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  • Industry day builds relationships

    Military installations across the world thrive on the support from their local communities. The 23rd Contracting Squadron hosted an Industry Day to foster their relationships with the local community by gathering wing leadership, small business contractors and city and county officials Feb. 9, 2023,

  • VR enhances maintenance training

    The 23rd Maintenance Group Innovation Cell hosted a grand opening for a maintenance virtual reality room at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, Feb. 1, 2023. The 23rd MXG partnered with Mass Virtual and Air Education and Training Command’s Integrated Technology Platform team to implement VR training for

  • Moody gives parents a break

    Sometimes, after a long day of work, we need a moment to relax. Sadly, there is rarely enough time to take a break from the stresses of parenting.Fortunately, the Give Parents a Break program provides free childcare for parents who are subject to unique stresses due to the nature of military life,

  • PJs bring calm to chaos

    The 38th Rescue Squadron conducted a Mass Casualty Full Mission Profile exercise at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, Jan. 19, 2023 to enhance PJ’s capabilities and test the critical skills they may find themselves needing.

  • School liaison advocates for military kids

    Between moving schools and adjusting to new environments, military children can face an array of challenges as a dependent. The 23rd Force Support Squadron’s school liaison is available for just that – to ease families’ transitions to new installations.The mission of the school liaison program is to

  • Vehicle maintenance keeps the wheels turning

    The 23rd Logistic Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance flight services over 440 vehicles on base, ensuring a constant flow of working vehicles for Moody’s operations.

  • Thomasville JROTC tours Moody AFB

    Team Moody Airmen gave Thomasville High School JROTC cadets an inside look at the Attack-Rescue-Prevail mission! This peek into the operational Air Force not only showed them the career opportunities available but allowed cadets to experience day-to-day military operations.

  • 23 IGI leads the way, ensures mission readiness

    At Moody Air Force Base, it's common to see security forces or base defense group Airmen defending the installation. It’s also expected to see A-10C Thunderbolt II or HH-60W Jolly Green II aircrews constantly flying and preparing for missions downrange. But one might wonder who inspects the various

  • MWD retires, moves to furever home

    A military working dog assigned to the 23rd Security Forces Squadron retired after six years of service at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, Jan. 13, 2023. During his retirement ceremony, Timo received the Military Working Dog Certificate of Meritorious Service for his dedication to the U.S. Air Force.

  • Moody, Lowndes Fire benefits from aid agreement

    Since October of 2021, the 23rd Civil Engineer Squadron and the Lowndes County Fire Department have conducted emergency operations together under the automatic aid agreement. While the automatic aid agreement is able to provide structural firefighting training and experience for Team Moody’s