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Vol. 1, No. 11 Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Training Expeditionary Airpower Experts July 23, 2007


In Brief

EPR and OPR
The 325th Military Per-
sonnel Flight is scheduled to
host two briefings on the new
evaluation process Tuesday
at 10 a.m. and Wednesday at
2 p.m. at the Enlisted Club.
The briefings are geared to
highlight the key changes
and implementation timeline
along with answering some
questions from the audience.
Starting Aug. 1, 2007, the en-
listed and officer evaluation
system changes take effect.

Blood Drive
The Armed Services Blood
Drive is scheduled to be held
Thursday from 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Community
Activities Center.

TRICARE
A TRICARE benefit brief-
ing is scheduled to be held
Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. in the Airey
NCO Academy auditorium
here.
Health care information
will be provided for all cat-
egories of TRICARE ben-
eficiaries.
The 325th Medical Group
encourages TRICARE for
Life beneficiaries to attend
and obtain a better under-
standing of their entitlement
as it relates to skilled nursing
care versus long-term or con-
valescent care.
For additional informa-
tion, call the 325th MDG
TRICARE Operations office
here at 283-7157.


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Dajah Potter, 7, conducts a radio control check from one of Tyndall's fire trucks back to the com-
mand center at the fire station with the help of Airman 1st Class Bobby Atteberry, 325th Civil
Engineer Squadron fire fighter. The girl was one of 57 recent burn survivors that came to spend
lunch with personnel from the base fire department today as part of the Children's Burn Camp of
North Florida, Inc., Camp Amigo program. It is the second year the camp, that spends a week at
Cape San Bias, stopped by Bonita Bay to picnic along the way to visiting local area attractions.



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A free savings and investment
course is scheduled to begin
Wednesday at the education


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Airman First Class Fanor Ramos


Airman Ramos conducts an inventory inside the
freezer room at the Berg-Liles dining facility here
Thursday. Ramos has been at Tyndall for over a
year and has recently returned from his first de-
ployment to Kuwait.

Airman Ramos managed Berg-Liles Dining Facility's
storeroom operations, discovered five vendor product
discrepancies, completed 88 hours of Services home Sta-
tion training and is an active member of the 325 Services
Squadron unit booster club.


Duty title: Storage room clerk at the
Berg-Liles Dining Facility
Hometown: Gaithersburg, Md.
Time on station: One year, two months
Time in service: One year, six months
Hobbies: Soccer, SCUBA diving, base-
ball, snowboarding and fishing
Goals: To learn from each of my peers
and strive for excellence
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB:
Beach view
Favorite movie: "Scarface"
Favorite book: "Conquering the Impos-
sbile"
Pet peeves: People pretendig to be
something they're not
Proudest moment in the military: Being
appreciated for what I do

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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SEmergency information

Accountability:
(follow these steps until con-
tact is made)

1. Contact supervisor

2. Contact Hurricane Evacuation
Support Staff at

(877) 325-EVAC (3822).
3. Contact Air Force Personnel
Center at (800) 435-9941.

Phone numbers:
Straight Talk (877) 529-5540
Tyndall Toll-free (800) 896-8806
Bay County Emergency Operations Center
(850) 784-4000
Tyndall Civil Engineer Readiness Flight
(850) 283-2010
For downed power lines, fires or medical
emergencies, call 911
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investing. The second course covers an introduction
to different financial markets such as stocks and
bonds. The third class covers financial plans such as
the Thrift Savings Plan, IRAs and 401K plans. The
fourth class is on investment fraud and the optional
fifth class is about buying a home.
The class is split into two classes per month, said
Sharon Smith, a community readiness consultant at
the Airman and Family Readiness Center.
Those that are interested can start at any class in
the series as long as there are openings and they can
catch any classes missed the next time the course
is offered which is usually right after the previous
series is complete, said Smith.
The course is a new program and is only offered at
Tyndall and Eglin Air Force Bases, Fla; and Hurlburt
Field, Fla., said Smith.
"It gives people basic information about financial
matters so they know where to go and what questions
to ask when they want to make important financial
decisions," said Smith.
"The big thing is making sure the military
community knows where their money is going
before they start investing," said Smith.


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 en-
tries will be chosen at
random and drawn from a
hat to determine the final
winner. The prize can be
claimed at the Public Af-
fairs office.
Tech. Sgt. James
Leonard, 325th Fighter
Wing/Wing Ground saftey,
correctly guessed the
July 9 "Identify This" as a
man's wallet with money
and a government driver's
license. Congratulations
Sergeant Leonard.


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July 23, 2007




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