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  • Tyndall celebrates Earth Day with year-round sustainability efforts

    As Tyndall Air Force Base continues to push toward a better tomorrow, sustainability, minimal waste and environmental awareness are high priorities. Due to Hurricane Michael, Tyndall suffered extreme wind damage to nearly 12 thousand acres of upland pine forest. This required a huge cleanup effort

  • 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.

  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers General visits Tyndall

    U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Scott A. Spellmon, Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, greets U.S. Air Force Col. Greg Moseley, 325th Fighter Wing commander, at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, March 2, 2021. Spellmon visited Tyndall to engage with leadership and gain a better understanding

  • In the shoes of an ammo troop

    A Tyndall Air Force Base Airman from the 325th Maintenance Squadron displayed his daily duties to the 325th Fighter Wing commander, here, July 17, 2019.As part of the Airman Shadow Program, U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Thomas Knight, 325th MXS stockpile surveillance crew chief, showcased part of

  • It ain’t musical chairs—It’s hot seats

    U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor pilots from the 43rd Fighter Squadron out of Tyndall Air Force Base swapped the ‘hot seat’ to increase sorties at Eglin AFB, Florida, July 2, 2019.‘Hot seats’, where a pilot gives control of the jet to another pilot, and ‘hot pits’, Pantograph Fueling Stations, gave the

  • 325th SFS MWD: Strengthened through adversity

    In October of 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base and the surrounding community were ravaged by a Category 5 hurricane. Anticipating the extreme danger and destruction awaiting the base, Tyndall personnel were evacuated and scattered across the southeast looking for safe haven. They waited for the storm to