Five MacDill families are suing over the condition of their homes, located on-base, but managed by private companies. Over the last year, they've discovered mold in the air ducts, growing like mushrooms in the carpet staining walls and rafters.
MacDill spokespeople say there's reason to believe that in a wooded area of the base's northwest corner, there could be an African-American cemetery.
They fly hundreds of miles an hour, thousands of feet in the air, with as little as 18 inches separating their jets: The U.S. Navy's Blue Angels precision flying team will return to MacDill AirFest in late March 2020 to headline the event.
He's the blue streak on Dale Mabry, proving it's not just the planes that fly at MacDill.
They arrived before dawn and stayed long after the sunrise to honor those lost over the last year. Dozens came together at MacDill Air Force Base for a series of memorial events honoring Special Forces operators lost in combat and in training.
MacDill Air Force Base officials say folks will see, but mostly hear, the roar of F/A-18 Super Hornets, which are slightly bigger than the ones flown by the Blue Angels, weekdays through October 19.
Those living around MacDill Air Force Base may hear some rumbling in the skies, but officials say there is nothing to worry about – it’s just training.
On April 27, 2011, Lt. Col. N'Keiba Estelle got the heartbreaking knock at her door that no military family ever wants to hear. Her husband, Maj. Raymond Estelle II, had been one of nine Americans killed during a tragic attack in Afghanistan.
Smoke and flames lit up the sky at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, but it was all for training.
MacDill Air Force base is evacuating over a dozen aircraft ahead of Hurricane Dorian's arrival.
Back-to-school goes way back for a group of teachers who were once students at the same school.
While the college admissions scandal exposed students getting undue help on their exams, FOX 13 started hearing and investigating claims of a different kind of cheating in one of the most sensitive parts of our government.
The honor guard from MacDill Air Force Base travels thousands of miles every year. They perform everywhere from parades to military funerals, but only after they’ve worked tirelessly to make sure every move is just right.
Thursday marked the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of France, and while much of the focus is on ceremonies overseas, there was also a very moving ceremony at MacDill Air Force Base.
Wednesday was the final dress rehearsal for a special D-Day program at MacDill A.F.B. in Tampa.
Three months after non-profit Military Family Advisory Network published a report on the living conditions of families in privatized military housing, the group has released a more in-depth analysis of its findings, shedding light on the most frequently cited problems base-by-base.
MacDill Air Force Base is hosting some noisy guests this holiday season: A bunch of warthogs from up north.
Nearly three dozen service members from MacDill Air Force Base are helping restore communications in the Panama City area. At the same time, MacDill is opening its doors to personnel from Tyndall Air Force Base in the Panhandle, which sustained heavy storm damage.
MacDill Air Force Base is home to some of the country’s bravest warriors. But even they made sure to steer clear of one beast who was spotted lurking there Friday.
Aerial refueling is a game of precision that happens thousands of feet in the air at unbelievable speeds.