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  • Our 14th MDG: Air Force award winners

    Two individuals from the 14th Medical Group earned Air Force level Awards for their hard work in 2017.
  • Columbus AFB tells children they are ‘Too Good for Drugs’

    Children from West Lowndes and Columbus High Schools participated in a Too Good for Drugs program Feb. 23 here to promote a healthier lifestyle.
  • 14th CES; building Columbus AFB one brick at a time

    The 14th Civil Engineer Squadron is tasked with planning, constructing and maintaining infrastructure here.
  • T-6 operational pause lifted today

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas--Maj. Gen. Patrick Doherty, 19th Air Force commander, has ordered an end to the operational pause of the T-6 Texan II fleet, with flying operations resuming Feb. 27 following the collection and analysis of operational flight test data. The pause was the result of multiple unexplained physiological events experienced by
  • Scanlan instructs pilots to lead Airmen, not aircraft

    Maj. Gen. James P. Scanlan, Mobilization Assistant to the Commander, Air Force Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, Florida, spoke to graduates during Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 18-05’s graduation Feb. 16 at the Kaye Auditorium here.
  • Army’s “The Golden Knights” to be at Columbus AFB

    The U.S. Army Parachute Team, “The Golden Knights,” inspire audiences of all ages with their patriotism and exciting maneuvers. Formed in 1959, the Golden Knights are the Army’s official demonstration team. Members are drawn from U.S. Army paratroopers who have demonstrated excellence in parachuting skills.
  • Koritz Clinic lab puts patients first, increases efficiency

    The Koritz Clinic Laboratory Services Flight performs tests to give doctors conclusive evidence to properly diagnose individuals as well giving accurate diagnosis to confidently clear or retract a pilot’s ability to fly.
  • L3 maintains pilot production one aircraft at a time

    The L3 Technologies, a Mississippi aerospace and defense company, provides contracted maintenance to Columbus Air Force Base, ensuring the pilots have the aircraft they need to train at their peak performance every day.
  • Former slave, two-time Olympian becomes an Airman

    After enduring countless hardships and overcoming unimaginable obstacles, Airman 1st Class Guor Maker, a dental assistant currently in technical training, found his way out of war-torn South Sudan, Africa and into the U.S. nearly 20 years ago.
  • 14th MDSS Radiology Department keeps Columbus AFB ready

    Radiology department at the base clinic, is probably something most people don’t think about until they need their services, for either a potential broken bone or other internal injury, and last year the radiology department on Columbus Air Force Base served about 900 patients.