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  • 14th CS receives new commander

    Lieutenant Col. Jeffrey Granger relinquished command of the 14th Communications Squadron to Maj. Leo Lawson May 29 in a ceremony held at the Columbus Club. Major Lawson, born in Miami, Fla., attended the University of South Carolina double-majoring in media arts and office information systems. He later graduated from Webster University at Bolling
  • Take time to complete the 2008 community assessment survey

    The Integrated Delivery System Working Group is sponsoring the 2008 Community Assessment Survey of service members, spouses, reservists and reserve spouses. This survey is the best way for Air Force community members to make their opinions and needs known. The results of the survey will be used by base leadership and the Air Force to target
  • CAFB says farewell to retiring Chief Bowlan

    The 14th Flying Training Wing Command Chief Master Sergeant, Chief Master Sgt. Ron Bowlan, had his retirement ceremony Tuesday at Kaye auditorium. A majority of Chief Bowlan's past influences were in attendance, including his parents, his son and the owner of Greek to Me!, where Chief Bowlan spent a majority of his off-duty time cooking. Chief
  • 14th MDG introduces new TRICARE online kiosk

    When BLAZE Team members enter the front lobby at the Koritz Clinic they will notice a new device. Located in the main patient waiting area there is a brand new, easy to use TRICARE online touch-screen kiosk for patient's convenience. The TRICARE Online Kiosk offers all the benefits of www.TricareOnline.com to include: the ability to schedule
  • Know the limits on PPM moves

    Summer PCS season is upon us and the Traffic Management Office wants the BLAZE Team to know there are a many authorized means of having their personal property shipped to their next duty station. Servicemembers can have the Traffic Management Flight make the arrangements or they can procure their own move. Before a member sets out to self-procure
  • CAFB receives satisfactory ORI rating

    Columbus AFB received a 'satisfactory' rating on its 2008 Operational Readiness Inspection. More than 100 inspection team members evaluated every aspect of Columbus AFB during a ten-day evaluation period. The 14th Flying Training Wing also received one outstanding rating, 11 excellent ratings and eight satisfactory ratings among its subordinate
  • Former graduate makes return visit to CAFB

    The Director of the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff Executive Action Group, Brig. Gen. Walter Givhan, made a return visit to Columbus AFB Friday. He was the keynote speaker at graduation for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training class 08-09, the last full class to fly the retired T-37 Tweet. General Givhan also brought along the
  • CCAF at Columbus graduates 46

    The Columbus AFB held its annual Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony for 46 servicemembers at the Columbus Club May 8. Overall, 52 college degrees were awarded to Columbus personnel this year, the largest Columbus AFB CCAF class. CCAF has awarded more than 17,000 degrees in the last year. Following the graduation ceremony,
  • Clinic automates pharmacy refills

    The Columbus AFB pharmacy unveiled its newest piece of technology, the Automated Prescription Machine last week. The APM is located in the clinic lobby outside the pharmacy waiting area and will serve as an alternate location for patients to pick up their telephone refilled medication. The APM will benefit patients in several ways. First, it will
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