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Airmen from the 823rd Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron, Engineering, Hurlburt Field, Florida, work on the flightline of Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, July 12, 2016. Airmen from the 823rd REDHORSE work on these sorts of projects to meet training requirements and prepare for deployments, which also benefit stateside Air Force bases. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class John Day) 14th CES; building Columbus AFB one brick at a time
The 14th Civil Engineer Squadron is tasked with planning, constructing and maintaining infrastructure here.
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Peter J. Delillo, 14th Civil Engineer Squadron fire inspector, and Sparky the fire dog visit a first grade classroom at Caledonia Elementary School Sept. 26, 2017, in Caledonia, Mississippi. Fire and emergency service members from Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, went classroom to classroom at the elementary school and talked to students about the importance of having an evacuation plan and knowing their addresses amongst other things. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Gross) Fire Prevention Week teaches BLAZE members household safety
Fire Prevention Week is a nationally recognized week and gives fire and emergency members a chance to teach their communities ways to stay safe and prevent unwanted fires from starting.
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Staff Sgt. Luis Chiriboga, a 14th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering technician, and his wife, Airman 1st Class Estefania Briceno Ron, a personnel and administration technician assigned to the 14th Medical Support Squadron, stand at the entrance of Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. Chiriboga and Briceno Ron are both natives of Ecuador and received their U.S. citizenship after joining the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chris Gross) AF couple takes journey to US citizenship
The Air Force affords its Airmen a plethora of opportunities and benefits; many advance their education and obtain degrees, skills are learned and can often be applied in future careers -- but for some, their service can grant them U.S. citizenship. This is the case for a dual military couple at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, who was born and spent the early part of their life in Ecuador. Both are now Airmen and U.S. citizens.
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Airman Justin Weeter, 14th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, and Peter Delillo, 14th CES Fire Prevention Inspector, talk inside the Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, Fire Station June 29, 2017. The Fire Protectors have many different ways to bring information to the Airmen and families on base through community events and different courses mandatory to newly arriving base members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keith Holcomb) Fire protection, getting involved with Columbus
The Columbus Air Force Base 14th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Protection Airmen are always involved with the base and community functions to educate everyone about safety and emergency procedures.
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