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Tyndall hosted its annual combat dining-in event in Heritage Park on Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Aug. 25, 2017. Combat Dining-in: Pirates
Tyndall hosted its annual combat dining-in event in Heritage Park on Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Aug. 25, 2017.
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U.S Air Force Airman 1st Class Dannyel Butte, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, assists Airman 1st Class Dorothy Russell, 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer apprentice, with her gas mask fit test at the 325th Medical Group Clinic on Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Jan. 25, 2017. Bioenvironmental engineers help protect Airmen and their families from environmental and occupation hazards, preventing and controlling the spread of disease, and safeguarding the physical and mental wellbeing patients. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dustin Mullen/Released) 2017 Biomedical Science Corps Appreciation Week
The 325th Medical Group recently celebrated 52 years of the Biomedical Sciences Corps during BCS Appreciation Week Jan. 23-27. In honor of 52 years of the BSC, the Checkertail medics arranged a week of events to include an event kick off, an all-call hosted by the BSC chief, a lunch and learn gathering, a visit to the Department of Homeland Security facilities at Silver Flag and closed out the week with a friendly bowling game.
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2017, New Year, New You! New Year, New You: Take control of your own health
A new year can mean new opportunities, new discoveries and maybe a few new goals. While the New
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2016
Courtesy Graphic/Family Advocacy Program Family Advocacy Program: Supporting Airmen and their Families
The 325th Medical Group Mental Health Flight’s Family Advocacy Program enhances Air Force readiness by promoting family and community health and resilience through multiple services geared toward education and counsel.
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Members of the 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron flight medicine section gather for a photo Oct. 25, 2016. The flight medicine section is divided into two sections: the base operational medicine clinic, which focuses on the administrative aspect of medical needs, and the flight operational clinic, which focuses on the physical examinations. Both sections work in tandem to ensure the medical deployment readiness of Tyndall Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) New medical program to improve Airman readiness
As Airmen go through their annual medical checkups, they may see the physician and nurses, but they may not see the personnel that work behind the scenes. These quiet professionals work tirelessly to ensure all their medical records regarding deployment readiness are up to date and annotated.
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jason Parker, 325th Aerospace Medical Squadron medical service craftsman, checks the pulse of a coworker during a training exercise in Tyndall Air Force Base medical clinic, Fla., Oct. 25, 2016. Parker was selected as an outstanding performer in the 325th AMDS by his leadership. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Solomon Cook/Released) Airman conquers triathlons, strengthens four pillars
Obstacles in daily life can take on many forms, whether it be mental, physical or even outside of comprehension. One Airman from the 325th Aerospace Medical Squadron has found that overcoming the obstacles encountered during triathlons helps strengthen his four pillars of Comprehensive Airmen Fitness: physical, mental, spiritual and social.
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The Mental Health Flight stands in front the Mental Health Clinic at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., Sept. 7, 2016. The Mental Health Flight promotes both the Green Dot Program and the message of coming forward when you are suffering from mental stress or depression. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller/Released)
Officials urge Airmen to seek help during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and officials want Airmen to know that there is no shame in seeking assistance.
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U.S. Air Force Airman Amber Waugh, 325th Public Health Flight public health technician, observes mosquito specimens through a microscope at the Bland conference room at Florida State University in Panama City Fla., Aug. 22, 2016. The Public Health Flight from Tyndall attended the Zika Caucus to share knowledge on methods of combating Zika and the carriers of the virus. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cody R. Miller) Fighting Zika together
Representatives from the 325th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Public Health Flight joined public health community agencies from organizations throughout Florida at the “Zika Caucus” to share knowledge on the best methods to combat the Zika virus at the Florida State University Bland Conference Center Panama City, Fla.
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U.S. Air Force Col. Michael Hernandez, 325th Fighter Wing commander (left), presents the 325th Medical Group guidon to its new commander, Col. Scott McKim, during the 325th MDG change of command ceremony July 13. McKim previously served as deputy commander of the 374th Medical Group at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The 325th MDG is comprised of more than 300 medical professionals and support staff and provides medical services to approximately 36,000 individuals in the Tyndall community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ty-Rico Lea/Released) Tyndall Hosts 325th MDG CoC ceremony
U.S. Air Force Col. Michael Hernandez, 325th Fighter Wing commander (left), presents the 325th
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As the potential for infected mosquitoes to reach the U.S. rises, the Air Force continues to closely monitor the emergence of Zika virus infection to help inform and protect Airmen and their families. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, all at-risk communities should prepare for possible Zika virus activity. AF continues to monitor Zika virus, infected mosquitoes could hit U.S. this summer
As the potential for infected mosquitoes to reach the U.S. rises, the Air Force continues to closely
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