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  • New CATM facility fires up

    Members across Tyndall Air Force Base's conducted a safety inspection on the new Combat Arms and Maintenance facility. The indoor range will allow Airmen to qualify for deployments and readiness training at Tyndall, without having to travel to another location.

  • Tyndall hosts inaugural ‘Emerge Team Tyndall’

    U.S. Airmen across Tyndall AFB recently participated in the Emerge Team Tyndall program, an initiative deigned to give younger hands-on experience and mission overviews from flights they would not normally be involved in.

  • 'If I can do it, you can do it'

    Every week, thousands of family members and friends show up to watch their loved ones graduate U.S. Air Force Basic Military Training. In July 2015, a proud father, along with his wife and youngest son, went to Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, to watch his eldest son graduate from BMT. But

  • Tyndall’s 2023 Luau Themed End of Summer Bash

    Team Tyndall’s 325th Force Support Squadron held a luau-themed annual end of summer bash on August 31, 2023, alongside the recent arrivals of the 95th Fighter Squadron’s first F-35A Lightning IIs.

  • No problemo for PEBLO

    The Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officers, or PEBLOs, are individuals who can provide much needed assistance to service members by helping navigate medical processes where a person’s ability to serve comes to an evaluation. Contrary to common belief, members are not automatically recommended

  • COMACC gets in-depth look at “Installation of the Future"

    Gen. Mark D. Kelly, commander of Air Combat Command, visited 325th Fighter Wing units at Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Bases, Jan. 24-25.During the visit, Team Tyndall displayed Installation of the Future initiatives while showcasing the resiliency of Team Tyndall during the rebuild and pandemic.

  • Tyndall AFB leads way in authorizing shorts on flight line

    Chief Master Sgt. Brent Salvadori, 325th Maintenance Group (MXG) superintendent, devised a way over the past 18 months to keep Airmen comfortable in the heat, without sacrificing mission accomplishment.The 325th MXG Airmen are officially approved to wear shorts on the flight line when the

  • Tyndall AFB & Bay County Renew 77 Year Partnership

    Members of the local community, including commanders, commissioners and mayors, attended the ceremony to witness the signing of the memorandum. The agreement brings together the Bay County and Tyndall Air Force for support in the wake of Hurricane Michael serving as a renewal of the 77 year