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  • Small office, large presence

    A small office remains behind the scenes to help keep Tyndall's high-visibility functions and formalities operational. The wing protocol office supports and coordinates distinguished guests' visits; various official military ceremonies; as well as many other base-wide functions and events. DV visits include the president of the United States, vice
  • Fuel on the go

    Without fuel, the sound of freedom coming from the F-22 Raptor would only be a quiet murmur. This is where the professionals at the 325th Logistic Readiness Squadron add their instruments to the symphony of the sounds of freedom.The 325th LRS officially became a unit April 1 and obtains approximately two million gallons of fuel on a weekly basis to
  • A race to remember

    A year ago, the world witnessed another terrorist attack on American soil, this time in Massachusetts during the 117th Boston Marathon, the world's oldest marathon. The attack claimed three lives and injured an estimated 264 others.Even those who weren't directly affected, but were in the general area, felt the wave of panic and chaos."I finished
  • Read two pages and call me in the morning

    With the constant rotation of cold, flu and allergy seasons, common ailments can send a flood of Airmen to the clinic. To aid the 325th Medical Group is a new program in place giving patients the power to diagnose themselves, and find the necessary over-the-counter medications to start on the road to recovery.The Self-Initiated Care Kit class is
  • 300 pins for the win

    From a young age, it is quite common for children to idolize their parents; some may even follow in their footsteps. For the Dodson family, it's bowling. Their common thread is bowling.At 14 years-old, Rebecca "Boo" Dodson, Everitt Middle School student, joined her mother becoming the first mother-daughter 300 duo in Bay County. She bowled her
  • Special Delivery

    Rain, sleet or shine -- that is the motto of the U.S. Postal Service, and with that, a simple change of office location will not slow them down.The Tyndall post office is slated to move into their new place of business, located near the base Express.Due to relocation there will be some new procedures for Airmen to receive their mail."There will be
  • Dust off the Attic

    Airmen starting their new lives in the military sometimes need a helping hand getting settled in new surroundings. The Airman's Attic is a program in place that does this very thing.Located in the Airman and Family Readiness Center, the attic is staffed by volunteers with the mission of providing Airmen, E-5 and below, with various clothes and
  • HAWC--keeping goals from going up in smoke

    Lent is almost over and New Year's isn't for another eight months. Both giving things up and starting resolutions doesn't have to wait for a holiday. Start today and give up tobacco with the help of the Health and Wellness Center.April Wisdom, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Health and Wellness Center flight commander, provides one-on-one tobacco
  • Give 'er the Gun: Tyndall trainee reflects on WWII POW experience

    Numbers allow mankind to quantify existence, keep score and track time. Nowhere is a greater example of the mobilization of our entire human race tallied than the Second World War. Mothers and fathers entrusted the lives of 2.4 million of their children to the young Army Air Corps, which at the height of the war possessed 80,000 aircraft. Starting
  • Don’t let the Guard down

    Many Active Duty members may be considering separating and are not sure of their options. Here at Tyndall there are a number of alternate choices, including the Air National Guard.According to the ANG website, if a prior service member has honorably served, the Air Guard is proud to take them in and make them one of their own.Master Sgt. Topeka