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Airman Jacob Pugh and Airman 1st Class Brandon Culp, 14th Operations Support Squadron Radar, Airfield and Weather Systems (RAWS) journeymen, attach new wiring on a radio tower July 16, 2018, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. The RAWS unit supports base and regional radar equipment, ground-to-air radios and weather systems that support Air Traffic Control, the National Weather Service, and command and control across the wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) RAWS helps Columbus AFB planes roar through the skies
Flying without a radio is extremely difficult and extremely dangerous just as flying headfirst into a storm can be a risky endeavor, but the 14th Operations Support Squadron Radar, Airfield and Weather Systems (RAWS) Flight knows exactly what it takes to keep pilots aware and communicating effectively.
0 7/20
2018
Senior Airman Tavone Travers, 14th OSS weather forecaster studies weather patterns March 12, 2018, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Looking at previous storms and patterns airmen can learn about reoccurring weather that may help future forecasts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) Eyes on the skies: Weather Flight always on watch
Severe rainstorms, hail or tornadoes, the 14th Operations Support Squadron’s Weather Flight has seen it all on their radars, here.
0 3/16
2018
Members of the 14th Civil Engineer Squadron, 14th Operations Support Squadron and Air Force Civil Engineer Center Airfield and Pavement Evaluation Team survey a hole on the airfield at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, Oct. 11, 2017. Gary Wright, 14th Flying Training Wing Airfield Manager, was walking along the T-1A Jayhawks parking/taxiway and identified a hole that looked suspicious. The APE Team was able to survey and begin repairing the issue immediately. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) Airfield management, civil engineer team identify hole on T-1 ramp
Hundreds of aircraft take off and land on Columbus Air Force Base weekly, which makes the foundation on which these aircraft park and taxi very important.
0 12/01
2017
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