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U.S. Air Force Wounded Warrior Master Sgt. Kenneth Guinn, 325th Civil Engineering Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Logistics section chief, wears an elevation training mask at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., May 15, 2018.  The mask helps prepare him to compete in the higher elevation levels of Colorado, where the 2018 Warrior Games is scheduled to take place. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Delaney Gonzales/Released) EOD Wounded Warrior takes long strides toward recovery
U.S. Air Force Wounded Warrior Master Sgt. Kenneth Guinn, 325th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal logistics section chief, will set foot in the opening ceremony of the 2018 Wounded Warrior Games. Alongside him is 39 team members who were selected from over 300 applicants.
0 5/18
2018
325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Force improvement led by junior Airman
Upon graduating from college, she worked as an admissions counselor. However, she was looking for something bigger than herself, bigger than what she was used to. She wanted a more fulfilling career, something that made her feel like she was a part of a team. But after waiting nearly two years for a spot in a police academy, she decided to pursue other options. At the age of 24, her journey landed her in an Air Force recruiter’s office.
0 5/09
2018
Default Air Force Logo Staying safe during flu season
Over the last couple months, the flu has hit more and more people throughout the U.S. and with the peak of the season only about halfway through, the 325th Medical Group is reminding people to take precautions to stay safe.
0 2/02
2018
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Alise Williams, 325th Logistics Readiness Squadron fleet management and analysis specialist, holds up a flag with the logo of her foundation, Letters for Life, printed on it. Letters for Life
Encouragement can take many different forms: a kind gesture, a reassuring smile, or a thoughtfully written letter. That encouragement may make a world of difference in someone’s life.
0 1/09
2018
A U.S. Air Force pilot from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, performs a pre-flight check on an F-15E Strike Eagle parked on the flightline at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Nov. 9, 2017. Mountain Home Airmen and assets were at Tyndall participating in Checkered Flag 18-1, a large-scale aerial exercise designed to integrate fourth and fifth-generation airframes while providing a platform for maintenance teams to be evaluated. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Isaiah J. Soliz/Released) Thunderbolts light up the sky during Checkered Flag 18-1
The 366th Fighter Wing “Gunfighters” from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, deployed assets to participate in the large-scale aerial exercise Checkered Flag 18-1 and Combat Archer, a Weapons System Evaluation Program at Tyndall Air Force Base Nov. 6 to 17. The 366th FW sent approximately 240 operations and maintenance Airmen and 14 F-15E Strike Eagles from the 389th Fighter Squadron to train in real-world simulated scenarios for this two-week long exercise.
0 11/14
2017
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps cadets plunge into a pool in preparation for a swim evaluation at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., June 25, 2017. The USNSCC is a Department of the Navy program for young adults, ages 16 to 18, aimed at fostering an improved image and understanding of what the maritime services have to offer. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Isaiah J. Soliz/Released) Tyndall supports U.S. Naval Sea Cadets
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps cadets from across the country gathered in North West Florida to participate in a highly selective, military-like summer training program that took place in Panama City, Florida, and at Tyndall Air Force Base from June 24 to July 7, 2017. This youth program utilized Tyndall’s base resources periodically over the course of two weeks while testing and training its cadets in naval special warfare courses.
0 7/12
2017
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Samantha Whitfield, 325th Maintenance Squadron munitions inspection NCO in charge, gives examples of the negative impact a person can have by not employing Green Dot lesson objectives at the 337th Air Control Squadron Dex Rogers auditorium on Tyndall AFB, Fla., Oct. 20, 2016. Green Dot training focuses on fortifying the existing principles of the core values and teaches students how to apply them to difficult situations such as sexual assault. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) Green Dot: Putting Initiative in Bystander Intervention
Green Dot training focuses on fortifying the existing principles of the core values and teaches Airmen how to apply them to difficult situations such as sexual assault.
0 10/25
2016
An F-22 Raptor taxis down the Tyndall flightline prior to supporting a night flying mission Sept. 21, 2016. To ensure pilot, maintainer and tower personnel readiness, Tyndall Airman train at night periodically throughout the year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) Tyndall Airmen dominate flying ops at night
After the intense warmth of the Florida heat lessens with the setting of the sun, the sound of maintainers shouting “A-P-U,” and the starting of F-22 Raptor engines can still be heard well into the night. The 325th Fighter Wing recently flew night missions to stay proficient in all conditions.
0 9/27
2016
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