Tyndall Officials Trying to Fill Reserve Unit

TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE - Tyndall Air Force Base officials are recruiting for their first ever reserve unit.

The reservists will help prepare and provide support for the remaining F-22 Raptors expected to arrive from Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico by the end of the month.

Tyndall needs more than 100 people to perform 140 different jobs, including 40 different specialties, ranging from engineering to public affairs. Interested applicants must be at least 18 years old, must pass a physical and aptitude test.

"This is just a great opportunity because of our economy, the way things are going these days. This will get you some great hands on training, good marketability, serving your country, and just having all that great experience to thrive in the future," said Master Sergeant Geovanny Govea of Tyndall Air Force Base.

If you're interested in serving in the reserve unit, log onto the air force reserves website at www.afreserve.com or call Tyndall Air Force Base at 283-4500.