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Sgt. Michael Kropiewnicki, U.S. Marine Corp combat videographer, launched a Scan Eagle unmanned aerial vehicle during an exercise at Yuma, Ariz., in 2006. The 820th Security Forces Group will begin using Scan Eagle as part of a user evaluation of the Ground Situational Awareness Toolkit in March. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by  by Sgt. Guadalupe Deanda) 820th SFG to use new enemy-locating technology
The 820th Security Forces Group once again is proving to be on the cutting edge of military technology after recently being selected as the first Air Force unit to purchase and deploy the Ground Situational Awareness Toolkit. The GSAT kit, consisting of the Scan Eagle unmanned aerial system and ShotSpotter gunfire acquisition technology, will allow
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2007
The Moody Child Development Center was recently recognized as the top child care center in Air Combat Command. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Moody CDC recognized as best in ACC
Proving again they're the 'best of the best,' the Moody Air Force Base Child Development Center recently received top honors in Air Combat Command. This is the second year the CDC has been recognized as being the best in its command. Last year the center received top honors in Air Force Special Operations Command. The success can be attributed to
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2007
Staff Sgt. William Lawson, 38th Rescue Squaron pararescueman, gains control of a protective sled used in the airdrop of the Hard Duck off the coast of Key West, Fla. An H-Duck is a fully-inflated zodiac raft that is dropped out of an HC-130 and can help PJ’s save valuable time during rescue efforts in the water. The 71st and 38th Rescue Squadrons also combined efforts to test the advanced rescue craft process, which involved deploying a personal watercraft. (U.S. Air Force photo Senior Airman Javier Cruz) 347th RQG enhances life-saving capabilities
The 347th Rescue Group combined efforts to expand their combat search and rescue capabilities during a recent three-day test to Key West Naval Air Station, Fla. The 71st and 38th Rescue Squadrons tested both the Hard Duck and Advance Rescue Craft processes; two techniques designed to increase the efficiency of rescue missions over-water, where
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2007
Senior Airman Jose Fuentes, a crash recovery specialist with the 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Moody AFB, Ga., performs an operational checkout of a landing gear system on an HC-130P during an Isocronal inspection Jan. 8. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Inspecting the gadgets

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2007
Staff Sgt. James Parkis and his military working dog, Ffifteen, take a break after agility training Dec. 28, 2006. Sergeant Parkis and Ffifteen are assigned to the 824th Security Forces Squadron, Moody AFB, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Sniffing out danger

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Senior Airman Dwight Madero, propulsion specialist with the 723rd AMXS, shuts down an HC-130P engine during a maintenance run Jan. 9. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Ready to go

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2007
Dr. Haithe Anderson, 23rd Wing historian, researches historical documents at her office Wednesday. Moody is currently preparing base civilian employees for the implementation of the National Security Personnel System Jan. 21. The system will update civilian payment and career advancement practices. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Moody prepares to implement NSPS
More than 295 of Moody's 350 government service civilian employees are preparing to convert to the National Security Personnel System, a new civilian payment and career advancement system that starts Jan. 21. NSPS features a transition from a legacy to a pay-for-performance system, where civilians have increased accountability and opportunities to
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2007
Capt. Nicholas Payne, 23rd Aerospace-Dental Squadron, reads a digital X-ray during a recent exam. Using a soft-bristle toothbrush and applying less pressure when brushing can help prevent tooth abrasions, which can cause severe discomfort. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Schelli Jones) Moody dentists: brushing lightly prevents abrasions
Base dental professionals are encouraging Team Moody members to pay attention to the type of toothbrush they are using and be cautious when brushing to prevent a potentially serious tooth condition. They recommend using a soft-bristle or electric toothbrush and to watch the amount of pressure applied when brushing teeth to prevent tooth abrasions.
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2007
Staff Sgt. Corodney Hunter holds his daughter Jamari at the security forces homecoming ceremony Dec. 14 at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Deployed members from the 820th Security Forces Group, 23rd SFS and Texas Air National Guard returned home early from their deployment in order to spend the holidays with family and friends. Sergeant Hunter is assigned to the 824th Security Forces Squadron here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Rissmiller) 
Moody welcomes SFS Airmen home for holidays
"I'll be home for Christmas ..." has a new meaning to several deployed security forces Airmen returning Thursday from Iraq after almost six months, just in time to spend their holidays at home. The team, comprised of more than 160 Moody Airmen from the 820th Security Forces Group, 23rd Security Forces Squadron and the Texas National Guard, deployed
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2006
(From left) Lisa Broussard, Joy Myers, Antonette Johnson and Jennifer Slatery, participants in the Inching Toward Iraq Program, exercise in Moody’s Quiet Pines housing community. Even though the program has concluded, these women continue to find motivation to pursue a healthy lifestyle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Eric Schloeffel) Inching Toward Iraq helped change lives
While the experience of temporarily being apart from a deployed spouse can often cause stress, a group of Team Moody spouses decided to overcome the negative feelings through exercise, positive social networks and dedication to a healthy lifestyle. This goal, accomplished through the Inching Toward Iraq program, not only vastly impacted the health
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2006
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