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Chief Master Sgt. David Popp, Air Combat Command command chief master sergeant, greets Airman 1st Class Ava Turner, 822nd Security Forces Squadron, during his visit to Moody Tuesday and Wednesday. The chief visited numerous squadrons and spread his enthusiasm about the importance of Moody Airmen to the Air Force’s overall mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gina Chiaverottil)  
ACC Command Chief: Moody vital to AF mission
The top enlisted Airman in Air Combat Command visited here Tuesday and Wednesday, spreading his enthusiasm about the impact of Moody on the Air Force mission. As the Global War on Terrorism contributes to the high operations tempo, Moody Airmen are doing their part to meet the Air Force's increasingly demanding mission objectives, said Chief Master
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Airman 1st Class Marcos Dominguez and Staff Sgt. Brendon Holland, 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron mobility journeymen, prepare the helicopter support trailer to depart for Atlantic Rescue ‘07 at McDill Air force Base, Fla. Oct. 24, 2006. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sgt. Mona Ferrell) Helicopter support trailer provides rapid mobility to Moody maintainers
It appears to be just a plain grey box, with a drop down rear ramp and external lighting. There are no flashy unit murals or logos. In fact, there is no labeling on the trailer at all, other than a government license plate. This nondescript trailer, recently purchased by the 723rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron HH-60G Pave Hawk mobility and support
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Kathryn Thompson, managing director of American Eagle Communities, helps Lowell Klepper, 23rd CES deputy base civil engineer and Brianna McKay, cut the ribbon on her family’s new home Jan. 31. Brianna is the daughter of Tech. Sgt. Martin and Maria McKay. The family will be  moving into the three-bedroom 1,630 square-foot home as soon as community projects are completed.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gina Chiaverotti)  
Moody opens doors to new housing
Team Moody celebrated the completion of the first new single family housing units with a ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 31, at the new Magnolia Grove Housing area. The $52 million project provides 383 three and four-bedroom homes in Magnolia Grove, each with no less than 1,630 square feet of space. Dignitaries attending the ribbon cutting ceremony
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Default Air Force Logo Moody Tax center provides free filing, counsel services
The Moody tax center is officially open for business to provide free filing and counsel services to Team Moody members throughout the tax season. The center provides trained tax preparers available to eligible individuals at no cost, said Capt. Robert Leahy, 23rd Wing Judge Advocate office chief of contract law and legal assistance. "Individuals
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2007
Using new dental technology, a camera scans a casting or mold and sends an extremely high resolution three-dimensional image to the modeling computer.  The item needed is then created in a virtual environment and either transmitted to the Area Dental Lab, or created in-house on a precision milling machine. The $64,000 computerized milling system shortens the processing time to create crowns and bridges from six weeks to a couple of hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres)
New technology takes pain out of major dentistry
Dental work for deploying Moody Airmen that once took six weeks can now be accomplished at the dental clinic in a number of hours, thanks to a new computer-based system now in use. The $64,000 system frees the laboratory technicians from the time-consuming process of molding plaster, shaping wax, forging metal and then overlaying porcelain, said
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Default Air Force Logo AF improves unit climate assessment process
A revitalized unit climate assessment program is being implemented Air Force-wide in an effort to better assist commanders in determining the human relations climate within their organization. While the basic questions provided to the survey taker have not changed much, the new program provides the commander with a more specific breakdown to see
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Airman 1st Class Nadine Rudke, 823rd Security Forces Squadron fire team member,  guards the perimeter of a casualty collection point during a combat medical skills excercise held Jan. 19 at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) 823rd SFS hones combat-care skills through realistic training
Five Airmen lay broken, bleeding and screaming for help along the smoke obscured tree line, while gunfire cracks overhead and thunderous mortar blasts shake the ground at terrifyingly irregular intervals. Through the smoke, a dismounted squad urgently approaches. The scene that confronts them is a roll call of traumatic amputations, impalement and
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The 820th Security Forces Group is currently evaluating the Active Denial System, a non-lethal weapon designed to engage and repel human targets by projecting a beam of energy that creates an intolerable heating sensation on the skin. ADS can potentially give deployed Airmen another option to employ in the Global War on Terrorism. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gina Chiaverotti) 820th SFG evaluates non-lethal weapon
The 820th Security Forces Group is currently evaluating a long-range, non-lethal weapon system that could eventually save lives in the Global War on Terrorism. The Active Denial System is designed to engage and repel human targets by projecting a beam of energy that creates an intolerable heating sensation on the skin, said Tech. Sgt. John
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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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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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