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  • 14th OSS welcomes new commander

    Lt. Col. Jennifer Prouty, 14th Operations Support Squadron commander, took command of the 14th OSS at a change of command ceremony on Aug. 3, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.
  • RAWS training maintains peak performance Airmen

    Aircraft at Columbus Air Force, Mississippi, rely on radar and communication systems when navigating the skies; and the Airmen that maintain those systems must ensure they do so in a safe manner, often having to climb 100 feet to assess the equipment.
  • Airman receives AETC-level Pitsenbarger award for heroic efforts

    Earlier this month, Senior Airman Dylan Fivecoate, 14th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controller, was announced as the Air, Education and Training Command winner for the 2019 Air Force Sergeants Association Pitsenbarger Award.
  • Day or night: Weather flight keeps Airmen safe

    Mississippi weather is known to have spontaneous or seemingly odd weather patterns that gives the 14th Operations Support Squadron Weather Flight challenges to overcome.
  • RAWS helps Columbus AFB planes roar through the skies

    Flying without a radio is extremely difficult and extremely dangerous just as flying headfirst into a storm can be a risky endeavor, but the 14th Operations Support Squadron Radar, Airfield and Weather Systems (RAWS) Flight knows exactly what it takes to keep pilots aware and communicating effectively.
  • Eyes on the skies: Weather Flight always on watch

    Severe rainstorms, hail or tornadoes, the 14th Operations Support Squadron’s Weather Flight has seen it all on their radars, here.
  • Airfield management, civil engineer team identify hole on T-1 ramp

    Hundreds of aircraft take off and land on Columbus Air Force Base weekly, which makes the foundation on which these aircraft park and taxi very important.