Air Force begins work on Tyndall AFB rebuild with PMO

Following Hurricane Michael, the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center and its partners established a program management office at Tyndall to lead redevelopment and reconstruction efforts. The Air Force initiated several task forces to aid in recovery. One goal is to focus on installation facilities and infrastructure with a mission to assess facility damage, determine usability, and preserve capability. The PMO continues those efforts, which are expected to take upwards of five years and cost approximately $3 billion. Projects like the 325th Fighter Wing F-22 Flight Simulator Building roof were near completion in the few months after the category 5 storm made landfall on Oct. 10, 2018. (U.S. Air Force Photo)

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