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Motor Vehicle Traffic Supervision - Distracted Driving Policy
WHO: All drivers on Moody Air Force Base
WHAT: No distracted driving, no use of hand-held devices (cell phone, communication device, photo/video device, GPS, etc.), seat belt use is enforced.
WHEN: Effective Immediately

  • Any citation issued in violation of “MAFBI 31-218, Chapter 9 on Distracted Driving” policy will result in 30-day suspension of driving privileges.
  • Per the O.C.G.A. 40-6-241 “Distracted Driving” in the state of Georgia, fines applicable of up to $150 and 3 points against driver’s license.
  • Security Forces will enforce traffic laws on base with DD Form 1408.
  • The use of phones behind the wheel continues to be one of the predominant forms of distractions for motorists, responsible for majority of traffic accidents.


WHO: ONLY open to people who are military affiliated (e.g., spouses, veterans, retirees, etc.)z
WHAT: Job opening for SAPR office
When applying...

  1. Be DESCRIPTIVE in your resume
  2. Use USAJOBS resume builder
  3. SPECIFICALLY discuss any experience you have working with victims of SA/SH
  4. Answer ALL the questions in the questionnaire
  5. ATTACH all documents to verify your affiliation



Domestic Violence Support Group "Surviving and Thriving"
-Who: Victims & Survivors of Domestic Violence
-What: Victim Support Group to provide resources, mental and emotional Support to Domestic Violence Victims. **Must call to sign-up for the event**
-Where: Chapel
-When: Every 3rd Wednesday
-Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-POC: Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (229-257-4805) (912-217-6661)


Newcomers Orientation
-Who: Incoming Family members and ADM
-What: Provide briefings for new members that have recently PCS'd to the base. Mandatory briefings are provided from the AFI mandatory subject matter expert agencies.
-Where: Moody Field Club
-When: March 12; March 26, 2024
-Time: 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
-POC: Camellia Jefferson (229-257-3333)


Pre Separation Brief
-Who: Service member, family members, DoD civilian employees
-What: Provides retiring, separating, and demobilizing members and their families with information regarding benefits and entitlements essential for a successful transition to the civilian community. By appointment only.
-Where: MFRC
-When: Feb. 26; March 14; March 19; April 1, 2024
-Time: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
-POC: Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Boots to Business
-Who: Active Duty, family members, DoD card holders
-What: Teaches valuable entrepreneurial education and training for transitioning service members and their spouses – providing participants with an overview of business ownership
-Where: ILC, Rm. 207
-When: April 2-3, 2024
-Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
-POC: Amy Thompson; Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Smooth Move Brief
-Who: Active Duty service member and family members
-What: Provide service members and their families with briefers such as Finance, EFMP, SLO, Housing, TMO, Tricare, etc., in order to provide a successful transition from one base to another
-Where: ILC, Room 201
-When: Feb. 29; March 14; March 28; April 11; April 25, 2024
-Time: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
-POC: Camella Jefferson (229-257-3333)


Bundles for Babies
-Who: Members and Families who are expecting
-What: Workshop providing education and referrals, by appointment only
-Where: Subject to change, keep a look out or call for updates
-When: April 9; June 12; Oct. 15; Dec. 11, 2024
-Time: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-POC: Kristen Donewar; Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Resilient Hearts
- Who: Service members and families
- What:  A class to build resilience for military affiliated personnel and to lift each other up.
- Where: M&FRC
- When: every other Wednesday (Starting Jan. 10)
- Time: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
-POC: Kristen Donewar; M&FRC


USA Jobs 101
-Who: Service members & family members
-What: Getting assistance setting up USA jobs profile. Learn step0by-step instruction – resume building, navigating the website, ensuring veterans and military spouses preferences are acknowledged.
-Where: M&FRC Training Room
-When: March 20; July 31; Sept. 11, 2024
-Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-POC: Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Private Sector Resume Writing
-Who: Spouses seeking employment (family members who are ID cardholders)
-What: This workshop will provide you with effective tips in writing resumes to find employment
-Where: M&FRC Training Room
-When: April 24, 2024
-Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-POC: Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Federal Resume Writing
-Who: Spouses seeking employment (family members who are ID cardholders)
-What: Teaches effective tips in writing a Federal Resume to help obtain federal employment
-Where: M&FRC Training Room
-When: March 18; May 1, 2024
-Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
-POC: Amy Thompson; Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


Fitness Improvement Program
-Who: Airmen
-What: Moody AFB Operational Support Team and Strength & Conditioning Coach will be running a fitness improvement program specifically designed for Airmen who need assistance meeting annual PFA and BCP standards. Will be going over a body movement assessment, 90-day total body training program, run program and planning, instruction on proper form, and individualized correctives as needed.
-Where: Base Fitness Center
-When: Every Tuesday and Thursday
-Time: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
-POC: Fitness Center (229-257-1621)


Biggest Loser Challenge
-Who: Anyone looking to lose weight
-What: Do you have what it takes to be the Biggest Loser? The person who loses the most weight will win a prize! Sign up at the Fitness Center front desk.
-Where: The Fitness Center
-When: Jan. 16 – March 15 (Initial Weigh-in Jan. 8-12; Mid Weigh-in Feb. 12-16; Final Weigh-in March 11-15)
-Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Key Spouse Initial Training
-Who: Spouses newly selected to serve as the Key Spouse for the Unit
-What: Mandatory training required for Key Spouses
-Where: ILC, Room 202
-When: March 8, 2024
-Time: 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
-POC: Military & Family Readiness Center (229-257-3333)


National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records (NPRC-MPR)

Active Duty and family members:  Do you know how to access military service member records?  The National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records (NPRC-MPR) is the repository of millions of military personnel, health, and medical records of discharged and deceased veterans of all services during the 20th century. If you are a veteran or next-of-kin of a deceased veteran, you may now use to order a copy of your military records. You can also call the National Archives at 314-801-0800 or use this website: using this website gets quicker results and they accept expedited requests.  This is a useful tool for ALL veterans, not just retirees! If you have any questions, please contact the Moody AFB Casualty office at 229-257-3265.



The ScriptCenter has moved!

It is now located at your 23D Medical Group, just inside the West entrance. New and Refill Medications can be accessed at the ScriptCenter 24 hours per day, 7 days per week! When activating new prescriptions, ask to have your pickup location be at the ScriptCenter.
Here’s how to enroll:
Select the “Enroll” button on the main screen
Ensure you have an active prescription number on hand
When prompted, enter your active prescription number including the letter just before the number using the touch keypad
Next, enter your full date of birth in the format of (MM/DD/YYYY)
Create your own unique User ID and 4 digit pin number (User ID must be between 6 and 15 characters
Select one of the three login methods when prompted)
If you have forgotten your LOGIN information:
Select “Enter RX number” button on the main screen
Ensure you have an active prescription number on hand
When prompted, enter your active prescription number including the letter just before the number using the touch keypad
Next, enter your full date of birth in the form of (MM/DD/YYYY)
Confirm the Prescription being received
Using the touch keypad sign for your prescription
Wait for the medication to dispense out of the machine (if item is in locker locate blue light and open bin)


MAFB is a NO Drone Zone

·Direct attention outward/upward to attempt to locate individuals holding a control or device that appears to be operations an SUAS.

·Report incident via radio or other available means and security forces response.

·Observe the SUAS and maintain visibility of the device, look for damage or other individuals.  Note that current battery life is between 20-30 minutes.

·Notice features of the SUAS. Identify the type of device (fixed wing/multi-rotor/remote controlled) size/shape/color/payload/video-camera equipment/activity of device.

·Execute appropriate law enforcement actions (23 SFS).  Stop, ID, interview, request Security Forces Investigations (S3I), or AFOSI response.

Report ALL drone and suspicious activities to 23d Security Forces (229)-257-3108. If safe to do so, maintain a visual to assist responders in locating.



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