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Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi is home of the 14th Flying Training Wing of the Air Education and Training Command. Columbus AFB is located five miles north of the city of Columbus in Lowndes County, Northeast Mississippi, ten miles west of the Alabama state border.
The 14th Mission Support Group provides essential services with a 5-squadron/2-division, 750+ person work force and $38 million budget. It operates/maintains facilities and infrastructure for a 6,013-acre pilot training base and provides contracting, law enforcement, supply, transportation, fire protection, communications, education, recreation and personnel management for 9,500 people. The group is also responsible for wartime preparedness and contingency operations.
The 14th Medical Group operates an outpatient clinic on a small undergraduate pilot training base in Columbus, Mississippi. It supports the 14th Flying Training Wing and manages the day-to-day health care needs of the base. It also supports community disaster plans and combat medical readiness missions. It provides primary care, mental health care, minor surgery, and preventive medicine services and which are supported by radiology, laboratory, physical therapy, and pharmacy departments. The clinic is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
The 14th Operations Group and its nine squadrons are responsible for the 52-week Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (SUPT) mission at Columbus. The group also performs quality assurance for contract aircraft maintenance.
Contact phone numbers:
662-434-6081 (this is a commercial-only line with no DSN capability, calling it from on base requires dialing 99)