News Search

News Comments Updated
Default Air Force Logo Help to keep Columbus AFB free from terror
Most are aware of the news reportings of terrorists operating in the United States. Only a week ago a plot against Fort Dix, N.J., was foiled by an alert store clerk. Security of Columbus AFB is everyone's responsibility. A terrorist isn't always going to be of Arab descent wearing a turban. Even here at CAFB there is risk of a terrorist attack.
0 5/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo BLAZE Team engages the balanced scorecard
Consider what you accomplished while on duty today. Did your actions directly contribute to executing the Wing's strategy? How would you know? Whether you appreciate it or not, these are profound questions. They lie at the core of a command-wide strategic initiative known as the Balanced Scorecard which formally reached the 14th Flying Training
0 5/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Commander of 2nd AF visits CAFB
Major Gen. Michael Gould, Commander of the 2nd Air Force, Keesler AFB, Miss., was the keynote speaker at graduation for SUPT class 07-09 Friday. General Gould spoke to the graduates about how to keep things in perspective. His way to do so was faith in religion, taking care of family and staying fit. As General Gould emotionally spoke to the
0 5/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Housing privatization released
The Air Force selected Pinnacle-Hunt Communities, LLC, April 30 as the highest ranked offeror in the bidding for the Air Education and Training Command Group II housing privatization project. This announcement moves Columbus AFB one step closer to housing privatization. Pinnacle-Hunt will participate in exclusive negotiations with Air Education
0 5/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo Base theater will no longer show movies
The smell of freshly popped butter popcorn and the roaring sound of the movie are a thing of the past as the base theater has shown its last movie. Due to a lack of patronage the base theater will no longer be showing movies on Friday and Saturday nights as it has since December. "The availability of high demand movies has made is difficult for us
0 5/10
2007
Lieutenant Col. Thomas Lennon assumed command of the 49th Fighter Training Squadron Thursday at a ceremony at Hangar 4. He is pictured receiving the guideon from Colonel Eric Theisen, 14th Operations Group commander. 14th FTW welcomes back the 49th FTS
Lieutenant Col. Thomas Lennon assumed command of the 49th Fighter Training Squadron today at a ceremony at Hangar 4. The 49th FTS is responsible for Active Duty and international AT-38C flying training. The 49th FTS also provides Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals training to pilots and weapon system officers entering all Air Force major fighter
0 5/10
2007
Default Air Force Logo Operations Group hosts semi-annual career day
Aircraft and aircrews representing the spectrum of Air Force missions will descend upon Columbus AFB, Saturday to provide students, instructor pilots and their families with first-hand accounts of each airframe's role in current global operations. Career Day is a semi-annual event hosted by the 14th Operations Group Commander to expose students,
0 5/02
2007
1st Lt. Jamie Zeorlin and Airman 1st Class Mike Liu, both of the 14th Comptroller Squadron, play with animals during a Pet Adpotion hosted by the 14th CPTS partnered with the Humane Society Saturday. Five animals were successfully adopted that day. 14th CPTS hosts pet adoption

0 5/02
2007
A group of Airmen who recently returned from deployment were welcomed home Monday night at the Columbus Club.  In this photo, senior leaders from CAFB shake hands and say a few words to each returning Airman.  CAFB officals host Welcome Home Celebration

0 5/01
2007
During the Rape Agression Defense Course participants were taught both physical and nonphysical ways to defend against an assault. Representatives from the Mississippi Univeristy for Women Police Department were on hand to teach the RAD class. (U.S. Air Force Photo/ Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Columbus AFB gets RAD
To celebrate National Crime Victims Rights' Week April 23 through 29, Columbus AFB hosted a three day Rape Aggression Defense Course. This class was taught by Sherry Honsinger, RAD coordinator at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Miss., and Sara Beth Honsinger, RAD instructor at MUW. According to the MUW webpage, the Rape Aggression
0 5/01
2007
RSS