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  • Tyndall takes medical readiness to the next level

    Large-scale exercises such as Ready Eagle enable Airmen in becoming mission-ready by refining skills such as command and control, triage, decontamination, patient tracking, communication skills and mental preparedness among the various medical teams.

  • WSEP-EAST 24.05 brings squadrons from across the AF to TAFB

    Units from across the Air Force, as well as the Marine Corps will be evaluated on their capabilities to load, unload, maintain and fire live weapons during the Weapons System Evaluation Program-East 24.05, Feb. 12 – 23, 2024.

  • Saving life and limb; 325th CES EOD

    Explosive Ordnance Disposal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the military. As technology advances, so do the explosives used to fight wars. This means that the experts have to stay one step ahead.

  • Revolutionizing the flightline of the future

    The Tyndall Program Management Office hosted a Flightline of the Future Summit Feb. 3 to explore opportunities to turn the base’s current flightline into a high-tech resource for the missions of tomorrow.

  • Total Force Integration through communication

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 178th Wing Communications Flight, Ohio Air National Guard, came to Tyndall AirForce Base to assist the 325th Communications Squadron with restoring vital base communications infrastructureand services from June 3-20, 2019.

  • 325th MDG goes from last to first

    The 325th Medical Group at Tyndall Air Force Base rose to the top in an Air Force wide Individual Medical Readiness assessment.

  • Air Force family: Taking care of Tyndall, displaced Airmen

    On Oct. 10, 2018 , Hurricane Michael ripped through the Florida Panhandle with racing winds and powerful rain causing damage to homes, businesses and other structures. During its duration, this category four storm directly impacted Tyndall Air Force Base, destroying parts of the base, displacing

  • 325th OSS: Reaffirming raptor readiness

    U.S. Air Force 325th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers, overlook the flightline to ensure the safety of inbound and outbound aircraft at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., April 24, 2018. Air traffic controllers are responsible for managing the flight of Tyndall and visiting aircraft

  • 101st Air and Space Operations Group Change of Command

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Brian M. Simpler, Florida Air National Guard assistant adjutant general and Florida Air National Guard commander, passes the ceremonial guideon to Col. Gregory A. Krane, incoming 101st Air and Space Operations Group commander, during a change-of-command ceremony at Tyndall