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  • Columbus AFB Spark Cell shares best practices with Tinker AFB Airmen

    The Columbus Air Force Base Spark Cell is leading the way across the Air Force for what an innovation lab should be, so much so, that a team from Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, visited Columbus AFB Feb. 13 to gain insight of how to develop a spark cell at their base.
  • "Alley Cats" lead the way in T-1 pilot production

    Last year, the 48th Flying Training Squadron “Alley Cats” were the leading creator of Air Force pilots, graduating 233 pilots.
  • What’s a 1Charlie?

    Student and instructor pilots line the step desk as they organize their first flights for the day; through the window, the Mississippi sun can be seen casting a golden glow on aircraft as maintainers inspect and prepare them for launch.
  • Innovation, Collaboration Between Columbus and Keesler AFB's

    The Columbus Air Force Base Spark Cell is designed to be a creative hub for innovative minds to cultivate ideas. The need of innovation at Columbus AFB led to a partnership with the 333rd Training Squadron at Keesler AFB, Mississippi, to create new processes and contribute different concepts.
  • 14th CS brings forward new programs, software for pilot training

    Whether someone is picking up their 10th phone call in the morning, sifting through the past week’s emails or going online to check if their ribbon rack is up to date, there’s nothing connected on base without the 14th Communications Squadron.
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