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  • From one mission to the next; installation and Airmen evolve

    “… Runway 14R, wind 140 at 10, you are cleared to land,” 14-year-old Jacob Ritchie sat quietly at the window of his room in a nearby hotel overlooking the local airfield. The voices of distant air traffic controllers crackled over the radio directing pilots into the Manchester-Boston Regional

  • Long awaited F-35 aircraft touch down at Tyndall

    As the Air Force continues to evolve by modernizing its capabilities and maintaining air superiority in an ever-changing global security landscape, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida has officially transitioned from an air dominance training mission to a fully combat capable F-35A Lightning II fighter

  • A Raptor in Hill Country

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- An F-22 Raptor previously assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing was loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy and taken from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, to the Hill Aerospace Museum located at Hill AFB, Utah, after being retired earlier this years.

  • Spooky season: No challenge for RED HORSE

    The 801st Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer Training Squadron hosts an extensive haunted trail, open to both Team Tyndall and the local area each year. This year’s haunted trail will be held from Oct. 28-29 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Silver Flag exercise site

  • Accelerate, Relax, Thrive!

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla.-- Tyndall Air Force Base opened a designated building for Airmen across the installation to go relax during their time off, Sept. 16, 2022. The 404 Commons, also called the Airmen Commons, is now available for members to go and decompress.

  • What Makes a “Future Base”

    With the intent of continuing the mission, building resiliency and staying on the cutting edge of innovation, the U.S. Air Force made the decision to transform Tyndall Air Force Base into the “Installation of the Future” in late 2018. This would mean that while recovering from Hurricane Michael’s

  • Maj. Christie; delivering unrivaled services and support

    Over the past few years, the 325th Fighter Wing has experienced change like no other; between an extensive rebuild, fostering new aviation objectives and continuing to maintain original missions, adaptation is key.With a new commander and an “Installation of the Future” to serve, the 325th Force

  • Cross Utilization Training and the 43d FGS

    Accelerating change and encouraging innovation are some of the most important doctrines a military can pursue when preparing for 21st century warfare. The Cross Utilization Training program is one of many efforts put forth by the U.S. Air Force to build a force of multi-capable Airmen. The CUT

  • Maj. Lowe; hooked on Security Forces

    The United States Air Force is comprised of Airmen from all around the world and all walks of life. One particular Airman at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, is no exception.For Maj. Matthew Lowe, the 325th Security Forces Squadron’s new commander, his military journey began with a four year