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  • Renovations underway at Tyndall’s dining facility

    Renovations are currently underway at Tyndall’s Berg-Liles Dining Facility to modernize structures and systems. The $9.8 million renovation project began in May 2020 and includes upgrades to the infrastructure and mechanical aspects of the building.
  • Finance hits end of year fiscal closeout; $160 million

    From left, U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Lyssa Gschwind and A1C Gage Proctor, 325th Comptroller Squadron financial analysts, participate in executing the end of fiscal year closeout at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Sept. 30, 2021. CPTS worked extended hours to ensure the EOY closeout properly allocated and approved funds across Tyndall, which
  • The future of Tyndall’s lodging facilities

    The 325th Force Support Squadron was recently notified that the request to update Tyndall’s military lodging and guest facilities was approved. The project, awarded to B.L. Harbert International by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District, will take place over the next few years with an estimated completion date of 2024.
  • 33rd Annual POW/MIA Vigil

    From left, U.S. Air Force Capt. Tuan Truong, First Air Force (Air Forces Northern) intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance strategy and plans officer, Airman 1st Class Dequan Weather, 81st Air Control Squadron interface control technician, and Master Sgt. Antawn Knight, 325th Comptroller Squadron budget analyst, pass ceremonial batons from one
  • WSEP East 21.12 comes to Tyndall

    From left, U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Madison Andrews, Staff Sgt. Theodore Reyes and Airman 1st Class Justin Clifton, 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons loaders, assigned to Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, load a live AIM-9M missile onto an F-22 Raptor during a Weapons System Evaluation Program at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Sept.
  • Outdoor Rec sustains Airmen morale, readiness

    The 325th Force Support Squadron outdoor recreation office is open and offering plenty of activities for Airmen and their families despite the current COVID-19 Health Protection Condition level. Recent changes have been instituted to help protect the health and safety of Team Tyndall, however, ODR offers a wide range of fun activities and equipment available for rent often at prices lower than equipment found off base.
  • Integrated Defense keeps Tyndall secure

    August may be recognized as Antiterrorism Awareness Month, but the military is aware all the time. The installation commander has the ultimate authority and responsibility when it comes to antiterrorism and force protection. The 325th Security Forces Squadron, tasked in leading initiatives and directives to meet the commander’s intent, develops the Installation Integrated Defense Plan and the Wing Antiterrorism Plan.
  • Health Protection CHARLIE, Fitness Center; what you need to know

    Concerns caused by an increase in COVID-19 cases on base and in the local area led Tyndall Air Force Base officials to implement Health Protection Condition CHARLIE on Aug. 3, to help mitigate exposure while also continuing Team Tyndall’s mission. The Tyndall Fitness Center activated a few changes to accommodate the move to CHARLIE while still being able to allow members access to the gym.
  • Family traditions: from first re-enlistment to the last

    It is often said, “When you join the Air Force, you join a family.” This saying hit close to home for Chief Master Sgt. Kati Grabham, 325th Fighter Wing command chief, as she stated the oath of enlistment for the last time led by her son, 2nd Lt. Cory Garcia.
  • A1C Perez adds positivity, perspective

    Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month takes place every year in May and showcases the service and sacrifice of generations of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians of AAPIs throughout U.S. military history.
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