is of their own desire, but a group of Airmen think a way to reinforce all of these concepts is found at the top of each American states’ highest point.
  • Comm Airman leads by example

    One Airman at the 325th Communications Squadron stands out as a leader, in a time and place where strong leadership is sorely needed. Staff Sgt. Sam M. Greene, 325th Communications Squadron client systems supervisor, was hand-picked by his supervision for his dedication to the mission and performance as a leader.
  • Comm teamwork is ticket to success

    Another busy day is underway with no end in sight. In a small shop, a group of six Airmen start their day knowing that enough work for 15 technicians will fall on their shoulders alone. The 325th Communications Squadron client systems work center is the core of all of the base’s communications. When computers and phones need to be fixed, this shop is responsible for getting the job done.