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  • Generational resilience, Tech. Sgt. Pinaula overcomes adversity

    Joining the military while dealing with personal loss can prove to be incredibly challenging, as Travis Pinaula knows all too well with the loss of his father, Tech. Sgt. Carl Cruz, a former U.S. Air Force firefighter. Despite his hardships, now Tech. Sgt. Pinaula, 801st Rapid Engineer Deployable

  • Bioenvironmental engineering safeguards Team Tyndall

    The 325th Operational Readiness Squadron bioenvironmental engineering flight guarantees an optimal environment by conducting health risk assessments, providing preventative care medicine and monitoring a variety of environmental factors.

  • ACC Command Team visits the Installation of the Future

    Gen. Ken Wilsbach, commander of Air Combat Command, Chief Master Sgt. David Wolfe, ACC command chief, and their spouses, visited Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, May 21-22, 2024, to gain direct insight into the 325th Fighter Wing’s mission transition and installation rebuild.

  • 79th ‘Tigers’ take on Checkered Flag 24-2, WSEP

    The U.S. Air Force 79th Fighter and Fighter Generation Squadron ‘Tigers’ took part in Checkered Flag 24-2 and the Weapons System Evaluation Program (WSEP) at Tyndall Air Force Base from May 9-22, 2024. These exercises aimed to enhance air combat readiness alongside 5th generation aircraft and

  • A higher calling: Mastering the art of leadership as a SNCO

    Congratulations on making the most powerful enlisted rank the Air Force has to offer. “More will be expected of you, more will be demanded of you, not because you are an E-7 but because you are a Master Sergeant.” When I attained this rank in 2018, my Group Senior Enlisted Leader told me those

  • 101 Critical Days of Summer 2024

    Col. Joseph Augustine, Air Combat Command Director of Safety, announces his safety priorities for 2024's 101 Critical Days of Summer.

  • VMFA-311 demonstrates joint operations in CKF 24-2

    In an era of Great Power Competition, the ability to conduct low-intensity operations without compromising high-intensity readiness remains vital. Tyndall continues to generate this readiness and capabilities internally and alongside joint and coalition forces through the use of Checkered Flag, one

  • 95th FS reaches 1,000 flight hours

    The 95th Fighter Squadron recently hit a benchmark of flying 1,000 hours in the F-35A Lightning II, a testament to the squadrons dedication to the mission as the first aircraft only arrived to the unit in August 2023.

  • Exploring Team Tyndall: Military spouses

    Team Tyndall is characterized by various groups of people, active-duty military personnel, friends, significant others, contractors and many more, all of which contribute to one team, one fight. Established in 1984, Military Spouse Appreciation Day is observed the Friday before Mother’s Day each