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  • The building blocks of resiliency

    Members of Team Tyndall recently marked a new rebuild milestone with the opening of the Airmen Integrated Resilience Operations Center. Several helping agencies, including the Victims' Council, the Integrated Resiliency Office and the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response team, officially moved

  • Global Strike Command wins CE Readiness Challenge X

    A team of Air Force Global Strike Command civil engineers hoisted the Readiness Challenge X winner’s trophy April 26 after a grueling six-day competition that tested 12 teams in more than 25 engineering skills ranging from firefighting to runway repair.

  • Women civil engineers making history with the Tyndall rebuild

    When Category 5 Hurricane Michael struck Tyndall Air Force Base in 2018, it destroyed more than half of the facilities across the installation. Knowing the importance of Tyndall’s mission and its geographical location, the decision was made to rebuild, and through the rubble, the installation of the

  • The 325th MXS complex goes vertical

    As Tyndall Air Force Base's fleet of F-35A Lightning IIs continues to grow, construction in Zone 1 is well underway.Zone 1 is slated consist of 12 newly constructed facilities upon completion. Zone 1 facilities directly support Tyndall's mission in projecting unrivaled combat airpower by not only

  • Crucial rebuild supplies delivered via barge

    The 325th Fighter Wing received construction materials via barge to aid in the ongoing rebuild efforts taking place at Tyndall Air Force Base. The barge carrying construction materials arrived at the base’s port on Jan. 6.

  • Tyndall ROCs and rolls with future flight line construction rehearsal

    With the largest rebuild in Air Force history well underway, the 325th Fighter Wing along with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center are taking all necessary steps to ensure the nearly $5 billion project goes according

  • New dormitory complex headed for Tyndall

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded a $145.4 million contract for a new dormitory project under the Air Force Civil Engineer Center’s natural disaster recovery program. The new dorms project is the ninth military construction project awarded for the