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Default Air Force Logo Road construction starts June 1
Columbus Air Force Base is scheduled to undergo two roadway construction projects in June. Starting June 1, perimeter road from Independence Avenue to the north gate are closed for approximately two months. Independence Avenue construction begins June 6 for approximately three weeks. Construction will start by milling the existing surface and then
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2016
Col. John Nichols, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, and other Columbus Air Force Base Airmen stand in front of the new base sign after a Chamber of Commerce-sponsored unveiling May 24 in Columbus, Mississippi. The new sign stands on Highway 45 marking the entrance to Columbus AFB and was paid for by donations from community members to modernize the 18-year-old sign. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melissa Doublin) New sign highlights base from highway
Col. John Nichols, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, and other Columbus Air Force Base Airmen stand in front of the new base sign after a Chamber of Commerce-sponsored unveiling May 24 in Columbus, Mississippi. The new sign stands on Highway 45 marking the entrance to Columbus AFB and was paid for by donations from community members to modernize
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2016
Maj. Gen. Richard Perraut Jr., U.S. Air Force retired, speaks at the Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 16-09 graduation ceremony May 20 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Perraut spoke of five key advice pilots and officers should utilize through their career.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay) Perraut gives five key pieces of advice to new pilots, officers
Maj. Gen. Richard Perraut Jr., U.S. Air Force retired, was the guest speaker for the Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 16-09 graduation ceremony here May 20.Before highlighting in depth five pieces of advice every officer and pilot should be using, he reminisced about his career as a pilot.“I remember when I graduated pilot training,”
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2016
Capt. Afton Brown, 14th Flying Training Wing Green Dot Implementer, briefs base leadership during the first Green Dot leadership training session May 4 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Green Dot helps organizations like the Air Force implement a violence prevention strategy that reduces power-based interpersonal violence, which includes sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse and bullying. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Amanda Savannah) Columbus AFB holds first Green Dot training sessions
Columbus Air Force Base Green Dot Coordinators and Implementers completed the first phase of Green Dot training after briefing the second of two leadership sessions here May 18. The Air Force contracted the non-profit Green Dot organization to provide interpersonal violence prevention training to the total Air Force over the next three years. Col.
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2016
Senior Airman Evan Narred, 14th Security Forces Squadron, places a beret on a memorial during the Fallen Defenders Presentation May 18 in the Kaye Auditorium on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Attendees learned about the sacrifices made by security forces Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Elizabeth Owens) Columbus Air Force Base observes National Police Week
Senior Airman Evan Narred, 14th Security Forces Squadron, places a beret on a memorial during the Fallen Defenders Presentation May 18 in the Kaye Auditorium on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Attendees learned about the sacrifices made by security forces Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Elizabeth Owens)
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2016
Members of the Chapel set up tables with juice, biscuits and books for Team BLAZE members in the wing headquarters building May 17 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. They used the opportunity to talk about freedom of religion, spiritual resilience and more. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay) Chapel team provides prayer, biscuits
Members of the Chapel set up tables with juice, biscuits and books for Team BLAZE members in the wing headquarters building May 17 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. They used the opportunity to talk about freedom of religion, spiritual resilience and more. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay)
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2016
A child hits the target on the dunk tank at BLAZE Fest May 14 on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Many activities such as inflatables, games and rides were set up for free for guests of all ages. (U.S Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephanie Englar) BLAZE Fest rocks Freedom Park
The smell of funnel cake and the laughter of children permeate the atmosphere during BLAZE Fest May 14 at Columbus Air Force Base.Over 300 Airmen and their families attended the event which included live music, rides, games, and carnival food prepared by base organizations. Live music included local bands such as Seeking Seven, Elana Gilbert, and
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2016
Community College of the Air Force graduates pause for a photo during a graduation ceremony May 13 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Following the graduation ceremony, graduates and their guests were invited to a reception sponsored by the Top 3 and the Air Force Association. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melissa Doublin) Team BLAZE members earn CCAF degree
Team BLAZE held its annual Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony May 13 in the Columbus Club here.Following the graduation ceremony, graduates and their guests were invited to a reception sponsored by the Top 3 and the Air Force Association.                 Capt. Nicholas Cooley, 41st Flying Training Squadron Chennault Flight
0 5/17
2016
Default Air Force Logo Air Force report on sexual assault highlights program progress
Air Force reports of sexual assault decreased slightly in fiscal year 2015, while reporting by male victims increased according to the service’s annual report on sexual assault released today.The report highlights an increase of more than five percent for both unrestricted and restricted reports of sexual assault from male victims.“I think we’re
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Team BLAZE celebrates 22 years with Tree City USA
Columbus Air Force Base celebrated its twenty second year this year as a member of Tree City USA. Some of the many benefits of being a Tree City include creating a framework for action and education, setting a positive public image, and having pride as a citizen. This year a Parsley Leaf Hawthorn was planted in the nature trails area. This tree was
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2016
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