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Members of the 43rd Flying Training Squadron, 50th Flying Training Squadron and Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training 08-14 stand in formation at the memorial service Tuesday. (U.S. Air Force photo Airman Josh Harbin) Fallen pilots memorialized in ceremony Tuesday
Both joy and sorrow filled the hearts of Columbus AFB members and friends Tuesday morning during the memorial ceremony for Maj. Blair Faulkner and 2nd Lt. Matthew Emmons at Smith Memorial Plaza. Both pilots were fatally injured in a T-38 crash April 23 at CAFB. The names of Major Faulkner, 43rd Flying Training Squadron instructor pilot, and
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Col. Dave Gerber, 14th Flying Training Wing Commander, demonstrates the proper placement of the hand to students before the pledge of allegiance to kick off the Annual Earth Day event.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Josh Harbin) Area students gather for environmental education
More than 500 fourth graders from Columbus City, Lowndes County and Columbus AFB home-schools came out to Columbus AFB Tuesday in celebration of Earth Day/Arbor Day. Seventeen activities were available for the youth from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Freedom Park. A few base agencies helped with Earth Day including the 14th Civil Engineer Squadron and the
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The Landings at Columbus office is located at 7102 Capitol Avenue just inseide the Capitol Village entrance. (U.S. Air Force photo Airman 1st Class Danielle Hill) The Landings at Columbus: lawn care, contests, renovations, more
Military members as neighbors, an added sense of security, free community activities and a convenient commute to work are all advantages for military members that live in base housing at Columbus AFB. As most of the BLAZE Team knows, base housing was privatized in October and Pinnacle-Hunt has now taken over base housing. With this transition comes
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Default Air Force Logo Women: Making advancements for tomorrow
During the month of March, which is designated as Women's History Month, many women throughout history are memorialized. However, many of the contributions that women make in the Air Force should be recognized every day and not just for a single month of the year. In 1948, the Air Force developed a program entitled Women in the Air Force which
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Second Lt. Joshua Higgins, 41st Flying Training Squadron, briefs Tech. Sgt. Anthony Fleming, 332nd Recruiting Squadron, before their T-6 flight Tuesday. Sergeant Fleming was named the top recruiter for 2006 and 2007 in eastern Tennessee. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Danielle Hill) Top recruiter gets ride of a lifetime
Being the no. 1 recruiter in eastern Tennessee is a tough title to carry, but to hold that title for two years straight is a feat to say the least. Technical Sgt. Anthony Fleming, 332nd Recruiting Squadron, holds the title for the Top Enlisted Accessions Recruiter. With his recruitment being more than 100 percent for the 2006 and 2007, Sergeant
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