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Col. Jeff Dunn, 14th Flying Training Wing vice commander, presents the Squadron Spirit Award trophy to Senior Master Sgt. Joel Obman, 14th Communications Squadron Superintendent, and Lt. Col. Jeffrey Granger, 14th Communication Squadron commander, Monday morning. The 14th CS had the highest attendence at the October Squadron Spirit night at the Columbus Club. They defeated the 41st Flying Training Squadron, who held the title from the first spirit night. (U.S. Air Foce photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Who's got spirit

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2007
Default Air Force Logo TRICARE benefits for a newborn
The 14th Medical Group wants to clarify the steps that must be taken to ensure a newborn receives full medical coverage under TRICARE. New parents have 60 days from the date of birth or adoption to enroll their new child in TRICARE Prime. Otherwise, on day 61, the child will be covered by TRICARE Standard for a minimum of 365 days. This can result
0 10/17
2007
The 14th Operations Support Squadron #1 intramural flag football team poses with their first place trophy after the championship game Oct. 11. The 14th OSS defeated the 14th Medical Group team. They are pictured here with Col. Eric Thesien, 14th Operations Group commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell)
OSS beats MDG for flag football championship
A large crowd of flag football enthusiasts came to watch the 14th Operations Support Squadron team #1 compete against the 14th Medical Group for the intramural flag football championship game Oct. 11. Familiar faces such as Col. Susan Hall, 14th Medical Group commander, Col. Mark Brown, 14th Mission Support Group commander, and Col. Eric Theisen,
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2007
The more than 160 scouts who visited CAFB Friday through Sunday were given a military working dog demonstration by the 14th Security Force Squadron. Staff Sgt. Anthony Vick and his dog Leon put on the demonstration behind the fence while Tech. Sgt. Christopher Barnett talked the scouts through the demonstration. The MWD unit gave two demonstrations Saturday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Boy Scouts interact with servicemembers
Seventeen troops of local Boy Scouts visited CAFB Friday through Sunday during a camporee at SAC Lake. While at CAFB the scouts were able to learn more about the military lifestyle by interacting with many of the BLAZE Team members. The more than 160 scouts were given a military working dog demonstration by the 14th Security Force Squadron. Staff
0 10/17
2007
Default Air Force Logo BLAZE Team launches ORI preparation effort
"It is not the will to win, but the will to prepare to win that makes the difference," said Paul "Bear" Bryant.Fall in the South means one thing - football and plenty of it. Everyday teams prepare for a weekend challenge on hundreds of gridirons across the region. The 14th Flying Training Wing began preparing for a challenge of its own recently.
0 10/16
2007
Default Air Force Logo JROTC students get taste of AF life
Forty-five Columbus High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps students toured Columbus AFB Oct. 2. The purpose of the tour was to familiarize the students with Columbus AFB and to introduce them to the Air Force lifestyle. After arriving on base, the students received a wing mission brief from 1st Lt. Timothy Grebs, 37th Flying
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2007
Default Air Force Logo How aware are you about breast cancer
According to the American Cancer Society's latest breast cancer facts and figures, two million women in the U.S. have been diagnosed and one million do not yet know they have breast cancer. An estimated 211,300 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in the U.S. Approximately 400,000 women are expected to die from breast
0 10/16
2007
The Columbus AFB Top 3 hosted an enlisted essay contest sponsored by the local Air Force Association Chapter and the Officers Spouses' Council. The essay titled "Why I Vote" was in line with the upcoming election and sought to solicit informative aspects from a Junior Enlisted perspective.  Staff Sgt. Iris Catala-Cotto of the 14th Medical Group was the AFA $500 first place recipient. The winner for the non-commissioned officer cateogry was Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Lombardo, 14th MIssion Support Squadon. She received a $125 Officer Spouses Council scholarship. The winner in the Airman category was Senior Airman Kathleen Ellison, 14th Operations Support Squadron. The winners are pictured here with Master Sgt. Isvan Mercer, left, Top 3 president, and Master Sgt. David Sauer, essay coordinator, (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Top 3 essay winners

0 10/03
2007
The 14th Flying Training Wing congratulates the October enlisted promotees. Pictured are: to Airman 1st Class: Berlin Anciete, 14th Operations Support Squadron; Katie Vickers, 14th OSS; to Senior Airman: Desmond Boyd, 14th Mission Support Squadron; James Ferris, 14th Civil Engineer Squadron; to Master Sgt.: Terry Meadows, 14th Security Forces Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo) Increasing the stripes

0 10/03
2007
Airman 1st Class Siddharth Sunny, 14th Flying Training Wing, enjoys a hotdog during Chief Bowlan's All-Nighter. The evening started off with an Enlisted Call at 3:30 p.m. followed by free hotdogs and hamburgers by the pool. The evening was topped off by two comedians and karaoke. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Time to chow down

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2007
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