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  • Veterans recall decades of service

    Eddie Molett and Oscar Clayton, civilians assigned to the 37th Training Wing, are both veterans and have more than 100 years of combined federal service between the two of them.

  • Columbus AFB: A Heritage of Training

    For nearly 80 years, training pilots has been a cornerstone of Columbus Air Force Base’s rich history and a large part of Air Education and Training Command’s initiative and tradition to recruit, train and educate Airmen to deliver airpower for America.

  • Laughlin Heritage Corner: February

    The first month of the New Year is behind us, and the world now moves forward into February.February is an exciting month for time nerds like your wing historian—as it’s the shortest month of the year, and it’s the only month that varies in its days (with 28 or 29 days, depending on whether or not