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  • PTSD: A Tyndall Airman's Story

    Lenhardt, 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs noncommissioned officer in charge of media operations at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, had never experienced combat but his job as a military photographer and journalist tasked him with documenting several fatal incidents within his 14 years of service.

  • First sergeant’s journey comes full circle at Tyndall

    Master Sgt. Michael Jones, 325th Operations Support Squadron first sergeant, couldn’t anticipate the surprises his career would have in store for him when he enlisted in 2007 to be a crew chief on heavy aircraft. Many years later in 2021, at Tyndall Air Force Base, Jones was introduced to Senior

  • 2022 hurricane season; what Tyndall is doing to prepare

    Team Tyndall has an integrated, multi-level approach when it comes to hurricane preparedness led by the 325th Fighter Wing plans and programs office and the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management flight.The installation is conducting a comprehensive evaluation of policies and procedures

  • Tyndall honors National Police Week

    National Police Week was hosted by the 325th Security Forces Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, May 9-13, 2022, to honor and remember law enforcement officers who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty as well as support those currently serving.

  • Team Tyndall ramps up for aircraft exercises

    Checkered Flag is a large-force aerial exercise held at Tyndall which fosters readiness and interoperability through the incorporation of 4th- and 5th-generation aircraft during air-to-air combat training. The 22-2 iteration of the exercise was held May 9-20, 2022.The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s

  • Munitions Squadron readies live missiles for WSEP 22.08

    A U.S. Air Force AIM-9X Sidewinder missile rests on a trailer at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, May 5, 2022. The 325th Munitions Squadron prepared the missiles for the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s Weapons System Evaluation Program-East 22.08. WSEPs are formal, two-week evaluation exercises

  • Surviving Hurricane Michael in building 909

    Two members of the Ride-Out Element reflect on the Hurricane Michael's landfall over Tyndall as the base Emergency Operations Center, in which they sheltered, is demolished.

  • 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.

  • A journey from basketball to air power

    While all Airmen wear the same uniform, each Airman has their own unique story that brought them to the service. Maj. Andrew Fingall, 325th Comptroller Squadron commander, has had a captivating journey of his own filled with basketball, family, and pure chance.

  • 325th LRS: Supporting Checkered Flag

    Fourth- and fifth-generation aircraft aren’t the only modes of transportation that need preparation for a large-scale event like Checkered Flag 22-1. The 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance flight ensures that all essential vehicles are present and serviceable during this busy