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Colonel Roger Watkins, 14th Flying Training Wing, speaks with Mark Horning and Patsy Wood from the Airman and Family Readiness Center during his immersion or the 14th Mission Support Group.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Elizabeth Owens) Educator takes command of 14th FTW
With confident poise and a sincere demeanor, he sat proudly on the couch in his office. He then began to introduce himself and expressed his hopes for the future of Columbus AFB. 14th Flying Training Wing commander, Col. Roger Watkins, grew up in Ft. Worth, Texas. He attended college at the University of Texas at Austin and graduated in 1985 with a
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The patches from Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training classes line the ceiling tiles of the 48th Flying Training Squadron's heritage room for each year of training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sonic Johnson) Heritage runs deep at the 48th FTS
Every heritage room has a unique story. From the nametags of former instructor pilots which line the top of the wall to the artifacts around the room, the essence of its history lingers in the air. The 48th Flying Training Squadron was originally the 48th Aero Squadron, which was established at Kelly Field, Texas in 1917 and sailed to Le Havre,
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Defense Commissary Agency employee Robert Davison is one of five recipients of the 2005 Very Important Patriot Award from the military community and featured on special-edition boxes of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes. (U.S. Air Force photo) Local spouse receives Presidential recognition for volunteer service
 After years of dedicated service and commitment to the local community, the husband of a Columbus AFB officer was recognized by President George W. Bush for his exceptional support for his community. Bob Davison, a butcher at the CAFB Commissary, received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award at a White House ceremony on May 6. "I'm so proud of
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Master Sgt. George Evans, 14th Medical Group First Sergeant, presents a flag he flew over his workplace while deployed to Iraq to his daughter’s fourth grade class and their teacher, Sandra Murphy. The Caledonia Elementary students sent Sergeant Evans letters of support during his tour. (Courtesy Photo) Letters from home keep up morale for deployed first sergeant
In the midst of a long deployment, one of Columbus AFB's Airmen was blessed with letters of support and encouragement from his daughter and her fourth grade class. A group of 27 children poured their thoughts onto paper and cards, offering their best wishes and hopes for a safe return, and packed them into an envelope to be sent overseas. Master
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Retired Chief Master Sgt. Gino Conti and Senior Master Sgt. James McCarty, the most senior and junior ranking chiefs in attendance, cut the cake at McCarty's recognition ceremony Wednesday after dinner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Josh Harbin) 14th FTW says farewell, honors top one percent
After 27 years of dedicated service to the enlisted corps, Senior Master Sgt. James McCarty will continue his career as a chief master sergeant at Luke AFB, Ariz. A recognition ceremony for his induction to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant was held Wednesday at the Columbus Club. Sergeant McCarty, Superintendent of the 14th Military Personnel
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