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  • Aviation Day: A time to celebrate the evolution of flight

    The development of aviation has changed the way of life for many around the globe and has played a critical role in the military and the U.S.'s success in wars and conflicts throughout the decades; aviation has had such as significant impact that President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Aug. 19, National Aviation Day, as a federal holiday in 1939.
  • International military student officers help build worldwide partnerships

    Airmen at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, don’t just create the next generation of aviators for the world’s greatest Air Force; Columbus Airmen also help bolster international relationships by training partner nation pilots.
  • SUPT 19-19/20 Speaker advises graduates remain humble, approachable, credible

    Col. Sloan Hollis, Air Force Inspection Agency commander at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, spoke to the Air Force’s newest aviators during a graduation ceremony July 26, in the Kaye Auditorium on Columbus AFB, Mississippi.
  • Summer’s almost over, school is about to begin!

    Wow, where did the summer go? It seems like just yesterday when school ended and all our students began their summer break; yet here we are now, about to start another school year!
  • New, improved Freedom Park now open

    Freedom Park opened back up to children and families July 19 on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, after being under construction since Feb. 6.
  • AETC welcomes new commander

    Lt. Gen. Brad Webb took the reins of Air Education and Training Command from Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast during a change of command ceremony July 26 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas.
  • Storytellers: Team BLAZE Airmen CONNECT through their stories

    Four Team BLAZE Airmen shared their stories in the Columbus Club July 18 to a group of their peers, who surrounded the stage in seats, intently listening.
  • Columbus provides better outlook on aircrew flight equipment

    Maj. Saily Rodriguez, the Systems Program Office (SPO) female fitment program manager, and Maj. Christianne Opresko, HAF/A3 (Headquarters Air Force/Operations) chief aircrew support branch and chief of staff for the Air force Physiological Episodes Action Team, visited Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, July 11-12 to address some aircrew flight equipment concerns.
  • 5 ‘First of the Finest’ graduates visit Columbus 50 years later

    Five classmates from the first Undergraduate Pilot Training Class toured their old home, Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, July 3.
  • CAFB Airmen to share stories July 18 during Storytellers event

    Every Airman has a story; a revolving theme in the Air Force and an even more impactful one when shared with others. Storytellers is a program utilizes the theme of “Every Airman has a Story” as a training or development opportunity with a different approach on the aspect of training. The Columbus Club will be hosting a Storytellers here from 9-11 a.m. July 18.
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