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  • Checkered Flag: All Gas, No Brakes

    Team Tyndall is still going strong during #CheckeredFlag 22-2 and the 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron’s petroleum, oil, and lubricants Airmen are all gas, no breaks.

  • Team Tyndall ramps up for aircraft exercises

    Checkered Flag is a large-force aerial exercise held at Tyndall which fosters readiness and interoperability through the incorporation of 4th- and 5th-generation aircraft during air-to-air combat training. The 22-2 iteration of the exercise was held May 9-20, 2022.The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s

  • Munitions Squadron readies live missiles for WSEP 22.08

    A U.S. Air Force AIM-9X Sidewinder missile rests on a trailer at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, May 5, 2022. The 325th Munitions Squadron prepared the missiles for the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group’s Weapons System Evaluation Program-East 22.08. WSEPs are formal, two-week evaluation exercises

  • 325th LRS: Supporting Checkered Flag

    Fourth- and fifth-generation aircraft aren’t the only modes of transportation that need preparation for a large-scale event like Checkered Flag 22-1. The 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance flight ensures that all essential vehicles are present and serviceable during this busy

  • Tyndall’s Checkered Flag; promoting air dominance

    The skies over Bay and Gulf Counties are busy as personnel and aircraft from across the country have come to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, for Checkered Flag 22-1 which runs Nov. 8 through Nov. 19, 2021. Checkered Flag is one of the Department of Defense’s largest air-to-air exercises,

  • Checkered Flag 21-2 Aerial Refueling

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael Sage, 328th Aerial Refueling Squadron boom operator, provides fuel to a QF-16 assigned to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, over the Gulf of Mexico during Checkered Flag 21-2, May 12, 2021. Held twice per fiscal year, the exercise directly supported the Air Combat

  • Tyndall to host more than 70 aircraft at Checkered Flag Exercise

    Checkered Flag, one of the largest air-to-air exercises in the Department of Defense, kicked off today at Tyndall AFB and will run through May 21. Checkered Flag is a large-scale aerial exercise designed to integrate fourth and fifth-generation airframes to enhance mobility, deployment, & employment

  • Maintaining the Air Force's most essential weapons system; the airfield

    The flight line can be a very busy place between aircraft, vehicles, equipment and Airmen. Traffic is a constant, which leaves the important responsibility of maintaining this active environment to the 325th Operations Support Squadron airfield management section.Airfield management is out on the