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  • CBRNE Olympics: racing to save lives

    For the first time, Airmen from Moody’s 23d Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) competed against each other to enhance their chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) capabilities during a CBRNE Olympics, June 21, here. During the competition, CES Airmen from all career fields built camaraderie by relying on their teammates to accomplish their objective of staying mission ready.
  • 11th ASOS inactivates after 24 years

    After 24 years of providing airpower to U.S. Army assets, the Air Force’s 11th Air Support Operations Squadron “Steel Eagles” assembled as a unit for the final time during an inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS “Steel Eagles” mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood as they absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue with the current mission of providing tactical air support to align with the “Brave Rifles” and any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver.
  • 93d AGOW commander tours 820th BDG

    Col. Paul Birch, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing (AGOW) commander, toured the 820th Base Defense Group to gain a better understanding of their overall mission, duties and comprehensive capabilities.
  • 23d CES convoys to new experience

    For the first time at Moody Air Force Base, 820th Base Defense Group personnel equipped 23d Civil Engineer Squadron Airmen with convoy operations skills to efficiently perform mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicle roll-over simulator evacuations.
  • Firefighters hone 'Pave Hawk' rescue skills

    23d CES firefighters conducted a training scenario to evaluate their overall preparedness for properly shuting down and rescuing crew members from an HH-60G Pave Hawk.
  • Airmen ‘ignite’ innovation during Spark Tank

    Seven Moody Airmen pitched business ideas before a panel of 23d Wing and community leaders during the base’s first installment of the Air Force’s Spark Tank competition, June 15, here. Rivaling one of the most popular business shows where participants showcase their innovative concepts with the goal of winning financial support from the judges, these Airmen sought to do the same by aiming their ideas toward restoring readiness, cost-effectively modernizing the mission and driving innovation to secure the future.
  • Joint Civilian Orientation Course visits Moody

    The Joint Civillian Orientation Course (JCOC) visited Moody Air Force Base, Ga. to increase their understanding of the Air Force through engagements between armed forces and course members.
  • Honoring Old Glory

    Today we honor our nation’s flag. The first United States flag was created in 1776 based on a tiny pencil sketch done by President George Washington. He knew the new country he was preparing to lead into the future would need one symbol; a symbol that culminated the sense of pride and solidarity it took for our newly freed nation to break away from Great Britain. Just as our country received its birthright from people of many lands, so did the stars and stripes rise from several origins. With every meticulous stitch that Betsy Ross sewed, she wove one of our nation’s greatest and most recognizable symbols, the flag.
  • Be ready: hurricane season

    Around and round it goes, what it will do? No one knows. It’s big, it’s strong, and it’s fast, leaving nothing but destruction in its path. As we reflect on the devastation left from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Katia in 2017, it is important to know how to prepare and to develop a plan ahead of this year’s storms.
  • 23d WG leadership visits, DFAC, ILC

    Col. Jennifer Short, 23d Wing Commander and Chief Master Sgt James Allen, 23d WG command chief, toured the Georgia Pines Dining Facility and the Information Learning Center to gain a better understanding of their overall mission, capabilities, and comprehensive duties.