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  • Columbus AFB wraps up CFC 2017

    The 14th Flying Training Wing 2017 Combined Federal Campaign came to a close Dec. 1 and the wing campaign definitely stepped up to the plate and executed the CFC mission of promoting and supporting humanity through a program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.
  • ’Tis the season to save at the Columbus Exchange

    The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is extending its holiday price guarantee so authorized shoppers will always get the best deals at the Exchange this December.
  • Hover speaks at enlisted all call

    Enlisted members of Team BLAZE attended one of two all calls with Chief Master Sgt. Johnathan Hover, 14th Flying Training Wing Command Chief, Dec. 1 at the Kaye Auditorium on Columbus Air Force Base.
  • Columbus AFE keeps pilot production going

    The U.S. Air Force is known for its air supremacy around the globe, and pilots are recognized for their ability to keep the skies safe from America’s enemies. But who keeps the pilots safe?
  • Santa flies in on T-1, Columbus AFB lights Christmas tree

    Santa Claus traded in his sleigh and reindeer for a T-1A Jayhawk Dec. 6 to visit Columbus Air Force Base.
  • Assignment night: Where dreams come true

    Two weeks before student pilots at Columbus Air Force Base graduate Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training, they find out their first assignment and aircraft during a casual, long standing tradition known as assignment night.
  • RSUs: A critical role in air traffic control, pilot production

    On most days, aircraft on Columbus Air Force Base fly from dusk ‘til dawn, making the airspace full of moving pieces that Airmen on the ground must direct and communicate with to ensure pilots are landing, taking off and navigating the skies safely.
  • Civil Air Patrol vital piece of American airpower for 76 years

    Seventy-six years ago, the Civil Air Patrol found its way into existence by administrative order from the Office of Civilian Defense, playing a crucial role in helping protect the United States homeland during World War II. Today, as the Air Force’s official auxiliary force, they continue that role along with several others.
  • 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.
  • Hunt Companies leadership visits Columbus AFB

    Leadership from Hunt Companies visited Columbus Air Force Base Nov. 28 to assess their local Hunt branch and establish a working relationship with base leadership.