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  • U.S. Air Force F-22s arrive in Europe for Flying Training Deployment

    The U.S. Air Force has deployed one squadron of F-22 Raptors, Airmen and associated equipment to Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, from the 95th Fighter Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, at Tyndall AFB, Fla., to conduct air training with other Europe-based aircraft as part of a Flying Training Deployment. The F-22s arrived Aug. 8 and will remain in Europe for several weeks. This training deployment to Europe is funded in part by the European Deterrence Initiative.
  • Tom and Jerry’s Father’s Day special: Part II

    In the early afternoon hours, Tom prepared, it was a day he had been longing for decades; the day he would finally have Jerry’s number. He carefully reviewed his plan, plotted his course, and prepared for the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse – a battle between father and son.
  • Tom and Jerry’s Father’s Day special: Part I

    In the early afternoon hours, a game of cat and mouse is played, Jerry once again on the verge of getting the best of Tom. This time the tides have turned, Tom came out victorious. These characters however, are not the cartoon stars some may be thinking about, they are a father-son duo in the U.S. Air Force. Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jerry,
  • Stealth Guardian: Forward Air Refueling Point increases Air Force capabilities

    Airmen from the 325th Fighter Wing and the 23rd Wing were put to the test in a simulated deployed environment at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., as part of exercise Stealth Guardian, Aug. 10, 2017. During this segment of the exercise, two F-22 Raptors from Tyndall’s 95th Fighter Squadron were rearmed and refueled by way of a forward air refueling point from an HC-130J Combat King II.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • F-22s deploy to RAF Lakenheath

    The U.S. Air Force has deployed F-22 Raptors, Airmen and associated equipment to Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, April 11, to conduct air training with other Europe-based aircraft.
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