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  • Motorcycle safety: promoting a safe riding culture

    As spring rolls into full bloom, Airmen are encouraged to enjoy every outdoor activity that Florida has to offer, including perfect motorcycle riding weather. There are, however, specific safety regulations and precautions Tyndall’s Airmen need to be aware of before hitting the road.
  • Checkertail Airmen’s excellence, resiliency focus of CMSAF visit

    Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass visited Tyndall, March 29, to learn more about the Airman behind Tyndall’s air dominance mission and its ongoing rebuild.
  • Tyndall civilian awarded for the job he loves

    A Tyndall member recently won the Air Force level Civilian Emergency Manager of the Year award for his excellence and professionalism in performing his duties.
  • Tyndall partners with Bay County Sheriff’s Office on driving course

    Airmen with the 325th Security Forces Squadron and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 223 participated in an Emergency Vehicle Operations Course at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Dec. 17, 2020. The course, held in conjunction with the Bay County Sheriff’s Office, is one of five partnerships between Tyndall and Bay County.
  • The eyes in the skies

    Executing successful live missile testing during a Weapon System Evaluation Program requires the participation of several different squadrons, two of which are the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron and the 81st Air Control Squadron.
  • Fueling freedom

    Every specialty in the Air Force has an important role in achieving air dominance and superiority. The 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Tyndall is no different, providing clean and efficient fuel for flying missions.
  • 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 airfield every day to ensure a successful mission, especially during large scale exercises like the recent Checkered Flag 21-1 in early November, where over 50 different aircraft from seven different units utilized Tyndall’s airfield.
  • Checkered Flag 21-1: training the most lethal combat force on earth

    Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, hosted one of the Department of Defense’s largest air-to-air combat exercises, Checkered Flag 21-1, which spanned from Nov. 2-9, 2020. This large-force exercise is designed to integrate fourth and fifth-generation fighter jets and ground personnel.
  • Fire prevention at Tyndall is a hot topic

    Things are heating up as the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron held several events to raise awareness during Fire Prevention Week here, Oct. 4-10, 2020.
  • ACC Commander visits Tyndall

    A good way to comprehend the resiliency of Tyndall is to get a bird’s eye view of where the Airmen here have been and where they are taking the installation into the future. Piloting an F-15E Strike Eagle, Gen. Mark Kelly, commander of Air Combat Command landed at Tyndall for a visit, Sept. 28-29, 2020.
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