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  • The truth about ADHD

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is one of the most popular psychological diagnoses today. It has been estimated that between four percent and 13 percent of our child population in the U.S. has been diagnosed with ADHD. The number of office-based visits documenting a diagnosis of ADHD ballooned from 947,208 in 1990 to 2,357,833 in 1995.
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  • 48th FTS to compete in AMC rodeo

    A four man team from the 48th Flying Training Squadron departed July 20 for McChord AFB, Wash., with the unique opportunity to participate in the 2007 Air Mobility Command Rodeo. The AMC Rodeo challenges aircrews from all over the world in every aspect of their airframe's mission. More than 55 U.S. and international teams, with more than 2,500
  • Ops AF cadets visit CAFB

    The third rotation of Operations Air Force cadets have arrived at Columbus AFB. Since their arrival Sunday, the cadets have been many places on base. They have enjoyed briefings, lunch with the Command Chief Master Sergeant, Chief Master Sgt. Ron Bowlan, and even a wing mission brief While on base, the cadets are enjoying lodging at the Magnolia
  • Educators learn about aerospace at CAFB

    Seven educators attending a conference at the University of Alabama at Birmingham visited CAFB Friday. While here the educators toured different facilities on base and were even able to take part in a T-38 simulator. The purpose of the tour was to expose the educators to new information on aerospace technologies so they can, in turn, use it the
  • Family gives new meaning to baker's dozen

    With more than a dozen kids and three of them in diapers, the Wilson family has much to be thankful for. After marrying in 2002, Tech. Sgt. David Wilson, 14th Operations Support Squadron, and his wife, Lenore, joined their families. With them each having three sons from previous marriages, it was a Brady Bunch marriage of sorts. Now the Wilson's
  • Civil Air Patrol celebrating 65 years of service

    You may have heard on the news during Sept. 11, 2001, the Shuttle Columbia disaster, hurricane Katrina and other search and rescue related stories that Civil Air Patrol was involved with recovery operations. But what is this organization, what is its purpose and who are the members? It has been said that CAP is the world's best kept secret. Very
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