Tyndall AFB - Small Business Contracting Information and Assistance

Tyndall Air Force Base Panama City Florida 

Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) - Business contracting guidance and information about business opportunities at Tyndall AFB, the 325th Fighter Wing, 1st Air Force, 601st Air Operations Center, and the Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC). Subcontracting opportunities with prime government contractors working at Tyndall. Compilation of the various types of products, equipment, materials, and specialized services routinely procured by the contracting office at this Air Force installation.  Also, list of points of contact and telephone directory for DoD organizations stationed at Tyndall AFB.  

  

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OVERVIEW:  

Tyndall AFB's host unit is the 325th Fighter Wing. Tyndall is home to more than 30 tenant Department of Defense organizations and federal agencies. Tyndall AFB provides support to more than 23,000 military (and their families), civilian personnel, and contractor personnel.  

Tyndall is a large defense installation encompassing 128 miles of shoreline along the Gulf of Mexico.  The base totals more than 17,000 acres of commercial forest.  Situated on Tyndall are over 1,600 facilities valued at over $1.5 billion.  

A key organization at Tyndall AFB is First Air Force (also known as Air Forces Northern). First Air Force is one of eight Numbered Air Forces assigned to Air Combat Command. First Air Force is assigned the duty of monitoring and maintaining the air sovereignty and air defense of the continental United States and portions of the Caribbean to include: the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.  

Tyndall AFB Air Force Base Florida

Tyndall AFB is located approximately
12 miles east of Panama City, Florida. 
 

Business Opportunities at Tyndall AFB: 
The annual economic impact of Tyndall AFB is estimated to be in excess of $605 million. Supporting the huge government contracting activities for Tyndall AFB is the 325th Contracting Squadron (325 CONS).  The 325 CONS awards and administers a wide array of government contracts. The 325 CONS awards and manages large dollar government contracts for major construction projects and mission-essential support contracts.  By law, a significant portion of the contracts awarded by the 325 CONS are small business set-aside contracts.  There are also numerous opportunities for small businesses to subcontract with larger prime defense contractors.   

Tyndall AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • 1st Air Force (AFNORTH)
  • 325th Fighter Wing (325 FW) 
  • 601st Air Operations Center  
  • Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) 
  • 16th Electronic Warfare Squadron / Detachment 1 (16 EWS-Det 1)
  • 372nd Training Squadron / Detachment 4  (372 TS-Det 4) 
  • 702nd Computer Systems Squadron  (702 CSS) 
  • 823rd RED HORSE / Detachment 1 
  • Airey NCO Academy
  • 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group  (53 WEG)
  • 337th Air Control Squadron (337 ACS) 

      Tyndall AFB - official website: http://www.tyndall.af.mil/

      Tyndall AFB Contracting Office: 
           
      325 Contracting Squadron (325 CONS) 
           501 Illinois Ave Ste B
           Tyndall AFB, Florida 31005
           Phones: 850-283-8630  /  850-283-3648  /  850-283-7365  /  850-283-4410  /  850-283-8637

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      What types of products and services are procured by Tyndall AFB? 
      We have compiled a master list of the types of products and services that are routinely
      procured commercially (or contracted for) by this defense installation and other military
      bases and DoD organizations.  
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