Hurricane Michael caused "widespread, catastrophic damage" to Tyndall Air Force Base in Bay County, Fla., Shepard Smith reported Friday.

The United States Air Force used those terms to describe the devastation at the base, Smith said, adding that the compound took a "direct hit" from Michael's eye.

"Every single building and residence at Tyndall Air Force Base... is destroyed or so badly damaged that it is unliveable," he said.

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Included in the damage count were three F-22 Stealth Fighter Jet, each with a price tag of $143 million, according to Mike Tobin.

Tobin said there is "extensive damage to all the hangars."

Reporting from nearby Callaway, Fla., Tobin said much of the area was "trashed" by Michael.

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