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MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Senior Airman Schelli Jones, 23rd Wing photographer and her husband Senior Airman Merrill Jones, 23rd Civil Engeineering Squadron heating and air conditioning journeyman are a featured military couple for Valentine's Day here. The couple became engaged on Valentine's Day of 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Barker) Military couples reflect on relationships
As Valentine's Day approaches, it provides an opportunity for couples to reflect and build on their relationships.    Couples that are married military to military, however, find that their relationships can present new situations and adjustments that their civilian counterparts often don't encounter.   One Moody couple has made their adjustments
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MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Tech Sgt. Bridgett Johnson, 71st Rescue Squadron HC-130P radio operator, sings "Respect" by Aretha Franklin here Jan. 23. Sergeant Johnson has been selected to be a part of the 2008 Air Force touring ensemble known as Tops in Blue. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Barker) 71st RQS Airman sings way to 'Top'
A special ability or aptitude doesn't come naturally to everyone. A Moody Airman's natural gift, however, has led her to be selected to perform with Tops in Blue, the Air Force's touring performance ensemble, for its "Deja Blue" tour this year. Tech Sgt. Bridgett Johnson, 71st Rescue Squadron HC-130P radio operator, first took an interest in
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MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Mr. Fredrick Gillard, 23rd Services Squadron Freedom I Fitness Center janitor, stands in the Freedom I gym Jan 25.  Mr. Gillard was recognized by Col. Kenneth Todorov, 23rd Wing Commander, for his positive attitude and strong work ethic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Angelita Lawrence) Keeping Moody clean one smile at a time
Care taker, sanitary technician, cleaner or just plain "Fred." Fredrick Gillard Jr., 23rd Force Support Squadron Freedom I Fitness Center janitor, does not care what you call him; as long as you have time for a smile and a few kind words. Mr. Gillard, a Panama City, FL., native, has worked at the fitness center for more than a year. He previously
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MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Odin Stephens, wildlife biologist for the United States Department of Agriculture, catches an American kestrel Jan. 15 here. Stephens runs Moody's Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard program, keeping the flightline and airmen safe from bird strikes and other wildlife hazards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Barker) BASH program keeps birds at bay
At first glance, Odin Stephens looks out of character in his snake skin boots and deep country accent surrounded by a sea of uniformed Airmen here. However, Mr. Stephens fits into the Air Force mission just fine. He is a U.S. Department of Agriculture wildlife biologist in charge of the 23rd Wing Safety Office's Bird Avoidance Strike Hazard
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From left, Staff Sgts. Jacqlyn Sanchez, Crystal Hughes and Michael Jessup, all selected for the Nurses Enlisted Commissioning Program (NECP), make the change from Moody Air Force Base to Valdosta State University. The NECP is a program for enlisted Airmen to become commissioned nurses while maintaining active duty status. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gina Chiaverotti) Three enlisted Moody members accepted into NECP program
Three Moody Airmen recently traded in their boots for books as part of the Air Force's Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program.   Staff Sgts. Crystal Hughes, Michael Jessup and Jacqlyn Sanchez were recently accepted to the NECP, which allows enlisted Airmen to become commissioned nurses while still maintaining their active duty status.   Sergeant
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Former Command Chief Master Sergeant Henry Morgan receives applause before he speaks during his retirement ceremony here Dec. 14. Chief Morgan served 30 years in the United States Air Force. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Elizabeth Rissmiller) Command chief retires after 30 years of 'hard work'
Moody's top enlisted Airman laced up his combat boots for the last time Dec. 14 as he retired during a ceremony at the Moody Field Club. Command Chief Master Sgt. Henry Morgan transitioned to civilian life after more than 30 years of dedication to the Air Force mission, leaving behind the thousands of Airmen he has mentored, praised and touted as
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Capt. Jason Snyder, 41st Rescue Squadron chief of standardizations and evaluations, was the Air Rescue Association's 2007 Richard T. Kight award winner.  The ARA brings together members of the Air Force rescue community once a year for an awards banquet where they present the Kight award to an outstanding Airman.  (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Moody Airman recieves rescue communities' highest honor
A deployed Moody HH-60G Pave Hawk pilot received the Air Rescue Association's 2007 Richard T. Kight Award due to his outstanding support of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. Capt. Jason Snyder, 41st Rescue Squadron chief of standardizations and evaluations, earned the association's highest honor in deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Airman 1st Class Seth Novak competed at this years United
States Air Forces in Europe international swim competition placing first in
the 50-meter freestyle, second in the 100-meter freestyle and 1st in a
4-by-100-meter freestyle. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Brittany
Barker) Moody swimmer brings home European gold
Some of the greatest discoveries are made by chance. For instance, Steve Wojciechowski "walked on" to Duke Basketball and ended up leading them to a national championship. Fate took 22-year-old Airman Seth Novak by the hand three years ago when he was approached by a track coach at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. A few months later, he was part of the
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Buddy McNeal, USProtect gate guard, checks the identification of an incoming motorist Aug. 8. Mr. McNeal balanced family life with attending school and working full-time, and recently earned a commission to become an Air Force officer. He is slated to leave for pilot training at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss., in the fall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Eric Schloeffel) Moody security guard overcomes hectic schedule, slated to become AF pilot
A Moody gate guard will soon leave his post at the base's entrance to embark on a new career as an Air Force pilot. Buddy McNeal, a contracted security guard with USProtect, balanced full-time jobs at work and school for several years to follow his dreams of becoming a commissioned officer in the military. He earned his degree by taking classes at
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Senior Airman Justin Voorhees, 23rd Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, operates the manipulator arm on a bomb disposal robot Aug. 1 at the EOD flight’s offices.  Robots allow technicians to survey dangerous devices from a much safer distance. In the past, EOD technicians needed to put on a protective suit and visually inspect them. (U.S. Air Force photo By Tech. Sgt. Parker Gyokeres) 'Bomb Squad' uses tools, intelligence to battle GWOT
Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal experts are fighting a daily, deadly battle on the front lines of the Global War on Terror using the latest technology and the power of teamwork. A weapon commonly employed by insurgent forces in Iraq and Afghanistan is the improvised explosive device. The many methods used to create, conceal and control them
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