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  • Columbus AFB’s 41st FTS shows training pilots is no small task

    The 41st Flying Training Squadron’s mission is to train student pilots in basic flying skills academically and operationally with the T-6A Texan II aircraft. Roughly half of all student pilots on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, are trained by 75 instructor pilots from the 41st FTS, under the careful leadership of Lt. Col. Derek Oakley, the squadron commander.
  • Columbus observes Old Glory’s birthday

    June 14 commemorates the adoption of the American flag by the Continental Congress in 1777.The flag that flies above every U.S. military installation in all corners of the world consists of 13 red and white stripes, each representing the 13 original colonies and 50 white five-pointed stars on a blue rectangle, representing the 50 states that make
  • SAPR offers services, support

    The U.S. Air Force has made a commitment to end all sexual assaults through awareness and prevention, training and education, victim advocacy, response, reporting and accountability. Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi supports that commitment through the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office.
  • 14th MDSS Pharmacy gets upgrade

    Serving 104,000 prescriptions to 18,000 beneficiaries can be a tough and stressful job.The 14th Medical Support Squadron’s pharmacy at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, has received $110,000 of new electronics and equipment to help with organization and fast customer service.“The pharmacy’s job is to keep the beneficiaries healthy and getting