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  • Chronic waste disease in the state of Mississippi, how you can help

    The first documented case of Chronic Waste Disease (CWD) in the United States was in 1967, to this day, researchers are still baffled by the disease and many questions remain unanswered. The origin of CWD is unknown, but since its discovery in the U.S., the disease has spread to more than 22 states and two territories of Canada.
  • Sharing our roads and trails – A guide to trail safety and enjoyment

    The 2019-2020 hunting season has begun here at Columbus Air Force Base. All roads and the Nature Trails are open to and shared by runners, bicycle riders, hikers, and hunters.
  • Hunting Opportunities

    Fall has officially arrived. As another Mississippi summer comes to an end, in anticipation of the sights, sounds and smells of fall in the South, we welcome the cooler days that are sure to come.
  • Columbus AFB kicks off CFC 2019 with breakfast, local charity reps Sept. 17

    The 2019 Combined Federal Campaign begins Sept. 16 and will run until Oct. 11, and the 14th Flying Training Wing will help open this year’s campaign with a CFC Kickoff Breakfast Sept. 17 from 8-9 a.m. at the Columbus Club on base. The event will feature speakers from local charities. The breakfast will be FREE for club members, and for anyone who wishes to sign up that morning, will also be able to eat for free!
  • Universal Waste

    Improperly handled universal waste is one of the most common environmental write ups seen across Columbus AFB. If these deficiencies are discovered by an inspector from Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) or Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) they can lead to monetary fines for the base.