• Lt. Gen. Scobee sends message of resiliency to Airmen, families

    Before we start the new year, I ask that you pause for a moment and focus on your personal resiliency and that of your family.
  • Nominate your civilian employer for the Freedom Award

    The Freedom Award is the highest honor the Department of Defense gives to employers for supporting National Guard and Reserve employees. The employers chosen exemplify what it means to go above and beyond federal requirements in support of military employees.Nominate your employer now at: www.FreedomAward.mil [ http://www.FreedomAward.mil ]The
  • Combat Rescue Wing gives 60 civilian employers a lift, inducts 5 honorary commanders

    The 920th Rescue Wing hosted 60 community leaders for the advent of rides aboard its Air Force combat-search-and-rescue aircraft during a special day recognizing civilian employers of Reserve Citizen Airmen and five community leaders who were inducted as honorary commanders, Dec. 1.Both occasions were combined during the December unit training
  • Tyndall seeks child care needs info through survey

    Taking care of military families is one of the Air Force's top priorities. We are soliciting input from Tyndall families on their current child care needs. Completion of this questionnaire is voluntary. The results of this survey will assist Air Force leadership in determining the true child care need. NOTE: Upon standing child care back up at Tyndall, options will be limited on and off the installation and may be offered in a facility not designed for child care. These are short-term fixes as the Air Force works on repairing and/or replacing existing child and youth program facilities.

    The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group will conduct its first post-Hurricane Michael COMBAT ARCHER Dec. 3-14. This COMBAT ARCHER will exercise and evaluate the air-to-air weapon system capability of F-22s from the 27th Fighter Squadron from Langley AFB, Va and two F-35s from the 58th Fighter Squadron at Eglin AFB. The F-22s and F-35s will be flying out of Eglin AFB and performing live fire in the warning areas south of Tyndall AFB.
  • Is your marriage combat ready?

    When it comes to deployments, combat-readiness is at the top of the list. Combatant commanders need personnel who have it. Supervisors push their troops to attain it. The deploying member finalizes their paperwork showing they are qualified, prepared and able to do their job. On paper, it appears they have everything needed to be combat ready. But do they?
  • Reservists get festive to support children’s hospital

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – Reservists in the 419th Operations Group donated a very special Christmas tree to the annual Festival of Trees, a popular holiday event that raises support for Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.   Members of the OG decked the military-themed tree with custom F-35 ornaments, signed by pilots in the
  • AFMC capability roadmap key to evolutionary supply chain risk management

    Modern supply chain risk management requires a “cradle-to-grave” approach that accounts for risks from the time a requirement is identified through development, sustainment and ultimate retirement of the same. A comprehensive, cohesive capability roadmap for SCRM is the driving force behind the work of a cross-functional team led by the Air Force Materiel Command’s Logistics, Civil Engineering, Force Protection and Nuclear Integration Directorate.
  • MCOY Award nominations accepted until Dec. 5

    The deadline to nominate a military child for Operation Homefront’s 2019 Military Child of the Year® (MCOY) Awards is Wednesday, December 5th.  Military Child of the Year® is the nation’s premier celebration of the achievements of military children.  The MCOY awards will be presented at a recognition gala on April 18, 2019, in Washington, DC. The