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  • Tyndall Launches Checkered Flag Exercise 19-1

    Airmen and aircrew from across the Air Force launched exercise Checkered Flag on Tyndall AFB, Florida on May 6, 2019. Checkered Flag is a large-scale aerial exercise designed to integrate various aircraft to enhance the mobility, deployment, and employment capabilities of U.S. Air Force members. During the two week exercise, units are evaluated on
  • Tyndall AFB Industry Day #2

    Industry Day #2 is a collaborative effort where senior military and business leaders come together to discuss the future of Tyndall Air Force Base in the wake of the damage caused by Hurricane Michael in October 2018. The event featured presentations by Air Force leaders and a question and answer panel between Air Force members and industry
  • Bringing comfort back to our Airmen

    The 325th Civil Engineer Squadron will open up Phase 1 of new temporary dorms for permanent party personnel at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.
  • 325th Medical Group resumes crucial aircrew training at Tyndall AFB

    Tyndall's Aerospace Physiology program is resuming critical training for pilots on Tyndall Air Force Base. For the first time since Hurricane Michael, the 325th Medical Group has stood up the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device (ROBD), allowing aircrew to recognize symptoms of hypoxia.This training allows each student to experience their own unique
  • Military working dogs assist in Tyndall recovery efforts

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Matthew Gluyas, 99th Security Forces Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., military working dog handler, and Alfi, 99th SFS military working dog, are on temporary duty assignment at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Gluyas and Alfi are supporting the recovery efforts due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael, a category 4 hurricane that made landfall over the installation Oct. 10, 2018.
  • Tyndall to host first Industry Day in rebuild effort

    The Air Force will host the first industry day for the Tyndall Air Force Base rebuild at Florida State University, Panama City, Florida, on January 31, 2019, from 8:00 am-12:00 pm. This “state of the installation” presentation will inform the Air Force’s potential partners in industry and elected officials of the condition of Tyndall and the goal to develop an installation for a 21st Century Air Force.
  • Air Force begins work on Tyndall AFB rebuild with PMO

    Following Hurricane Michael, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center and its partners established a program management office at Tyndall to lead redevelopment and reconstruction efforts.
  • AFCEC opens doors after Hurricane Michael

    Air Force Civil Engineer Center members returned to work at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, last week after two months away following Hurricane Michael.
  • QF-16 delivered to Hurricane ravaged Tyndall AFB

    The recent delivery of a QF-16 from Boeing to the 82nd Aerial Target Squadron marks an important milestone on the road to Tyndall AFB’s recovery. The QF-16 enables live fire weapons testing in the Joint Gulf Range Complex, which is made up of 180,000 square miles that stretches from Key West to northwest Florida, and allows for joint test and training exercises
  • Flood of support

    Airmen from the 49th Wing and 635th Materiel Maintenance Group, at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M, assisted with airlift efforts in response to the devastation of Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., by Hurricane Michael starting October 12.“Our team has dedicated over 7,000 man-hours defining the requirement, preparing the equipment for deployment and
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