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  • How to survive a hurricane in under 1 minute

    For those new to Tampa and Florida, hurricane season is rapidly approaching and there are plenty of options to stay safe in the event of an evacuation including how to find your evacuation zone and evacuation route. (U.S. Air Force video by Airman 1st Class Michael Killian)

  • 927th Air Refueling Wing welcomes new Squadron commanders

    The 63rd Air Refueling Wing welcomed two new Squadron commanders during ceremonies, April 30, 2022. Lt. Col. Andrew Doerr took command of the 63rd Air Refueling Squadron and Lt. Col. Ronald Forster assumed command of the 927th Aerospace Medicine Squadron.

  • The Blueprint: Roadmap to Enlisted Force Development

    The Blueprint serves as a foundational document to link enlisted development — from entry to departure. This new document is one of 28 Enlisted Force Development Action Plan (EFD-AP) objectives focused on developing tomorrow’s enlisted Airmen … today.

  • The body shop of the Air Force: Corrosion control

    If you ask the service members stationed at MacDill Air Force Base what they love about the location, many of them might say the warm weather and proximity to the ocean. However, the maintainers who service 60-year-plus old aircraft might have a different opinion.

  • MacDill recognizes volunteers during National Volunteer Week

    Established in 1974, National Volunteer Week is a time to shine a light on those who serve our community and inspire us with their selfless giving. This year’s dates are April 17-23 and MacDill is fortunate to continue a long-lasting tradition of being that bright light of volunteerism.

  • Florida burrowing owl released on MacDill

    A Florida burrowing owl was relocated and released by a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) biologist April 8 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.