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  • 21-08 applauds their loved ones

    Twenty-five new aviators graduated from Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (SUPT), Apr. 16, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.
  • Columbus Airman fights pandemic in New York

    After being on her feet for 12 to 13 hours, administering COVID-19 vaccines to nearly 200 patients per day and only taking breaks for lunch and dinner, newlywed Arianna Gordon just might have the chance to call her husband.
  • 14th CONS helps replace BX roof, improves QoL

    The 14th Contracting Squadron aided in the recent replacement of the Base Exchange’s roof to improve the quality of life for Airmen and their families at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi. In total, the project cost $617,589 and took nearly 4 months to complete.
  • Vietnam War Veterans commemorated

    Columbus Air Force Base hosted a Vietnam War commemoration pinning ceremony to honor and recognize local Vietnam veterans , Mar. 29, 2021 at the Columbus Air Force Base Exchange.
  • Achieving aeronautical rating of pilot; SUPT class 21-07 graduates

    Twenty officers have come out triumphant after a year of Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training and achieved the aeronautical rating of pilot March 26, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.
  • I’ll have what she’s having

    One of the challenges Airmen can expect to face when entering the World’s greatest Air Force is the tremendous possibility of being separated from your family. At times, the separation takes place across state lines or country borders. The same cannot be said for two sisters from a military family with the same Air Force Specialty Code. Although years apart, they are both stationed at Columbus Air Force Base.
  • Team Blaze hosts “Burger Burn” for AFAF kickoff

    Team Blaze hosted a “Burger Burn” in support of the Air Force Assistance Fund March 12, 2021, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Columbus AFB members who attended the event had various food options, including burgers and bratwursts. All proceeds went to the AFAF.
  • Surgeon General emphasizes step up, step out impact

    Stepping up and stepping out was the message given by the U.S. Air Force and Space Force surgeon general, Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg, when she spoke at the Columbus Women’s History Month luncheon, Mar. 12, 2021, hosted by Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Hogg visited Columbus AFB to share her experiences throughout her career and to emphasize the important contributions women have made in the military.
  • Snackin’ on snacks

    Airmen living in Unaccompanied Enlisted Dorms (UED) recently received a Nano market in Montgomery Village, provided by Columbus Air Force Base, in an effort to improve the quality of services provided to dorm residents.
  • Innovation soars; Lands at CAFB

    Columbus Air Force Base provided projected Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (SUPT) students a new and innovative way to prepare as they await the start of the rigorous courses they will experience throughout their training through virtual reality. Most students expect long wait times, between 3 to 12 months, before they begin SUPT training.
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