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  • Building the Future: Tyndall Academy

    Education serves as a cornerstone for societal progress, offering individuals the knowledge and skills to navigate life's challenges. Yet, for military families, this fundamental right often intertwines with unique and formidable obstacles. Knowing these challenges, Tyndall Academy and Bay District

  • Sea turtles set strides at end of nesting season

    The 325th Fighter Wing reported a record-breaking sea turtle nesting season at the beaches located on Tyndall Air Force Base.Nesting season kicks off annually on May 1 and proceeds through Aug. 31. This season in particular has been nothing short of monumental.

  • Learning from the past to prepare for the future

    Tyndall Air Force Base continues taking steps to plan for future disasters. Currently, Team Tyndall is observing September as the National Preparedness Month, designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

  • 82nd ATRS facilities near completion

    With construction nearing completion, the 82nd Aerial Target Squadron prepares to take ownership of their new large and small boat facilities. The facilities sustained significant damage following the impact of Hurricane Michael in 2018 and are a part of the Department of Defense’s largest rebuild

  • Tyndall’s 2023 Luau Themed End of Summer Bash

    Team Tyndall’s 325th Force Support Squadron held a luau-themed annual end of summer bash on August 31, 2023, alongside the recent arrivals of the 95th Fighter Squadron’s first F-35A Lightning IIs.

  • Remembering Heroes

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla.—Tyndall Air Force Base’s 325th Civil Engineer Squadron’s fire protection flight hosted a ceremony in remembrance of the men and women that gave their lives during the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

  • Paving the way to the future; Tyndall Flyover Project

    Beginning in January 2016, the Florida Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration and the U.S. Department of Defense, developed a plan to construct new overpasses and an intersection on U.S. Highway 98 to improve the on and off-base flow of Tyndall Air Force

  • No Comms; No bombs

    The 325th Communications Squadron is at the forefront ensuring mission success with various responsibilities throughout the installation.

  • SERE-iously prepared for every situation

    Imagine yourself on one of Florida’s white sandy beaches. Perhaps the thoughts running through your head are something like, “this is a tropical paradise,” or ‘spring break, baby!” In a rather dramatic turn of events, you end up stranded; within an hour, the heat index has risen to 104 F, you’re