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Myrtice Miller, 347th Communication Squadron publications and forms manager, searches for a file in her office recently. Ms. Miller has worked at Moody for 50 years and held a wide variety of positions. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Eric Schloeffel) Civilian provides 50 years of Team Moody service
One Team Moody member has worked on base longer than most Airmen have been alive. Myrtice Miller, 347th Communications Squadron publications and forms manager, recently reached her fiftieth year working at Moody, a rare milestone of experience filled with many memories and a variety of jobs. Ms. Miller was first hired to work in Moody's accounting
0 9/15
2006
Carla Johnson (second from left), Family Child Care licensed provider, helps Ryan Cook glue a dinosaur to his paper Monday at her home in base housing. Mrs. Johnson has been a certified provider for almost five years.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman S.I. Fielder) FCC needs at-home providers to care for children
The Family Child Care program is in need of at-home providers to care for Team Moody children. An alternative to center-based care, these child care providers offer options in government housing or affiliated off-base homes. "We have more than 100 children on the waiting list at the Child Development Center, so we need providers," said Rocanne
0 8/24
2006
Three T-38Cs fly in formation over Arlington National Cemetery, Va., to honor Col. Dennis Fanning, father of Lt. Col. Jon Fanning, 39th Flying Training Squadron. (Courtesy Photo) 39th FTS pilots show respect for fallen Airman
Six Moody pilots recently honored the passing of a fellow Airmen's father with a missing-man formation over the Air Force Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery, Va. Lt. Col. Christopher Sabo, Lt. Col. R.J. Stuermer, Maj. Daniel Fischer, Maj. Timothy Mangan, Maj. Michael Rowland and Maj. Roger Suro, 39th Flying Training Squadron pilots, flew the
0 8/24
2006
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Maj. Freddrick Hughes, Jr., 347th Logistics Readiness Squadron, prepares for one of the more than 80 convoys he helped conduct during his eight-month deployment to Iraq. Major Hughes'  dedication earned him the Bronze Star. (Courtesy Photo)
Major earns Bronze Star for combat heroism
By placing service before self, a 347th Logistics Readiness Squadron major earned the Bronze Star for combat heroism in the global war on terrorism. Maj. Freddrick Hughes, Jr., 347th LRS chief of combat readiness and acting director of operations, was awarded the medal for his dedication during an eight-month deployment to Iraq where he engaged in
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2006
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Maj. Freddrick Hughes, Jr., 347th Logistics Readiness Squadron, prepares for one of the more than 80 convoys he helped conduct during his eight-month deployment to Iraq. Major Hughes'  dedication earned him the Bronze Star. (Courtesy Photo)
Major wins Bronze Star for combat heroism
By placing service before self, a 347th Logistics Readiness Squadron major earned the Bronze Star for combat heroism in the global war on terrorism. Maj. Freddrick Hughes, Jr., 347th LRS chief of combat readiness and acting director of operations, was awarded the medal for his dedication during an eight-month deployment to Iraq where he engaged in
0 8/17
2006
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Tammy Turnmeyer, fitness center manager, helps her son Dane build with blocks at the Child Development Center Wednesday. The 347th Medical Group raised $1,051.60, mostly from spare change,during a recent fundraiser to help the Turnmeyer family with Dane's medical expenses. Dane, 3, suffers from a hypoplastic left heart, meaning the left side of his heart doesn't function. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Eric Schloeffel) Spare change makes difference
The 347th Medical Group recently proved the old cliché "every little bit helps," during a month-long fundraiser for a Team Moody family member. The 347th MDG gave a check for $1,051.60 to Tammy Turnmeyer, fitness center manager, to assist with her son's medical expenses. The money was raised primarily from small change placed in collection jars
0 8/17
2006
Pararescue men from the 38th Rescue Squadron, Moody AFB, GA and the 58th Rescue Squadron, Nellis AFB, NV jump from a C-130 for a High Altitude Low Opening (HALO) free fall drop from 12999 feet in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. PJs use a variety of jumps depending on the mission.  (U.S. Air Force Photograph by Staff Sgt. Jeremy T. Lock) Dropping equipment, saving lives is all part of a day in the life of a parachute
As a retired U.S. Navy pilot sat in a restaurant long after Vietnam War ended, he was confronted by a complete stranger. "You were shot down. You parachuted into enemy hands and spent six years as a prisoner of war." "How in the world did you know all that?" said retired Navy Capt. Charles Plumb to the stranger, according to
0 8/01
2006
MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Buddy Chapman, 347th Services Squadron here, shows off his 1965 Ford Mustang he bought after injuring himself during a rodeo in Germany and finding out he could no longer ride horses. Mr. Chapman, a retired chief master sergeant, has spent the last couple years rebuilding his classic car. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman S.I. Fielder) Mustang keeps retiree "horsing" around
A switch in "mustangs" helped a civilian employee here take a life-long passion to new levels of "horse"power. After 21 years riding horses and bulls, Buddy Chapman, 347th Services Squadron, traded in his rodeo gear for a mechanic's toolbox. While stationed in Germany, he lived at a horse farm that put on American style rodeos all over Europe. Mr.
0 6/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Moody civilian says goodbye for second time
For Thomas Neale a simple choice to join the Air Force led to an unexpected career. The 347th Comptroller Squadron budget analyst, who entered active-duty July 28, 1961, ended his 45-year military and civil service career when he retired April 28. In an era when many men were being drafted into the military, Mr. Neale chose to enter the Air Force.
0 5/05
2006
Senior Airman Lincy Hurtado gets help putting on her reserve parachute from Capt. Tara McLaughlin and Senior Airman Ashley-Ann Cady, while Senior Airman Polly-Jan Bobseine receives help from Capt. Lisa Vice. All are members of the 820th Security Forces Group here and earned their parachute wings. (Photo by Senior Airman S.I. Fielder) Several 820th SFG Airmen proudly wear jump wings while still showing a ...‘Softer side’
It’s three weeks of intense and demanding training. With the daily regiment of running more than three miles per day at a nine-minute per mile pace, only the most physically fit “jump” at the chance to apply. Using determination, motivation and courage as their platform for success, several 820th Security Forces Group Airmen here proved they had
0 4/28
2006
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