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  • Staying smart and safe during spring break

    As the weather warms and the sunny days become more frequent, it becomes clear that spring is fast approaching. Nearby, Panama City Beach and Panama City become spring break destinations for many young people across the nation.
  • Tyndall March 2018 promotions

    Congratulations to all of Tyndall’s newest enlisted promotees.
  • Tyndall welcomes 325th CS Mission Defense Team

    The Air Force announced the Cyber Squadron Initiative in May 2017. Following suit, the 325th Communications Squadron launched its own pathfinder unit in late 2017 and is now the first operational Mission Defense Team in the Air Force.
  • Bay County Commissioner familiarization flight

    A familiarization flight was offered to District 2 Bay County Commissioner Robert Carroll in an effort to bolster the county’s understanding of Tyndall and its mission. Carroll is part of a five-member governing board elected at-large to represent the citizens of Bay County.
  • All-in at Casino Night

    Check, fold and hit are just a few words attendees will be uttering while around the tables at Tyndall’s Casino Night. The 325th Force Support Squadron Marketing Office is slated to host Casino Night at Horizons Community Center Feb. 9 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Force Development Center FREE testing event

    The Tyndall Education office is slated to host a free testing event for military members Feb. 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Force Development Center. The event will allow Airmen to complete as many College Level Examination Program tests and Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support Subject Standardized Tests as they can during the allotted time.
  • Gen. Lori Robinson visits Tyndall

    Gen. Lori Robinson, NORAD and USNORTHERN Command commander, is greeted by Tyndall Air Force Base leadership from both the 325th Fighter Wing and 1st Air Force on the Tyndall flightline Jan. 17,2018. During her visit, she spoke to Airmen at the 337th Air Control Squadron. Robinson began her United States Air Force career, spanning 35 years, as a graduate of Tyndall's Air Battle Manager School.
  • Maintenance Airman shadowed by commander

    A maintenance professional from the Air Force Reserve Command’s 44th Maintenance Squadron showcased his daily duties to the 325th Fighter Wing commander in early November 2017, as part of the Airman Shadow Program. Senior Airman Gerald Austin, 44th MXS aircraft maintenance journeyman, known also as a crew chief, was chosen by 44th Fighter Group leadership to show Col. Michael Hernandez the responsibilities associated with being an F-22 Raptor crew chief. Hernandez visited the maintenance squadron prior to accompanying Austin to the flightline for an F-22 Raptor pre-flight inspection.
  • 82nd ATRS clears the way

    Watching fighter aircraft zoom across the sky often conjures thoughts of strength, air superiority and sheer supremacy. For others, images of pilots, maintainers and the flightline provide that source of inspiration. What many may not realize is the importance of what happens behind-the-scenes and beneath those flying fighter jets.
  • Team Tyndall member receives 40-year pin

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Brian Stahl, 325th Training Support Squadron commander, presents Skip Sanders, 325th TRSS air combat maneuvering instrumentation functional director, an award during a recognition ceremony at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Aug. 17, 2017. The award is to recognize Sanders for reaching 40 years of service in support of the U.S.