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  • Moody AF Ball celebrates heritage, history

    Team Moody celebrated the Air Force’s 71st birthday during the annual Air Force Ball, Sept. 15, 2018, in Valdosta, Ga. The ball recognized the service’s inception on Sept. 18, 1947, when President Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947, which established the USAF as a separate military service.
  • ACC wins three trophies in Defender Challenge 2018

    Air Combat Command (ACC) placed second overall, ultimately collecting three trophies, at the 2018 Defender Challenge, Sept. 10-13, at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis, Texas. The weeklong all-star competition pitted 14 six-man security forces teams from all U.S. Air Force major commands, Great Britain and Germany. Each of the entities were evaluated during dismounted operations, combat endurance relay and weapons competition.
  • Moody makes some noise during Diversity Day

    Team Moody hosted the 23d Wing Diversity Day, Sept. 14, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Diversity Day honored the cultures of all groups and organizations observed by the Department of Defense using forms of expression such as poems and native dances. The theme of this year was ’Many Cultures, One Voice: Stronger Through Inclusion And Equality’.
  • 334th AEG pre-position for Florence response

    The 334th Air Expeditionary Group launched HC-130J Combat King IIs, HH-60G Pavehawks, aircrew and support personnel to pre-position at Joint Base Charleston, S.C., for potential Hurricane Florence response, Sept. 15, 2018, here.
  • Hurricane Season Preparedness

    September marks the height of hurricane season. Prepare now and beat the rush for supplies and shelter. Don’t forget personnel that may need additional assistance due to injury or illness
  • Moody A-10 engine maintainers make history

    For the first time, Moody’s 23d Maintenance Squadron’s (MXS) propulsion flight accomplished an unprecedented feat by ensuring every TF34 engine in their fleet is repaired to serviceable status. This readiness level relinquishes the need for the flight to perform maintenance on their current A-10C Thunderbolt II engine assets. While they normally maintain the 74th and 75th Aircraft Maintenance Unit’s engines in support of Moody’s close-air support mission, the backshop will now centralize their TF34 repair efforts to assist other bases and Major Commands to include Reserve and National Guard units. This has allowed the 23d MXS to play a vital role in helping secure an Air Force-wide 200 percent ‘war-ready’ engine status, the highest in the TF34’s 40-year history.
  • Shooters get schooled

    Teams of Airmen move in and out of cover while under fire. Less than 15 feet from the enemy, one of the Airman’s primary weapons jams. Without hesitation, in one fluid motion, he slings his rifle, draws his pistol and quickly eliminates the threat. Airmen from various career fields within the 93d Air Ground Operations (AGOW) traveled to Smoky Hill Air National Guard Range, Kan., to participate in a course that made techniques like this second nature. The gun course was held Aug. 26-31, which incorporated their specific duties as tactical air control party (TACP) members and security forces personnel and built on their gunfighting skills.
  • Lieutenant colonel sets sights on marksman victory

    In the midst of countless rounds exploding across the firing range, his sights are set on one thing, the target. To the left and right of him are some of the nation’s best marksmen, but he’s ready. Prepared, he exhales and fires shot after shot hoping to leave his mark on what many consider to be “America’s World Series of the Shooting Sports.” When the gunfire ceased and the smoke cleared, Lt. Col. Robert Davis, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing (AGOW) director of complaints resolution, won first place in the metric prone grand aggregate category during the 2018 National Rifle Association (NRA) National Smallbore Rifle Championships, in Bristol, Ind.
  • Pre-Ranger course readies Airmen for ‘real deal’

    Instructors evaluated Airmen during a Pre-Ranger Assessment Course (Pre-RAC), Aug. 24-26, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Moody’s 93d Air Ground Operations Wing hosted the three-day assessment which challenged approximately 20 Airmen from the 93d AGOW and 23d Wing on their physical fitness, land navigation skills, leadership qualities, water confidence and academic and tactical abilities under duress. The evaluation is designed to determine whether Airmen are ready to attend the Air Force Ranger Assessment Course held at Fort Bliss, Texas.
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