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Publication Date: August 13, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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Vol. 1, No. 11 Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Training Expeditionary Airpower Experts Aug. 13, 2UU/


In Brief

Pizza Pub
The pizza pub, located in
the Community Activities
Center, will be closed Aug.
11 to Sept. 3 due to renova-
tions.
Weekly programs, such as
Family Night, Block Party
and Texas Hold'em, will be
held at the Enlisted club.
All other CAC facilities
will operate as normal.
If you have any questions,
call 283-3222.

Registration
The Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College registration for
the fall term is ongoing at the
Tyndall Education Center and
classes start Aug. 20.
Book buyback is Tuesday
and Wednesday from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. at the main campus
bookstore.
For more information, call
283-4332.

Tryouts
Tryouts for the 2007-2008
Tyndall Tigers Men's Varsity
Basketball team are scheduled
to beginAug. 27 at 6 p.m. in
the fitness center.
For more information,
contact the fitness center at
283-2631.

Tyndall Idol IV
Tyndall Idol will take place
6 p.m. Aug 17 and 24 at The
Enlisted Club. Who will be
the next star?
For more information, call
283-4357.


Staff Sgt Vesta Anderson
Children attending the Youth Center's summer program cheer for the start of school. The center of-
fers full-time care when school is not in session.


Summer's over: Get ready for school


STAFF SGT. VESTA ANDERSON
325TH FIGHTER WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS
The Youth Center here currently has
openings available for the School Age
Program. The program offers before
and after school care for children en-
rolled in kindergarten through sixth
grade and payments are based on a
total family income.
The program is accredited through
the National After-School Association
and encompasses activities such as:
arts and crafts, computers, dramatic
play, outdoor recreation and more.
Also, children attending the School
Age Program are provided United
States Department of Agriculture ap-
proved meals and snacks.
"The staff is highly qualified and
enthusiastic," said Joe Mcleer, the


director of the Youth Center. "They
are committed to providing a safe,
healthy and nurturing environment
to meet the individual develop-
mental needs of children," Mcleer
said.
Registration packages can be
picked up at the Youth Center. A
$50 deposit is required when a
package is submitted. The deposit
will be applied toward the first
payment.
In addition to the forms in the
package, parents and guardians
need to provide the child's current
shot records, the most current LES
and, or pay stubs and an Air Force
Form 357 if applicable.
For more information to include
the daily schedule of activities and


current fees, contact the Tyndall
Youth Center at 283-4326.


Caitlyn Collins entertains
herself by reading books at
the Youth Center, where she
spent her summer away from
her Texas home.


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Technical Sgt. Sherry Rivera


Airman First Class Anthony J Hyatt
Sergeant Rivera, 325th Aeromedical Dental Squadron
dental craftsman, schedules a patient's appointment
on her computer Wednesday afternoon. She is also the
blue team's practice manager.
Sergeant Rivera showed superior leadership guiding two
providers and six technicians producing $350,000 this quar-
ter. She also has had flawless detail execution 15 times this
quarter earning herself the Honor Guard "Performer of the
Month" three months running.


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Duty title: 325th Aeromedical Dental
Squadron dental craftsman
Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
Time on station: Seven years
Time in service: Twelve years
Hobbies: Reading, jogging and spend-
ing time with family
Goals: Complete master's degree in
health care management
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB: The
people
Favorite movie: Matrix
Favorite book: "The Secret"
Pet peeves: Negative attitudes
Proudest moment in the military: Be-
ing promoted to Technical Sergeant


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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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 ran-
dom and drawn from
a hat to determine the
final winner. The prize
can be claimed at the
Public Affairs office.
Tim Nelson, 325th Mis-
sion Support Group,
correctly guessed the
Aug. 6 "Identify This"
as an eight ball from
billiards. Congratula-
tions Mr. Nelson.


Lisa Norman
"So that's an F-22"
Col. William H. Mott V, 325th
Operations Group command-
er, describes the F-22 Raptor
to U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, dur-
ing the Senator's visit to Tyn-
dall Thursday. Nelson is a
strong proponent of the Rap-
tor program.


Aug. 13, 2007


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