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Lt. Col. David Gossett  assumed command of the 14th Operations Support Squadron at a ceremony Thursday at Hangar 4. The 14th OSS provides support to Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training to include ground and simulator training, academic instruction, contract quality assurance, air traffic control, flight records management, weather support, life support, airfield and airspace management, programming of 94,000 flying hours, transition and international officer management and SUPT special event oversight. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Sonic Johnson) Screamin' Eagles have new leader

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Mr. Keith Ferris, Air Force aviation artist, presents 1st Lt. Timothy Grebs, 37th Flying Training Squadron Instructor Pilot, with a lithograph of the old T-37 paint scheme. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Kenn Brown) Aviation artist visits Columbus
A preeminent military aviation artist paid a visit to Columbus AFB this week. Mr. Keith Ferris, a participant in the Air Force Art Program, is visiting Columbus to document the T-37's final days in Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training. He is no stranger to the T-37. In the mid-80s he had been working with the Air Force on deceptive methods of
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Default Air Force Logo What do we know from psychological research
In 1969, the president of the American Psychological Association, Dr. George Miller, gave a speech to the members of that group titled, "Giving Psychology Away." Dr. Miller pointed out that psychologists are often bad at telling the public what we have figured out and what we do not yet know in a way that can be applied to daily lives. The APA
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2007
Colonel Dave Gerber, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, talks with Tech. Sgt. Heather Deckley, 14th Mission Support Group, during the Education Task Force Meeting Tuesday in the Wing Conference Room. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman John Parie) Education on top of the agenda

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Colonel Mark Brown, 14th Mission Support Group Commander, interacts with a youth at the PDF Jr. hosted by the Airman and Family Readiness Center Friday. Youth received identification cards and were fingerprinted during the event. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Elizabeth Owens) Over and out

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Airman 1st Class Chad Callender, 14th Security Forces Squadron, runs in his first half marathon while deployed. A1C Callender finished ninth overall with a time of 1:44:56. The Royal Air Force's 901 Air Expeditionary Wing Air Operations hosted a fund-raiser by staging a half marathon for 271 Airmen, Sailors, Soldiers, civilians and coalition members of the 379 Air Expeditionary Wing.  
There were 68 individuals and 30 teams that participated in the race. The 14th Flying Training Wing had two deployed members compete in the fundraising event; A1C Callender, who ran in the individual competition, and Master Sgt. Allen Rigdon, 14th Operations Group First Sergeant who coordinated a team effort for this event.  Sergeant Rigdon's team finished in fifth place. (U.S. Air Force Photo)

Airman runs half marathon

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2007
Colonel Susan Hall, 14th Medical Group Commander, putts in while team mate Mary Ann Shows looks on during the 2nd Annual Princess Open Friday a Whispering Pines Golf Course. The team of Col Hall and Ms. Shows won the tournament with a score of 39.  Seven two-person teams competed in the event.  The next big tournament is a three-person scramble and Luau July 20. For more information, call 434-7932. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Amanda McDade) Princess Open putts into CAFB

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Captain Kristi Contardo, 14th Operations Support Squadron, was the first place female runner in the Summer Jam Fun Run Friday morning at the Fitness Center. Airman 1st Class Seth Skrypek, 14th OSS, was the first place male runner. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell)
Summer Jam races at CAFB

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Crud tourney proves to be a drawn out battle
The Columbus Club hosted the Blazing Balls of O'leary Crud Tournament Friday to cap off the 07-11 assignment night. Twelve teams participated in the tournament for the honor of winning O'leary trophy as a traditional ending to assignment night activities. The field was made up of several SUPT class teams and one Medical Group team. As the night
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Comptrollers reach out in community
The 14th Comptroller Squadron recently volunteered 25 hours of their time to the Barksdale Reading Program. Approximately ten volunteers from the 14th CPTS traveled to Stokes-Beard Elementary School to help 40 children in kindergarten through third grade expand their reading skills. The 14th CPTS Community Partnership Committee, which was developed
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