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  • Zero Eyes; helping 325th SFS detect, deter potential firearm threats

    The 325th Security Forces Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base is leading the way in advancing technology and innovation by serving as the first unit to test revolutional, preemptive base security measures.The squadron is partnering with Zero Eyes, an artificial intelligence, software-based system,

  • Security forces, local law enforcement partner for police pursuit training

    The 325th Security Forces Squadron partnered with the Bay County Sheriff’s Office and Stock Enterprises LLC to conduct police pursuit training utilizing a grappler system at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Dec. 21, 2021.The grappler system is a new piece of equipment Defenders use to assist in

  • Integrated Defense keeps Tyndall secure

    August may be recognized as Antiterrorism Awareness Month, but the military is aware all the time.The installation commander has the ultimate authority and responsibility when it comes to antiterrorism and force protection. The 325th Security Forces Squadron, tasked in leading initiatives and

  • K-9 Veterans Day celebrated at Tyndall AFB

    Tyndall Air Force Base has worked tirelessly for the past 15 months to rebuild the base since the damage and destruction caused by a Category 5 hurricane in 2018. One of the biggest challenges Airmen and civilian employees face is getting back to a new normal. The 325th Security Forces Squadron’s

  • 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.

  • Some IDs may be invalid starting Aug. 15

    Individuals will no longer be able to access Air Force installations with a state-issued identification card or driver’s license from Minnesota, Missouri, Washington or American Samoa beginning Aug. 15.