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  • March is Red Cross Month

    Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross on May 21, 1881, and since then the Red Cross has worked to serve people in need. President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared the month of March as Red Cross month in 1943, and each succeeding president has continued that tradition.
  • Tyndall leadership update Airmen and their families at rebuild town hall

    Air Force leaders from the 325th Fighter Wing and the Tyndall Program Management Office shared their vision of the “Installation of the Future” with Airmen, their families and base personnel at a standing room only town hall meeting Thursday.
  • Entomology keeps TAFB clear of pests

    Everywhere has critters and crawlers that go bump in the night, and Tyndall Air Force Base is no exception. Whether it be ants, roaches, spiders, snakes, rodents, bats, snakes or even the occasional alligator on the flight-line, the base Entomology office is here to help.
  • 325th SFS MWD: Strengthened through adversity

    In October of 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base and the surrounding community were ravaged by a Category 5 hurricane. Anticipating the extreme danger and destruction awaiting the base, Tyndall personnel were evacuated and scattered across the southeast looking for safe haven. They waited for the storm to pass, not knowing what they would return to, or if they’d be able to return at all.
  • Tyndall Rebuilding Update

    Col. Brian Laidlaw, 325th Fighter Wing commander, and Brig. Gen. Patrice Melancon, Tyndall Program Management Office executive director, discuss how Tyndall Air Force Base will use supplemental funds from Congress to rebuild the base after Hurricane Michael.
  • Employees save $75million in assets, receive 46 civilian achievement medals

    Within mere days of the Category 5 hurricane that hit Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, employees from the 325th Training Support Squadron rushed from their hunkered down shelters and evacuation points to assess and mitigate damage to more than $75 million in assets while taking care of their own homes and communities.
  • Tyndall AFB stands up Air Traffic Control Tower

    Tyndall Air Force Base has stood up the base Air Traffic Control tower for the first time since Hurricane Michael damaged the facility in October 2018. Airmen have been working from a temporary facility since the storm, but have now moved into an updated facility where they will be able to serve the air traffic needs of the base at full capacity.
  • Tyndall AFB Industry Day #2

    Industry Day #2 is a collaborative effort where senior military and business leaders come together to discuss the future of Tyndall Air Force Base in the wake of the damage caused by Hurricane Michael in October 2018. The event featured presentations by Air Force leaders and a question and answer panel between Air Force members and industry
  • Airey NCOA moves to Maxwell awaiting Tyndall reconstruction

    In late 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base sustained severe damage from Hurricane Michael, affecting nearly every building and mission on the installation. Among those impacted by the storm, the Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy faced the loss of their learning environment.
  • Leaders discuss Tyndall rebuild at second Industry Day

    PANAMA CITY, Fla. – The Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy reaffirmed the Air Force’s commitment to rebuild Tyndall Air Force Base during a symposium with industry representatives May 2 at Florida State University-Panama City.John Henderson told the more than 500 attendees that despite the absence of
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