In 2018, Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) suffered installation-wide devastation after winds from Hurricane Michael, a powerful Category 5 storm, destroyed almost 500 buildings. As part of their recovery, Tyndall AFB is working with local, state, and national partners to create an “Installation of the Future” that is resilient to changing climate conditions. These partners are leveraging funding from the Readiness and Environmental Protection (REPI) program and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s National Coastal Resilience Fund to construct living shorelines and oyster reef habitats adjacent to the base to preserve water quality, enhance overall ecosystem health, and strengthen flood resilience. The outcomes from this project will also support ongoing efforts in the newly designated Northwest Florida Sentinel Landscape. Partners in this landscape are already identifying innovative solutions and opportunities to increase climate adaptation, restore habitat for threatened and endangered species, and improve water quality and quantity across high priority areas for the Department of Defense, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Forest Service, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. Come to the REPI program’s session to learn more about how partners in Florida are joining forces with the military to reduce climate change risks.