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  • Exchange Offers Many Hidden Values to Service Members

    The Columbus AFB Exchange may be small, but it offers the value of larger stores without the lines. Take advantage of savings at your local BX and your money will be reinvested into the base. AAFES offers a variety of ways to save money. Gas prices on base, for example, are matched to that of the cheapest in the local area, and the gas at the
  • Columbus BX set for renovation

    The Columbus Base Exchange will join the rest of the base in taking advantage of Army and Air Force Exchange Service renovation funds soon. According to Base Exchange General Manager Jerry Herron, the first renovations will begin in the beginning of December, starting with Military Clothing Sales Store, which will triple in size. The renovations
  • Motorcycle/Driver Safety Awarness Month

    May has finally arrived, and with it brings warm weather, blue skies, and the perfect time to get on a motorcycle and take a ride - May also is our annual Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. So, what makes this Campaign different than any other May Safety Campaign? The title says it all. Far too many car-motorcycle crashes are the result of
  • 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 along side and learning with U.S. students, all the
  • Looking back on CAFB's Striking Snakes

    Each of the six flying training squadrons located at Columbus AFB has a unique history. While some squadrons dedicate a single room to their heritage, the 50th Flying Training Squadron "Striking Snakes" displays their heritage with pride along the walls of their hallways. The 50th Flying Training Squadron began as the 50th Pursuit Squadron Jan. 5,