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  • Airmen taking care of Airmen through Air Force charities

    There are many opportunities to help others in the Air Force, but sometimes an Airman can use a little help. For that reason, the Air Force has programs like the Air Force Aid Society, the Air Force Villages Indigent Widows' Fund, the Air Force Enlisted Village Indigent Widows' Fund and the General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation to assist
  • Tyndall veteran recognizes hero

    Sitting in a lawn chair, a man looks up as he hears the thunderous roar approaching. His face is lined with years of experience and his eyes are deep wells filled with memories of the past, but as the roar approaches his eyes glint. Suddenly three F-22 Raptors zoom overhead and vanish into the skyline as quickly as they approached. "They sure have
  • Spouse becomes Tyndall’s newest ‘idol’

    "Guess what I did? I entered you to compete in Tyndall Idol today," said Capt. Henry Hamilton, 325th Air Control Squadron flight commander, to his wife, Gina, a few days before the first night of the competition. Who would have known that a few weeks later, on Feb. 9, Gina Hamilton would sing against five others on the final night of competition to
  • Historians help Air Force remember where it came from, shape where it is going

    The saying goes, "If you want to know where you are going, then look where you came from." Perhaps that is why Air Force bases across the globe keep an archive of their past. In order to keep an extensive, detailed archive of its history, the Air Force has individuals dedicated to preserving the service's heritage. Air Force historians are at wing,
  • Air Force recruiter aims high to assist local recruits

    Those interested in joining the Air Force in the Panama City area have a new recruiter to turn to, who is committed to setting them up for success. In October 2006, Staff Sgt. Aaron Brown, Air Force recruiter, ventured into his first recruiting position at the Air Force Recruiting office in Panama City, Fla. Prior to becoming a recruiter, Sergeant
  • Tigers winning streak snapped at Moody

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team saw their six-game winning streak end by host Moody Flying Tigers as they lost both games in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference regular season action last weekend. Saturday, Moody surpassed Tyndall, 61-53. In Saturday's game, the Tigers suffered from cold shooting throughout the first half of
  • Tigers Sweep Bandits

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team won both of their games versus the host Bandits of Ft. Benning, Ga., in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference, regular season action this past weekend. Saturday, Tyndall defeated Ft. Benning, 78-71. The Tigers fell behind early as Ft. Benning enjoyed a 7 point lead, 25-18, with ten minutes
  • Colts, Bears face off in “The Big One”

    Super Bowl Sunday is finally here! It is a classic showdown between two teams who were around before the merger in 1966. These teams aren't new expansion franchises, they live and breathe football. Also, it presents the classic match-up of a high-powered Colts offense against a conservative ball control offense and a tough Bears defense. So as the
  • ALS strengthens supervisors, refines communication skills

    Good communication skills are something supervisors need to help support the Air Force, its mission and the Airmen. The Airman Leadership School focuses on improving communication skills for the Airmen training for supervisory roles. "Without good supervisors, the mission can't be accomplished," said Staff Sgt. Latoya Jones-Sanders, ALS instructor.
  • Tigers stymie Hurricanes

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team won both of its games versus the visiting Hurricanes of Naval Station Mayport, Fla., in Southeastern Military Athletic Conference, regular season action this past weekend to conclude the home portion of their schedule. In Saturday's action, Tyndall outscored Mayport, 95-69. Tyndall held a five-point
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