Military

Lynn Haven native serving country on warship on other side of world


WWII veteran honored with special day in Okaloosa County


Cottondale man completes basic military training


NSA holds STEM event for local students


U.S. Airforce officials teach locals about new proposed combat pilot training methods


Harley-Davidson brings in Vietnam Memorial Wall for Armed Forces Week


Celebrating National Armed Forces Week


Eglin preferred location for additional F-35A squadron


Tyndall Air Force Base begins Checkered Flag Exercise


Tyndall Air Force Base holds second Industry Day


It's official: Tyndall must halt all new construction


The Fate of Tyndall's current construction projects


Deadline approaches as Air Force waits additional money for Tyndall repairs


Contractors submit bids to rebuild Tyndall's residential communities


Community members honor veterans during Warrior Beach Retreat


Miracle League Veterans Game


Tyndall Air Force and Bay County awarded Joint Land Use Study


UPDATE: Tyndall's F-22 Raptors possibly relocated


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