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Staff Sgt. Natasha Jones is the Warrior of the Week for May 10. (U.S. AIr Force photo by Staff Sgt. Manuel Martinez) Warrior of the Week
Staff Sgt. Natasha Jones Unit: 23rd Comptroller Squadron Hometown: Atlanta, Ga. Hobbies: I enjoy bowling, reading, shopping and playing video games. How does your job impact the mission: I ensure Airmen receive all pay and allowances owed to them. If there is no money, there is no mission. Your money is our mission. Most memorable Air Force
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2007
Col. Joe Callahan is the outgoing commander of the 23rd Wing, Moody Air Force Base, Ga. He will be passing command to Col. Kenn Todorov in a ceremony May 11.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) His mission complete, 'The Boss' prepares for next role at ACC
Col. Joe Callahan will end his two-year tenure as the commander of the 23rd Wing May 11, when he hands the controls over to his current vice wing commander Col. Kenn Todorov and looks forward to his new role as Air Combat Command's deputy director of air and space operations. During his time here, he led the nation's premier combat search and
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2007
Staff Sgt. Meriles Curry, 23rd Aeromedical Dental Squadron dental technician, performs a tooth cleaning at the Moody Air Force Base Dental Clinic May 2.  Sergeant Curry was recently selected for the two-year Air Force Dental Hygiene Training Scholarship Program at Trident Technical College in Charleston, S.C. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Moody dental technician selected for prestigious 'Tooth U'
A Moody Air Force Base dental technician is one of only 10 Air Force-wide to be selected for a prestigious educational scholarship that will train her to become a licensed dental hygienist. Staff Sgt. Meriles Curry, 23rd Aeromedical Dental Squadron dental technician, was recently selected for the two-year Air Force Dental Hygiene Training
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2007
Rachel Clark is Fit to Fight (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Manuel Martinez) Fit to Fight
Rachael ClarkUnit: 23rd Medical Operations Squadron Fitness score: 92 Average week's workout: I exercise four to five times weekly. What motivates you to stay fit: My health and strength motivates me to stay fit. I am the youngest of five girls, and my older sister passed away at the age of 43 due to a massive heart attack. Fitness philosophy: My
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2007
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Airman Chris Clark, a HH-60G Pave Hawk aerial gunner with the 41st Rescue Squadron at Moody Air Force Base, stands near an exercise landing site at the Grand Bay Training Range April 25.  Moody aircrews train constantly for combat rescues in nearly every environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Angelita Lawrence) Rescue ready Airmen

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Col. Loraine Anderson and Chief Master Sgt. Betty Abraham, 23rd Medical Group, participate in the action during the 23rd MDG Combat Dining In April 20. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Rissmiller) Let's dine ...

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Nellis helicopters aid rescue efforts
A rescue helicopter and aircrew assigned here have deployed to assist in the rescue of hikers stranded on a mountain in southwest Utah. One HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter from the 66th Rescue Squadron and pararescuemen from the 58th RQS here departed at approximately 12:30 p.m. to Pine Valley Mountain in a second attempt to rescue three stranded
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Maintenance crews on the A-10 Thunderbolt II end their 12-hour duty day April 25 at the Al Asad Air Base, Iraq. The 438th Air Expeditionary Group A-10s perform 10 sorties daily providing top cover for ground forces in Iraq, with 900 sorties in this last four months. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cecilio M. Ricardo Jr.)
A-10 provides top cover for troops in Iraq
The catalysts behind one of the most kinetically advanced air forces in the world can be found at the 438th Air Expeditionary Group's maintenance and fighter squadrons. The Airmen assigned to these units employ their kinetic energy by flying the A-10 Thunderbolt II, an aircraft that provides close-air support to U.S. ground forces in Iraq. Select
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Survey asks Team Moody to weigh in on future growth
Every member of Team Moody is being asked to participate in the housing requirements and market analysis survey to help determine Moody Air Force Base's future housing requirements. The HRMA is a Department of Defense-level audit used to look at the local housing market and determine the amount of on-base housing needed to provide adequate,
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Staff Sgt. Jonathan Hobbs, 820th Security Forces Group sensor technician, uses a Z backscatter van to scan a suspect vehicle during a training exercise here April 23. Moody Air Force Base’s 820th SFG owns two of the $1.2 million vehicles, which interpret reflected X-rays to create highly detailed images of low-density materials such as explosives or drugs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) Backscatter technology leaves bad guys with no place to hide
Moody Air Force Base's 820th Security Forces Group is set to employ a new high-technology search system on the Global War on Terror that will help increase base security and deter acts of aggression against coalition forces. Known as the Z backscatter vans, the $1.2 million, 13,000-pound, lead-lined delivery truck uses low-power X-rays to detect
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