• New leader takes reins at AETC

    Lt. Gen. Brian Robinson took the reins of Air Education and Training Command from Lt. Gen. Brad Webb during a change of command ceremony here May 20. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. presided over the ceremony and emphasized the importance of the AETC mission to recruit, train and educate

  • CAFB Spouse Club

    A monthly meeting between spouses of military members has shifted into a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster a high morale amongst its members.

  • FAIP heritage aircraft revealed

    The 14th Flying Training Wing unveiled its newest heritage series painted aircraft on May 13, 2022, at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.

  • AFSOC commander inspires UPT Class 22-09

    Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 22-09, consisting of 23 officers, graduated from UPT, on April 6, 2022, at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Jim Slife, commander of Air Force Special Operations Command, was the distinguished speaker for the graduation ceremony.

  • Remember the number sixty-eight

    As Columbus Air Force Base recaps our April Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM), we recognize that sexual violence is widespread, and it takes all of us to prevent these crimes. During the month of April, communities came together across the nation to promote sexual assault

  • Super Mom

    The terms mom, mother, and mommy are all names commonly heard in and outside of a family household. A full-time job as it is, many of the mothers can be seen around base in uniform or business attire working to help accomplish the base’s mission of training world class pilots.

  • Immersion course builds future leaders at Columbus

    Newly assigned junior officers at Columbus Air Force Base recently competed the innovative Officer Immersion Course, April 12, 2022, on Columbus AFB. The two day course was made to be similar to First Term Airman Course (FTAC) available to newly enlisted Airmen but built differently to better fit

  • AFAF, there when you need it

    Airmen and families can find themselves in difficult financial positions without ever seeing it coming. You just paid your car note, had to get new tires and the phone bill also took its share of your paycheck. You are low on money, but all around not in a tough spot. That is, until some unforeseen