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  • Tyndall commander instructs base housing returnees

    The 325th Fighter Wing Commander and Command Chief Master Sergeant give Tyndall Airmen information on how to return to their on-base homes tomorrow 17 Oct 2018. There are restrictions in place to ensure safety and security, but Airmen will be permitted back to collect belongings, document damage and survey homes. Airmen will not be permitted to stay overnight. The evacuation order remains in effect. Additional information will be posted soon. (US Air Force video by Master Sgt. Alexander Farver)
  • Tyndall update: Oct. 16, 2018

    Team Tyndall, Phase 2 is to get you back into your homes and dorms to inspect and gather your belongings, and it has begun. We are opening the gates for limited access for five days from Wednesday, 17 October through Sunday 21 Oct from 1000 – 1500. Military members, military dependents, civilians, civilian dependents and NAF employees may voluntarily go to Tyndall AFB and the surrounding area to evaluate their personal property. No reimbursement is authorized for voluntary travel performed. This evaluation may only be accomplished between 1000 and 1500 Central Standard Time on the previously mentioned days.
  • AFPC offers personnel information for Airmen affected by Hurricane Michael

    The Air Force Personnel Center created a website page with personnel information for Airmen and families affected by Hurricane Michael.
  • Silver Flag training readies Airmen for real world scenarios

    Early in the morning, as the sun starts to crest the horizon, a transport truck full of U.S. Air Force Airmen comes to a stop in an open field. As they start to unload and prepare for the day, explosions ring out nearby.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Building basics: FTD forms maintenance professionals

    Armed with wrenches, protective gear and iPads stocked with technical orders and schematics, these Air Force maintenance professionals are ready to go back to school.
  • F-15C simulators provide low-cost, critical training

    Projecting unrivaled combat airpower is expensive, which is why one Tyndall unit invested in smarter operations for lower training costs. This unit can launch a jet, fly an unlimited amount of hours and fight thousands of enemies all from a single room. This can be done through four F-15C Eagle training simulators that provide flexible, cost effective operations through the 337th Air Control Squadron.
  • 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.