• Columbus AFB celebrates Halloween

    Participants race against each other in a game during Boo Fest at the Club Oct. 26, 2019, on Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Halloween was brought to the U.S. by Irish and Scottish immigrants during the late 18th century to the early 19th century. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Hannah

  • Autocross hobbyists compete for fastest time on CAFB flight line

    Trekking out onto the flight line at Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, would normally entail the smell of jet fuel and the loud thunder of aircraft engines ready to take off, but on Aug. 17, something a little different was roaring at the edge of the runway.

  • Airmen gain new way of connecting with local community

    Members of the local community welcomed Airmen, friends and family members to the first Enlisted Partnership dinner Jan. 24 at Thai by Thai in Columbus, Mississippi. The Enlisted Partnership Program helps connect enlisted personnel with civic leaders from the Columbus-Lowndes community and provide

  • Columbus AFB, local community honors MLK

    Members of the local community and Columbus Air Force Base attended a Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Breakfast at the Trotter Convention Center in Columbus, Mississippi, Jan. 21. To kick off the commemoration breakfast the Columbus AFB Honor Guard presented the colors as Capt. Alisha Foster,

  • Palmer Home for Children visits Columbus AFB

    About 40 children and volunteers from the Palmer Home for Children in Columbus, Mississippi, visited Columbus Air Force Base Jan. 4. The visit, hosted by the 49th Fighter Training Squadron, began with a military working dog demonstration at the kennels on base. Afterward, the visitors continued to

  • 5-year-old experiences pilot for a day at Columbus AFB

    Tobias Taylor, a 5-year-old boy who suffers from cystic fibrosis, never lets any of his disadvantages slow him down and with the help of the Pilot for a Day program, Tobias got to experience something new Dec. 6, on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi.

  • Autocross returns to Columbus AFB

    Individuals participate in an autocross event Aug. 12, 2018, on Columbus AFB, Mississippi. Autocross is held on the SAC Ramp and is open to anyone with a valid driver’s license or at least 14 years old with a driver’s permit and accompanied by a licensed driver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st