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  • Bears quiet doubters, Colts end Manning curse

    This season hasn't ceased to amaze me. All year there have been great games and many upsets and the Conference Championship games kept this trend. Let's jump into the first game this past weekend, which featured New Orleans at Chicago in a match up of a high-flying offense versus a tough defense. Speaking of defense, how can you lose a game 39-14
  • Boy becomes ace “pilot” in 95th FS program

    A 10-year-old boy, with round cheeks and pale blonde hair, timidly walks through the front doors of the 95th Fighter Squadron. He's accompanied by his little sister, mom and two friends. His shyness quickly turns to awe as he notices a board with the words "Welcome Pilot for a Day Matthew McLean." "That's my name!" he exclaimed. Matthew was
  • Airmen volunteer, become part of the pack

    As an Airman at Tyndall, there are many different volunteer opportunities to help out the community. One of those opportunities is the Seacrest Wolf Preserve. The preserve is the only wolf preserve in the southeastern U.S. and is located near Chipley, Fla. At Seacrest Wolf Preserve, volunteers can aid in rescuing wolves from poaching and
  • Leaving the military could mean an open classroom door

    Juggling a variety of tasks, leadership and education are all military experiences that could take an Airman from the base to the classroom after serving. Troops to Teachers is a government program that helps former military members become public school teachers where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. Recently, the program
  • Tigers Sweep Falcons

    The Tyndall Tigers men's varsity basketball team travelled to MacDill AFB, Fla., this past weekend and came away with two critical victories over the Falcons as they continued their quest for a fifth consecutive Southeastern Military Athletic Conference regular season championship. Tyndall defeated MacDill 69-46 in the first game over the weekend.
  • Prog goes ‘wild’ over playoff’s unexpected endings

    Surprise, surprise! After a very probable Wild Card Round of playoffs, the Divisional Round threw a monkey wrench into everyone's expectations. The weekend kicked off with Indianapolis visiting Baltimore, a game where many thought Baltimore would dominate a reportedly soft Indianapolis team. Instead the Colts came out and beat the Ravens at their
  • Air Force hero illustrates the importance of enlisted force

    Holding the honorable title of first Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force was the greatest thing to happen in Paul Airey's life. Second was having the NCO Academy here named after him. Because of his background, Air Force officials asked him to provide a comment about the enlisted force that would be etched forever on the walls of the new Air
  • Persistence, recycling reaps large rewards for AF, environment

    Money doesn't grow on trees, but sometimes you can find it in a trash can. Imagine finding more than $100,000 yearly in your bin. With some imagination and persistence, Ron Hull, 325th Maintenance Group environmental coordinator, turned otherwise hazardous waste into cash for the Air Force. Materials used in the F-22 Raptor low observable coatings
  • ABM students learn control at MU-2 speed

    Fighter pilots routinely execute tactical maneuvers against adversary aircraft at close range while flying at speeds greater than five hundred miles per hour. And while conducting tactical intercept missions, fighters easily reach supersonic speeds. Mastering the technical skills needed to manage, deconflict and effectively communicate with fighter
  • Team Tyndall prepares for ESOHCAMP inspection

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental flight is taking the lead on preparing Tyndall for an Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program inspection to be performed Jan. 22 - 26. The ESOHCAMP inspection team will be reviewing Tyndall's environmental, safety and occupational health programs to