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  • 325th MUNS; ‘Para Bellum’

    The 325th Munitions Squadron is currently conducting a 100% munitions inventory. The squadron provides maintenance, accountability, serviceability, and stock record of the wing’s munitions stockpile as well as all required support equipment according to established Air Force and Department of

  • Tyndall holds first-ever EALS-C training

    Tyndall held its first-ever Mission Essential Equipment Training course on the new Expeditionary Airfield Lighting System Jan. 27. The 801st RED HORSE Training Squadron operates one of three Silver Flag locations across the Department of Defense lighting the way for new war-fighting capabilities by

  • Tyndall Rebuild makes ABM history

    The 337th Air Control Squadron, call sign "The Doghouse" is looking forward to the completion of its new training facility, a 30,000 square foot building equipped with everything the next generation of air battle managers need.

  • A Raptor in Hill Country

    TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- An F-22 Raptor previously assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing was loaded onto a C-5 Galaxy and taken from Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, to the Hill Aerospace Museum located at Hill AFB, Utah, after being retired earlier this year.

  • WSEP supports 94th FGS’s first MCA team mission

    Fighter generation squadrons across the U.S. Air Force are fostering Cross Utilization Training and the Multi-Capable Airmen concept as the service branch continues towards operationalizing Agile Combat Employment to ensure a sustainable force of Airmen and airpower at any time and any place. The

  • Checkered Flag 23-1 Concludes

    Tyndall Air Force Base wrapped-up Checkered Flag 23-1 exercise today, after two weeks of rigorous flying operations.