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  • New SAPR Program Manager: Thank you for welcome

    My name is Marcia Stewart, the new Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Manager.  Thank you for taking the time to welcome me to your organization and providing me the opportunity to share a few highlights about my professional career.  Working as a Social Worker, PhD, gives me such pride and joy to help people and military families. I
  • It’s what we do

    I remember when I first entered the Air Force and arrived at my very first duty assignment after technical training. It was shortly after my arrival I started to see a lot of opportunities to volunteer and help across the wing.   Within days of my arrival, my very first supervisor walked into the office and asked, “Who would like an opportunity to
  • Give back to our community

    The approaching holiday season provides a great opportunity to stop and consider all we have been given. Most of us enjoy a steady paycheck, good health and supportive families. It is good to enjoy and celebrate these blessings. At the same time, it’s also worthy of our time to remember there are those in the community, and inside the Columbus Air
  • Service and Thanksgiving

    As members of the greatest nation and the world’s greatest air force, we certainly have much to be thankful for. While hunger, conflict and strife rage around the world, we in Columbus live in relative peace and prosperity. While none of us are free from problems, our concern for our next meal consists of finding something in the refrigerator or
  • It’s all about attitude

    I graduated from Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training at Columbus Air Force Base with Class 00-08 on April 28, 2000. I don’t recall how we came up with our class patch or how we decided on the simple statement on top of the patch, but it certainly has proven to be extremely accurate. As I reflect on it, looking back now nearly 17 years, that
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