COLUMBUS AFB NEWS

  • Best Serving The Best

    The squadron motto “Best Serving The Best”, continues to ring true as the men and women of the 14 CES provide first-class customer service while expertly building, maintaining, repairing, and protecting a 3.2 billion dollar infrastructure to include, four runways and over 700 facilities at Columbus

  • Mjoelnir's Keepers

    After a final tweak and a last-minute update, 44 teams eagerly wait to see who is worthy. This is no fantasy football league; this is Thor’s Legion Forecast Challenge: held annually for all U.S. Air Force weather flights and U.S. Army weather support elements world-wide.

  • The Future is Now

    A small crowd gathered where the grass becomes concrete, they listened to the sky searching for a very specific sound. It was the sound of the future and the future is now.

  • Tis the Season to Shred

    During the month of December, it is commonplace to see holiday decorations and colored lights on trees near the 14th Flying Training Wing Headquarters, but something was different this year. The sleek black silhouette of the True North Plus mobile gym surrounded by Airmen in exercise attire on a

  • The Next Generation

    The 14th Flying Training Wing hosted the inaugural Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) Induction ceremony specifically for the ranks of Staff Sergeant and Technical Sergeant on Nov. 30, 2023 at the Columbus Community Event Center.

  • Women Warriors

    Recently, Columbus Recreation Department hosted a military appreciation event, “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories”, featuring keynote speaker Master Sgt. Adrian Washington, 14th Flying Training Wing development advisor.

  • Fueling the Fight

    As one of the busiest Air Education and Training Command (AETC) bases in the United States, Columbus AFB hosts AETC’s largest aircraft fleet and generates approximately 48 thousand annual sorties for 230 aircraft with 344 Instructor Pilots executing a $160 million dollar flying hour program. None of

  • ACEs High

    Agile Combat Employment (ACE) is a proactive and reactive operational scheme of maneuver executed within threat timelines to increase survivability while generating combat power. The 14th Civil Engineering Squadron is betting to win with ACEs High.

  • The Last Bone

    After a lifetime of commitment to the protection of thousands of lives at home and abroad; Military Working Dog Afra earned her forever home and symbolic "last bone", after 56 dog years of honorable service on Nov. 7, 2023.

  • Small and Mighty

    Monk assists the Chapel Team in unit engagement as well as providing comfort to Airmen and Guardians as the Chaplains facilitate guidance when Airmen need help with difficult conversations.