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First Lt. Rob Curry, 14th Student Squadron, conducts training on maintenance checks and cleaning for a Tactical Meteorological Equipment-53 Sensor with 14th Operations Support Squadron Weather Flight members April 5 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The TMQ-53 Sensor's capabilities include the tracking of wind speeds, airfield pressure, visibility, precipitation and altimeter settings. The weather readings are put into a weather model to help predict weather patterns and are used in deployed environments for daily reports to aircrews preparing for missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class John Day) Forecasters receive training on weather instruments
The 14th Operations Support Squadron Weather Flight trained on forecasting instruments April 5 including the Tactical Meteorological Observing System at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The instrument helps provide weather information to forecasters so they can observe weather trends, take data and provide information pilots need to carry out
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Columbus AFB offers new Single Parents Group
I have now been a single parent in the military for two years. All I have to say is “Holy Cow, this is hard!” I give mad props to those who have been doing this much longer than I. With that said, in my time as a single parent I have noticed some very challenging situations only a single parent in the military would understand. For example, who do
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Update database, save lives, continue mission
Imagine yourself in your work area and one of your co-workers falls to the floor grasping at their chest. What would be your first reaction? Perhaps the best reaction would be to ask that person about their condition and call 911 after determining the severity of your coworker’s situation. While this is only a scenario, it underscores the
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2016
Airmen from Columbus Air Force Base serve fried catfish meals to members of the community April 2 at the Mayor’s Unity Picnic. Over 1,000 pounds of catfish was served to over 2,000 attendees. (Courtesy photo/Vanessa Brown) Airmen volunteer at Mayor's Unity Picnic
Airmen from Columbus Air Force Base serve fried catfish meals to members of the community April 2 at the Mayor’s Unity Picnic. Over 1,000 pounds of catfish was served to over 2,000 attendees. (Courtesy photo/Vanessa Brown)
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2016
Chief Master Sgt. Rita Felton, 14th Flying Training Wing Command Chief, speaks to retirees during the Retired Chief’s Luncheon April 5 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The event brought in more than 10 local retirees from the Columbus community. After a meal, some stories and news about future events, the event concluded. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay) Chief shares pastimes and future events with retirees over lunch
Several local retirees came to the Columbus Club for the annual Retired Chief’s Luncheon April 5 at Columbus Air Force Base.  “The purpose of the event is to have a relationship between our active duty chiefs and our retirees,” said Chief Master Sgt. Rita Felton, 14th Flying Training Wing Command Chief . “This is a great community effort that I
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2016
Four of Team BLAZE’s enlisted Airmen were promoted during the enlisted promotions ceremony March 31 at the Columbus Club. (U.S. Air Force photo/Melissa Doublin) Four enlisted Airmen promoted at ceremony
Four of Team BLAZE's enlisted Airmen were promoted during the enlisted promotion ceremony March 31 at the Columbus Club. Promoted during the month of March were: Senior Airman Kendall Payne, 14th Operations Support Squadron Senior Airman Kaleb Grant, 14th Force Support Squadron Senior Airman Bradley Litke, 14th FSS Senior Airman Chelsee Vergne,
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2016
Col. John Nichols, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, stands with Nancy Carpenter and Robert Smith, mayor of Columbus, after starting the 2016 Spring Pilgrimage Half Marathon and 5k April 2 at the Tennessee Williams Home. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay) Columbus community runs in Spring Pilgrimage half marathon and 5k
Col. John Nichols, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, stands with Nancy Carpenter and Robert Smith, mayor of Columbus, after starting the 2016 Spring Pilgrimage Half Marathon and 5k April 2 at the Tennessee Williams Home. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kaleb Snay)
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2016
Col. James Boster, 14th Operations Group Commander, passes the 14th Student Squadron guidon to Lt. Col. Marc Deshaies, the new 14th STUS Commander, at a change of command ceremony March 31 at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Deshaies was formerly the 14th Flying Training Wing Director of Staff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sharon Ybarra) 
Deshaies takes charge of 14th STUS
Col. James Boster, 14th Operations Group Commander, passes the 14th Student Squadron guidon to Lt. Col. Marc Deshaies, the new 14th STUS Commander, at a change of command ceremony at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Deshaies was formerly the 14th Flying Training Wing Director of Staff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sharon Ybarra)
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2016
Participants tee off at the start of the Happy Irby Golf Tournament March 25 at the Golf Course on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The tournament raises money for the Happy Irby Christmas Fund which provides support to Columbus residents during the holiday season. The tournament raised over $6,000 and had over 50 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo/Sharon Ybarra) Happy Irby Golf Tournament ‘tees up’ more than $6,000
Participants tee off at the start of the Happy Irby Golf Tournament March 25 at the Golf Course on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The tournament raises money for the Happy Irby Christmas Fund which provides support to Columbus residents during the holiday season. The tournament raised over $6,000 and had over 50 participants. (U.S. Air Force
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2016
Special Agent Chris Cheatham, FBI, speaks to attendees of the Active Shooter Executive Law Enforcement Conference March 24 at the Columbus Club on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The two-day class taught both military and local law enforcement and emergency responder executives the best practices and aspects of an active shooter and mass shooting situation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Elizabeth Owens) Base, local emergency services receive active shooter training
Special Agent Chris Cheatham, FBI, speaks to attendees of the Active Shooter Executive Law Enforcement Conference March 24 at the Columbus Club on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The two-day class taught both military and local law enforcement and emergency responder executives the best practices and aspects of an active shooter and mass
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