September 1981: A brace of F-101 Voodoo fighters wings its way over a cloud-covered Gulf of Mexico. Once a front-line interceptor for the Air Defense Command, the Voodoo has since been relegated to flying primarily target missions for interceptor training students at Tyndall AFB, Florida. The 325th Fighter Weapons Wing, based at Tyndall, maintains the last operational F-101s in U.S. livery. Even the Air National Guard Units have traded their Voodoos for the younger F-4 Phantom. Tyndall has been a center for Air Defense training for over three decades, running the gamut from ground controllers to interceptor pilots. It is a mission performed with pride and dedication, as I have witnessed both through the Air Force Art Program and my own experience as a mechanic assigned To ADCOM during my tour in the Air Force.