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  • The building blocks of resiliency

    Members of Team Tyndall recently marked a new rebuild milestone with the opening of the Airmen Integrated Resilience Operations Center. Several helping agencies, including the Victims' Council, the Integrated Resiliency Office and the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team, officially moved

  • 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.

  • Tyndall Connect: Building relationships

    Tyndall Connect is a new program focused on bringing together individuals from across the installation with similar interests and hobbies. With helping build resilient Airmen as a priority, the Tyndall Connect program aims to host Connect Expos biannually. There, all active duty, reserve, guard

  • Crucial rebuild supplies delivered via barge

    The 325th Fighter Wing received construction materials via barge to aid in the ongoing rebuild efforts taking place at Tyndall Air Force Base. The barge carrying construction materials arrived at the base’s port on Jan. 6.

  • Tyndall Rebuild makes ABM history

    The 337th Air Control Squadron, call sign "The Doghouse" is looking forward to the completion of its new training facility, a 30,000 square foot building equipped with everything the next generation of air battle managers need.

  • Tyndall breaks ground on flight line facilities for F-35A mission

    A groundbreaking ceremony for the single largest military construction contract on record in the Air Force database was held here, Sept. 13, 2022, as Tyndall began construction on flight line facilities to directly support the F-35A Lightning II aircraft and personnel that will call the base home

  • Tyndall ROCs and rolls with future flight line construction rehearsal

    With the largest rebuild in Air Force history well underway, the 325th Fighter Wing along with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center are taking all necessary steps to ensure the nearly $5 billion project goes according