14th OSS welcomes new commander

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Lt. Col. Jennifer Prouty, 14th Operations Support Squadron commander, took command of the 14th OSS at a change of command ceremony on Aug. 3, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.


The 14th OSS is responsible for producing over 426 new pilots and WSOs annually. 170+ member squadron spanning 10 separate facilities and supports five flying squadrons, executing over 81,000 hrs and 58,000 sorties per year. Responsible for operations support in all phases of Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training, to include air traffic control, flight records management, weather support, aircrew flight equipment, and airfield and airspace management.


During a speech given at the ceremony, Prouty expressed her excitement about joining her new team.


“To the Screaming Eagles of the 14th Operations Support Squadron, thank you for choosing to serve this great nation,” Spears said. “I look forward to all we will accomplish together.”