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  • Tyndall's new squadron manages freedom's assets

    The success of Tyndall's recent deployment/employment exercise, which concluded Aug. 15, could not have been achieved without the men and women of the 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron. The 325th LRS is comprised of four flights: the Vehicle Management Flight, the Fuels Management Flight, the Material Management Flight and the Deployment and
  • Meet the 325th FSS commander

    Lead by example -- a phrase repeated often but not always followed.  A new squadron commander at Tyndall plans to breathe new life into the phrase. "I believe in leading by example," said Maj. John Zulauf, 325th Force Support Squadron commander. "If I'm to expect my Airmen to strive for a higher level of excellence in everything they do, then
  • Meet the 83rd FWS Commander: Lt. Col. Matt Bradley

    With his third assignment at Tyndall, Lt. Col. Matt Bradley, 83rd Fighter Weapons Squadron commander, and his family are happy to call the beaches of Florida home. After commissioning through the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., Bradley first arrived at Tyndall as an F-15C Eagle student pilot in 1999. His return trips in 2003 and
  • Meet the 325th CES commander: Lt. Col. Richard Martin

    Built on the passion to serve and the love of the career field, the new commander of the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron looks forward to command.As a teenager, the Norton, Mass. native, Lt. Col. Richard Martin, 325th CES commander, originally aspired to be an architect. However, a lack of drawing skills changed his focus to engineering."I took to
  • Meet Col. Derek France, 325th Fighter Wing commander

    First as a student, then as a squadron commander, a member of Team Tyndall returned for the third time to command the 325th Fighter Wing. Col. Derek France is now at Tyndall as the 325th FW commander after more than four years away. "We have good friends in the community, and our family is really excited to be back," said France. "We have
  • Airman laid to rest after 62 years MIA

    Never leave an Airman behind. These words are a staple in the Air Force and echoed by men and women everyday through the Air Force Creed. Following this code, whether over the skies of Normandy, the Iraqi Desert or even a lost plane from more than 60 years ago, is a way of life. On Nov. 22, 1952, a C-124 Globemaster, traveling from McChord Air
  • Graffs bid farewell to Tyndall, Air Force

    Within the first 24 hours of taking command of the 325th Fighter Wing, Col. David E. Graff dealt with a real-world emergency, the loss of an F-22 Raptor. Though just being in command, he and Team Tyndall pushed through and overcame the crisis establishing a culture of perseverance, innovation and servant leadership, which carried through this
  • From carrying 'cuffs to praying in pews

    While every job plays an important role in the Air Force, two are known well by every Airman: security forces and chaplains. Airmen recognize security forces members as the guardians of the gates for military installations. On the other hand, many Airmen know chaplains to be confidential sources that are sought out in times of need or leaned on for
  • Meet the 325th Maintenance Group commander: Col. Jacqueline M. Mongeon

    Opportunities laid as stepping stones, led one military brat down a path that earned her wings. She pinned on full bird colonel in February, and now, Col. Jacqueline M. Mongeon is the new commander of the 325th Maintenance Group.Mongeon began her military career just after high school. Although, her family always thought her older sister would be
  • Integrity through justice

    Justice is blind, but it is fair. In a nation of laws, the need for good order does not stop at Tyndall's gate. The legal office provides various services on Tyndall, having different specialized sections. Members of the 325th Fighter Wing Judge Advocate military justice are tasked with advising commanders and handing down swift rulings in
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