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  • Bringing comfort back to our Airmen

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron will open up Phase 1 of new temporary dorms for permanent party personnel at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.

  • Flightline DFAC refuels Airmen

    The words “Raptor Quick Turn” sit affixed to the wall in the flightline dining facility at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., April 17, 2018. The Raptor Quick Turn serves as a dining option for Airmen on the flightline allowing them to obtain sustenance closer to their work centers. (U.S. Air Force photo

  • Tyndall participates in 2018 Month of the Military Child

    When someone raises their right hand and swears the oath of enlistment, they are understanding that sacrifices will be made while in the military. Those who often pay the biggest price, however, are the children of those service members.

  • Promotional Health section ensures healthy living

    The health and wellness of Airmen has been paramount throughout the history of the Air Force and the success of its mission. Tyndall is dedicated to taking care of the physical and nutritional needs of Airmen and their families.

  • Developing the force through education

    The Air Force relies on Airmen as the driving force behind providing responsive and effective Global Vigilance, Global Reach, and Global Power. Successfully doing so is made possible by having a highly specialized and competent workforce through training, education, and leadership experiences.

  • All-in at Casino Night

    Check, fold and hit are just a few words attendees will be uttering while around the tables at Tyndall’s Casino Night.The 325th Force Support Squadron Marketing Office is slated to host Casino Night at Horizons Community Center Feb. 9 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

  • Force Development Center FREE testing event

    The Tyndall Education office is slated to host a free testing event for military members Feb. 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Force Development Center. The event will allow Airmen to complete as many College Level Examination Program tests and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support

  • Tyndall welcomes new librarian

    The base library recently welcomed their newest technician to Team Tyndall. Emily Copeland, 325th Force Support Squadron librarian, whose very first job was as a bookshelver, says she has come “full circle.”