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  • College education opportunities for military members

    To many people college education has traditionally been thought of as a full time endeavor at a fixed location, something not readily available to military members with jobs and unexpected moves.However opportunities to improve academically while maintaining military responsibilities abound for those in the Air Force who seek to excel.Every member
  • OSC changes to CSC, welcomes all Team BLAZE spouses

    Recently the Officer's Spouses Club passed an amendment to change to the Columbus Spouses Club and it now welcomes all Team BLAZE spouses into the organization.Andrea Caswell, president of the CSC, said the organization is open to spouses of officers, enlisted, civilians and contractors.Mrs. Caswell said the initiative to change the organization
  • Fire Prevention Week kicks off with open house

    The members of the 14th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Protection Flight kicked off Fire Prevention Week with a parade and open house Oct. 2. The National Fire Prevention Agency's theme for 2010s' Fire Prevention Week is "A noise you can live with," focused on educating both the young and old about the importance and maintenance of smoke
  • Airman of the Week: Staff Sgt. Demetress Wright

    Name/unit: Staff Sgt. Demetress Wright, 14th Medical GroupJob title: NCOIC Dental LogisticsTime at Columbus AFB: 2 yrsTime in Service: 10 yrsHometown: Chicago, Ill.Career goals: Retire from the military and become an elementary school teacher.Family members: Married 7 yrs, two children, daughter and son,Favorite musician: Fred HammondFavorite
  • IMSO guides, cares for international students

    Every year hundreds of students graduate from Columbus Air Force Base and earn their silver wings. While most head off to another part of the country to continue training, some return to their homes - to countries ranging from Japan, to Iraq.These international students spend over a year working alongside and learning with U.S. students, all the