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  • 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

  • Hispanic Heritage Month; TSgt Jose Velazquez

    Each year, Tyndall Air Force Base observes National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The 325th Fighter Wing celebrates each and every Airman’s history, culture and contributions to the U.S. Air Force. Bringing awareness to the fact that everyone comes from a different background is

  • First Term Airman Course; paving the way

    First Term Airman Course is designed to inform new Airmen and help them navigate the start of their careers after they arrive at their first duty station.Tyndall’s FTAC has a dedicated staff intent on offering the best curriculum possible to help pave the way to success for new Airmen as they

  • 325th OSS conducts inter-flight training

    The 325th Operations Support Squadron conducted inter-flight training to train air traffic controllers and airfield managers on some of the respective duties and tasks in their respective career fields. The training is meant to expand the Airmen’s knowledge beyond their main career field to broaden

  • CATM; “we train in peace to prepare for war”

    U.S. Airmen have a mission to fly, fight and win. In order to do this, each Airman from every career field must maintain a high level of proficiency in their daily skillset and their ability to protect and defend their country. The 325th Security Forces Squadron is charged with the essential task of

  • Tyndall Librarians series: Patti Cantrell

    Patti Cantrell, 325th Force Support Squadron library aide, found her calling working at the Tyndall Library completely by accident when she volunteered her time in 2017. She did not anticipate she would develop a passion for library science.

  • Training with the F-22 Raptor: Here comes the boom

    Tyndall’s mission to train the world’s only F-22 Raptor pilots continued over the Eastern Gulf of Mexico, Aug. 15-18, 2022, as student pilots completed night time aerial refueling drills with the 70th Air Refueling Squadron, assigned to Travis Air Force Base, California.

  • Tyndall Librarians series: Aly Mallets

    Not everyone is suited for life at a library but for Aly Mallets, 325th Force Support Squadron library aide, it’s the ideal environment. Mallets’ creative spirit pours into her work at the Tyndall Library, giving back to Team Tyndall members.

  • Tyndall Librarians series: Emily Copeland

    Team Tyndall’s library offers all types of different genres to help Airmen and families to immerse themselves in reading, with Emily Copeland leading the way.In October 2017, Copeland was hired at the Tyndall Library and she found she enjoyed the challenge.