Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Training Expeditionary Airpower Experts
Tyndall exercises disaster response to aircraft crash
Photos by Lisa Norman
Jonathan Bankston, 325th Civil Engineer Squadron firefight-
er, inspects the door to the aircraft for heat to check for fire.
He checks with the back of his hand to prevent his plam from
Medical responders attend to a simulated victim in the exercise who suf-
fered a broken leg and burn on his arm. Exercises afford medical respond-
ers the opportunity to prepare for real-life situations.
Airman 1st Class Andrew Hamm and Staff Sgt. William Burch, 325th Medi-
cal Operations Squadron aeromedical services, transport a simulated vic-
tim with a sucking chest wound.
Mr. Bankston and Master Sgt. Tim Abbey, 325th Security
Forces Squadron flight chief, provide medical services to
Senior Airman Erica Maxwell, 325th Air Control Squadron
current operations scheduler, after she suffered a simulat-
ed deep laceration to her neck during the exercise Wednes-
day. The exercise tested the response time and skills of
various teams on base.
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March 9, 2007
Vol. 1, No. 08
Page 2 Web Defender
Duty title: Logistics
Hometown: Plains, Ga.
Time on station: Twenty years
Time in service: Forty-three years
Hobbies: I like to fish and also support-
ing local veteran clubs.
Goals: Work until I'm 80 years old.
SFavorite thing about Tyndall AFB: My
Wing. cm r favorite things are the sunshine, fishing
4. and spring break.
M Favorite movie: "Gone with the Wind"
Favorite book: "Readers Digest"
Pet Peeves: Telephone courtesy calls
Airman Glenn Moore Proudest moment in the military: Retir-
Mr. Davis, 325th Medical Support Squadron, re- ing from active duty and working in the
ceives the Checkertail Salute Warrior of the Week civil service.
award from Brig. Gen. Tod Wolters, 325th Fighter
Wing commander. The Checkertail Salute is a 325th Fighter Wing
commander program designed to recognize
Mr. Davis purchased and maintained over $3.6 million Tyndall's Warrior of the Week. Supervisors can
worth of personal, non-personal and service contracts nominate individuals via their squadron and
group commanders. Award recipients receive
for the group. He also validated $46,200 in contract a certificate, letter from the commander and a
payments monthly using Wide Area Work Flow, which one-day pass.
prevents the base accruing any interest charges.
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Can you identify this
object? If so, send an
e-mail to editor@tyndall.
af.mil with "Identify this"
in the subject line.
Three correct entries will
be chosen at random and
drawn from a hat to de-
termine the final winner.
The prize can be claimed
at the Public Affairs of-
Brigitte Unger, aero re-
March 2 "Identify This"
as a water fountain drain.
Congratulations Ms. Ung-
er, come claim your prize!
FOD Preventers of the Month
Staff Sgt Stacey Haga
SeniorAirmen Joshua Coe and Edwin Coriano, 325th Maintenance
Squadron aerospace propulsion journeymen, perform a post en-
gine-run inspection on a F119-PW-100 engine. Their flight, 325th
MXS Test Cell Section, was selected for Foreign Object Damage
Preventer of the Month for February for finding several FOD ob-
jects and loose fasteners in jet intakes during maintenance in-
March 9, 2007