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  • The 43d Fighter Squadron's final sting

    Since 2002, the 43d Fighter Squadron has been training and preparing F-22 Raptor pilots for global air dominance. Amidst the 325th Fighter Wing’s mission transition from training to warfighting, the F-22 B-Course began moving to Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, making the eight student pilots of

  • Tyndall AFB holds first Commander's Call

    Col. George Watkins addressed 325th Fighter Wing personnel during commander’s calls held at Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Base. The command team briefed installation Airmen on the wing’s mission of building upon the unit’s legacy while projecting unrivaled combat airpower and providing combat air

  • POL brings a new way to pay

    Tyndall’s petroleum, oils and lubricants flight is among the first of more than 600 Department of Defense facilities set to transition to a new Electronic Point of Sale Device (EPOSD) for fuels distribution.

  • Tyndall holds first-ever EALS-C training

    Tyndall held its first-ever Mission Essential Equipment Training course on the new Expeditionary Airfield Lighting System Jan. 27. The 801st RED HORSE Training Squadron operates one of three Silver Flag locations across the Department of Defense lighting the way for new war-fighting capabilities by

  • WSEP EAST-23.04 at Tyndall

    U.S. Navy Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 34, Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia, participated in Weapons System Evaluation Program East-23.04. WSEPs are formal, two-week evaluation exercises designed to test a squadron’s capabilities to conduct live-fire weapons systems during air-to-air combat

  • TAFB brings holiday cheer

    Members of the Tyndall First Sergeant Council wrapped holiday gifts as part of Operation Warm Heart, a non-profit charitable organization that supports Airmen and their families during the holiday season

  • No problemo for PEBLO

    The Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officers, or PEBLOs, are individuals who can provide much needed assistance to service members by helping navigate medical processes where a person’s ability to serve comes to an evaluation. Contrary to common belief, members are not automatically recommended

  • Alright stop, collaborate and listen

    A force support squadron can be viewed as a jack of all trades, but occasionally a problem comes along that requires a little help solving. In the case of the 325th Force Support Squadron, the 325th Communications Squadron stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the park.