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  • It won't go without TMO

    The movement of personnel, cargo and aircraft equipment across the globe is paramount to mission success at any base. At Tyndall, the 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron traffic management office is responsible for the transportation of these assets.

  • 325th CS operates on a different wavelength

    Moving from reactive to proactive, the 325th Communications Squadron spectrum management office recently implemented Cognitive Radio Frequency Systems across the base. CRFS is a spectrum monitoring system that instantly locates RF signals in real-time, 24/7. Assisting in preventing potential damages

  • NDI: finding cracks in the system

    Whether it’s a tiny crack unseen by the naked eye or a significant defect, non-destructive inspection specialists can identify and analyze damages in aircraft equipment and systems.

  • 148th FW participates in WSEP 24.04

    The 148th Fighter Wing, Minnesota Air National Guard, participated in the latest iteration of the Weapons System Evaluation Program, WSEP-East 24.04 at Tyndall Air Force Base, Jan. 16-19, 2024. WSEP is a joint program designed to evaluate air-to-air and air-to-ground live fire weapons employment for

  • 'If I can do it, you can do it'

    Every week, thousands of family members and friends show up to watch their loved ones graduate U.S. Air Force Basic Military Training. In July 2015, a proud father, along with his wife and youngest son, went to Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, to watch his eldest son graduate from BMT. But

  • Substance abuse prevention

    Substance abuse prevention is an integral part of ensuring mission readiness and the ADAPT program ran by the 325th OMRS Mental Health unit is made to help.

  • Airey NCOA welcomes new commandant

    Chief Master Sgt. Stephanie Patterson took responsibility of The Paul W. Airey Noncommissioned Officer Academy at Tyndall Air Force Base. She has a passion for enlisted professional military education and is prepared to lead instructors and students as they become leaders in the U.S. Air Force.

  • 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