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Title: Web defender
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publication Date: March 30, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bay -- Panama City -- Tyndall Air Force Base
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Volume ID: VID00010
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Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Training Expeditionary Airpower Experts


Gulf Coast Salute to America's Heroes 2007


Five-year-old Chloe Davis enjoys
on the shoulders of Roger Mathis.


1st Lt Jon Quinlan
the Air Show


1st Lt Jon Quinlan
The crowd waives to Lt. Cmdr. Kevin Davis, opposing solo on the U.S. Navy Blue
Angles demonstration team at the Tyndall Air Force Base Gulf Coast Salute to Amer-
ica's Heroes Air Show and Open House here March 24.


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Maj. Paul Moga
7I- demonstrates
some of the ma-
neuverability
capabilities in
the F-22 Raptor
during Tyndall
Air Force Base
Gulf Coast Sa-
lute to Amer-
ica's Heroes
Air Show and
Open House
here March 24.
Maj. Moga is
the first demo
pilot for the F-
22, which is
considered the
most advanced
fighter in the
world.

1st Lt Jon Quinlan


Airman Glenn Moore
Two Blue Angels fly close together as if one of the planes was looking
into a mirror.


Airman Glenn Moore
Two of the six Blue Angels appear as if they fly through each other pro-
ducing an formation.


ITrust, Teamok Tranin


March 30, 2007


Vol. 1, No. 09





Web Defender


March 30, 2007


Airman 1st Class Robert Atteberry


Bobby Richardson
Airman Atteberry, 325th Civil Engineer Squadron,
receives the Checkertail Salute Warrior of the Week
award from Brig. Gen. Tod Wolters, 325th Fighter
Wing commander.
Airman Atteberry responded to in-flight emergency on
F-15; flawlessly performed operations, which decreased
runway downtime. He also completed his Career Develop-
ment Course two months ahead of the Air Force average.


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Tyndall home page

boasts new link to

upcoming events


Look for "Tyndall Announcements"
under featured links on the home page
to find out what's happening on base.


Page 2


Duty title: Firefighter
Hometown: Titusville, Pa.
Time on station: Three months
Time in service: Nine months
Hobbies: I like swimming, running, soft-
ball and hanging out with friends
Goals: To be a paramedic and make Se-
nior Airman Below the Zone
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB:
The beach and not having to shovel snow
Favorite movie: "Walk the line"
Favorite book: "State of the Union" by
Brad Thor
Pet Peeves: When people mess with the
radio in my truck
Proudest moment in the military:
Shaking Gen. Wolters hand and receiv-
ing this coin
The Checkertail Salute is a 325th Fighter Wing
commander program designed to recognize
Tyndall's Warrior of the Week. Supervisors can
nominate individuals via their squadron and
group commanders. Award recipients receive
a certificate, letter from the commander and a
one-day pass.


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Idetify

this .


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-
fice.
No one correctly guessed
the March 23 "Identify
This." Since it was so
difficult, we may run it in
a future issue of the Web
Defender.


COMMANDER
AIR EDUCATION & TRAINING COMMAND
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, TEXAS 78150-4324
27 March 2007
Team Tyndall
Recently, I had the privilege of hosting the AETC Commanders'
and Command Chiefs' conference at the Home of Air Dominance. The
entire week was phenomenal, and the rave reviews continue to pour in
from those in attendance.
As Commanders and Command Chiefs met to examine our
command's progress in meeting the mission, and look at how we're
facing new challenges and exciting opportunities, one thing became
increasing clear: An incredible amount of work had gone into preparing
for our arrival. However, it was the dedication of every Tyndall Airmen--
active duty, government civilian, and contractor--that made the
conference an overwhelming success. Simply, there have been other
conferences, but none boasting the attention to detail and commitment
you demonstrated. Team Tyndall is a perfect example of why we're
known as the First Command.
I want to thank each of you for your efforts during the AETC
Commanders' and Command Chiefs' conference. I appreciate all you do
for AETC, our Air Force, and our great Nation!
Sincerely


WILLIAM R. EY III
General, USAF


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