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  • Train like you fight; realistic opponents make for capable pilots

    Projecting unrivaled combat airpower requires a lot of training in and out of the classroom. While both are equally important, some of the most valuable training a pilot can get is by strapping into the cockpit of their aircraft and going head-to-head with another pilot in another fighter. This is where the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company comes into play.
  • Martinez’s Mission: from dreams to reality

    Tyndall Air Force Base is home to many Airmen who enlisted in the pursuit of structure and stability. These are two life goals Airman 1st Class Yara Martinez had for her and her six-year-old son.
  • Creating a better life: a big sister’s mission

    Tyndall Air Force Base’s primary mission is to develop resourceful and resilient Airmen trained to project unrivaled combat airpower; however many of Tyndall’s Airmen joined the Air Force with these qualities already from their backgrounds. Airman 1st Class Hailey Magana is no exception.
  • "Robot dog" names grounded in Checkertail heritage

    The chosen names of Tyndall Air Force Base's four Quad-legged Unmanned Ground Vehicles, or "robot dogs" are grounded in the 325th Fighter Wing's proud Checkertail heritage - paying tribute to our legacy of excellence and innovation. Each dog is named after an operation the 325th flew in support of WWII.
  • Taming a Raptor; an F-22 crew chief’s mission

    The 325th Fighter Wing recently mobilized more than 250 personnel to Naval Air Station Key West, Florida, in July, to support the F-22 Formal Training Unit capstone where student pilots participate in dissimilar air combat training. Fourteen F-22 Raptors assigned to the 43d Fighter Squadron are flying for this training exercise. While the Raptor is a leading catalyst in the Air Force’s ability to provide decisive air dominance, tactical aircraft maintainers ensure the mission’s success.
  • 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.