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Airman Yayee Thayer, 14th Medical Operations Squadron, checks the pulse of a patient during a routine check-up. The 14th Medical Group recently had a Health Services Inspection July 23 through 27. During the inspection four areas within the 14th MDG were deemed outstanding, 10 areas scored excellent and two scored satisfactory, with no areas being deemed as unsatisfactory or marginal. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) 14th MDG brings home excellent score
A nine-member team from HQ AFIA, Directorate of Medical Operations, performed a Health Services Inspection of the 14th Medical Group from July 23 to 27. In the executive summary of their report, the team stated that the 14th Medical Group provides excellent health care to the beneficiary population of the 14th Flying Training Wing, Air Education
0 8/01
2007
A LSI team made up of (left to right) Murray Woody, John Edens, Bob Le Tourneau and Jerry Hudson, won the Golf Intramural Championship July 24 at the Whispering Pines Golf Course. The Whispering Pines Golf Course offers scrambles every Thursdays at 4:45 p.m. Entry is $5 per person plus greens fees. All levels of golfers can enjoy this weekly 9-hole tournament. Call 434-7932 for more information. (U.S. Air Force Photo) LSI captures title

0 7/31
2007
Major Kiley Stinson assumed command of the 14th Security Forces Squadron Tuesday in a ceremony at the Columbus Club. Major Stinson assumed command from Major Russell Stilling. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) 14th SFS welcomes new commander
Major Russell Stilling relinquished command of the 14th Security Forces Squadron to Maj. Kiley Stinson Tuesday in a ceremony at the Columbus Club. In his previous assignment, Major Stinson was the Executive Officer to the Director of Security Forces at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. To the men and women of the 14th SFS, Major Stinson says it is his
0 7/25
2007
Gwen Brown, wife of Colonel Mark Brown, 14th Mission Support Group commander, and Denise Bowlan, wife of Chief Master Sgt. Ron Bowlan, 14th Flying Training Wing Command Chief Master Sgt., listen to a quick introduction at the Heart Link Social at the Airman and Family Readiness Center Thursday. Heart Link is an program for spouses of military members new to CAFB or the military. The next Heart Link will be Sept. 19 at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. For more information, call 434-2790. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) The heart of it all

0 7/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo Certain prescriptions to be discontinued by TriCare
The Department of Defense made some significant changes to the TriCare prescription formulary June 21. These changes will directly impact all military and retail network pharmacies worldwide, as well as the TriCare mail order pharmacy. Effective immediately, all military treatment facilities must remove (Avodart®) Dutaseride, (Tricor®) Fenofibrate,
0 7/25
2007
Default Air Force Logo The truth about ADHD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is one of the most popular psychological diagnoses today. It has been estimated that between four percent and 13 percent of our child population in the U.S. has been diagnosed with ADHD. The number of office-based visits documenting a diagnosis of ADHD ballooned from 947,208 in 1990 to 2,357,833 in 1995.
0 7/24
2007
Senior Airman Tess Kelley, 14th Comptroller Squadron, receives a congratulatory letter from Col. Tom Philipkosky, 376th Air Expeditionary Wing vice commander, for being the June Rotational Performer of the Month. She was no. 1 out of 13 customer service and support technicians up for the award. (U.S. Air Force Photo) Performer of the month

0 7/23
2007
The 14th Flying Training Wing welcomes the newest graduates of the First Term Airman’s Center. Pictured are: (front row) Staff Sgt. Jamie Somers\, FTAC Instructor; Airman Robert Jones, 14th Civil Engineer Squadron; Airman 1st Class Athena Lingquist, 14th Flying Training Wing; Airman 1st Class Chihoa Sihapanya, 14th Comptroller Squadron; Airman 1st Class Aundre Lawrence, 14th Medical Operations Squadron; Airman 1st Class Matthew Risola, 14th Security Forces Squadron; (back row) Airman Michael Holloway, 14th Medical Operations Squadron; Airman 1st Class Bradley Eakin, 14th Operations Support Squadron; Airman 1st Class Kevin Green, 14th Operations Support Suadron and Class Leader; Airman 1st Class Angel Galindo, 14th Contracting Squadron; Tech. Sgt. Brian Bailey, FTAC Instructor. (U.S. Air Force Photo)
Fresh faces

0 7/20
2007
A Columbus AFB T-1A transported Ryan McCalip, son of Maj. Randy McCalip, 14th Medical Group, to PIttsburgh for a liver transplant Thursday. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Hannen) 48th FTS to compete in AMC rodeo
A four man team from the 48th Flying Training Squadron departed July 20 for McChord AFB, Wash., with the unique opportunity to participate in the 2007 Air Mobility Command Rodeo. The AMC Rodeo challenges aircrews from all over the world in every aspect of their airframe's mission. More than 55 U.S. and international teams, with more than 2,500
0 7/20
2007
Senior Airman John Parie, 2nd Lt. Kenneth Barkora, and Staff Sgt. Kyna Johnson, all of the 14th Flying Training Wing CAOC, briefs a group of Operational Air Force cadets Wednesday. The cadets were touring the base to learn about different Air Force careers. During their three-week stay at Columbus AFB, the cadets will also be able to shadow three careers they may want to pursue in the AF and they will see first hand what life is like in the military. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Powell) Ops AF cadets visit CAFB
The third rotation of Operations Air Force cadets have arrived at Columbus AFB. Since their arrival Sunday, the cadets have been many places on base. They have enjoyed briefings, lunch with the Command Chief Master Sergeant, Chief Master Sgt. Ron Bowlan, and even a wing mission brief While on base, the cadets are enjoying lodging at the Magnolia
0 7/19
2007
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