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  • 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.
  • Acting SecAF visits Installation of the Future

    Acting Secretary of the Air Force John P. Roth visited Tyndall Air Force Base May 10 to view the base’s rebuild progress firsthand and meet some of Tyndall’s combat-ready Airmen. Roth explored the “Installation of the Future'' with an introduction to the 325th Security Forces Squadron’s cutting-edge robotic dogs and a close-up look at the newest technologies Tyndall has to offer including plans for a digital twin virtual mapping program.
  • Partnering for the Children

    April is designated as the Month of the Military Child by the Department of Defense, highlighting children’s role in the military community.“MoMC embraces and honors the students within the schools who are military dependents,” said Stephanie Grout, Tyndall Air Force Base school liaison officer. “The individual [local] schools also celebrate
  • Building resiliency through support

    During this past year, U.S. Air Force service members and their families may have experienced changes in mood and behavior due to anxiety, loneliness, depression or other serious conditions. These changes can lead to many things like thoughts or acts of self-harm or even suicide. Thankfully, every Air Force installation offers multiple programs and support agencies in order to assist its people in getting the support and help they may need.
  • Tyndall AFB selected to host three F-35 squadrons

    A Record of Decision was issued by the U.S. Air Force, making Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, the official location to host three new squadrons of the F-35A Lightning II. Air Force officials selected Tyndall based on numerous attributes, including infrastructure capability, quality of life for Airmen, and airspace. The selection process included a thorough environmental impact analysis, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act.
  • Tyndall brings in the big dogs

    The first official semi-autonomous robot dogs were delivered to Tyndall on March 22 for integration into the 325th Security Forces Squadron.
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