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  • 93d AGOW stands up operations support squadrons

    The transformation from a community to a weapons system has required a new way of thinking and approaching the TACP mission sets. To support the TACP major weapon system and ensure the Air Force provides this no-fail capability to the Army, the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing stood up two new squadrons in place of the 712th ASOS and its sister squadron, the 682d ASOS. The new operations support squadrons activated last year will relieve the burden of support from ASOS commanders and allow them to focus on the TACP major weapon system missions.
  • Moody Pharmacy improves customer service, reduces wait time

    We are pleased to announce and share with our 23d Medical Group Pharmacy Beneficiaries, the 23d Medical Group Pharmacy continues to make improvements to increase efficiencies, dispense safe pharmaceuticals, and provide a positive experience to all of our 27,000 beneficiaries. Here are a couple improvements we recently made and a few other
  • Digital Abuse in Teen Dating Violence

    Digital dating abuse!  Are you a victim?  Parents are you aware? According to www.loveisrespect.org, digital dating abuse is the use of technologies such as texting and social networking to bully, harass, stalk or intimidate a partner.  This behavior is a form of verbal or emotional abuse perpetrated online.  33% of teens in the United States are
  • Trash excuses today, recycle for tomorrow

    With January upon us, of course, most people are looking for ways to become the best, healthiest version of themselves, so why not take this opportunity to start or set an earth-friendly goal of reducing your carbon footprint in the New Year.
  • Fire Safety shares holiday tips

    According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there are simple life-saving steps individuals can take to ensure a safe and happy holiday. By following some of the outlined precautionary tips, individuals can greatly reduce their chances of becoming a holiday casualty. Every year, fires occurring during the holiday season claim the lives of over 400 Americans, injure 1,650 more, and cause over $990 million in damage.
  • 23 Wing chaplains host resiliency hike

    Comprehensive Airman Fitness, as a program, is designed to equip Airmen with the tools necessary to stay resilient in today's fight.  However, some of our Airmen long for a more personal style of mentoring and coaching.  This is what the 23d Maintenance Group Religious Support Team learned while providing squadron focused warrior care in the
  • Air Force offers options to new moms

    Expectant and new parents are faced with many decisions in choosing what is best for their child. Will they sleep in their own crib or co-sleep? Vaccinated or not? And one of the many questions, should they be breast or formula fed? While the answer differs with individual circumstances, my family chose the path of breastfeeding because it can provide many benefits for both myself and our baby, and due to Air Force regulations, I have been able to continue my choice while serving as an active duty Airman.
  • Airmen see unique perspective on Air Force expeditionary unit

    The final day of Emerge Moody was comprised of a tour of the 820th Base Defense Group. This was one day in particular that I was really looking forward to. Until this day I had only a general idea of what the 820th BDG mission was. Upon completion of this day, I would have an entirely new outlook on the organizations capabilities, their personnel
  • Mission ready equals inspection ready: No seriously

    “Mission ready equals inspection ready.” This mantra is reiterated by many inspector general professionals, at all levels, when trying to communicate the new Air Force Inspection System. Do we, the IG, really believe this? Does the Wing Commander’s Inspection Program reflect our mantra? Unfortunately, this statement is too often met with
  • Civil engineer gains rescue perspective

    Emerge Moody was able to experience its first taste of the rescue side of the house beginning with opening remarks from two of the four squadron commanders within the 347th Rescue Group on March 9, 2017, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga.Lt. Col. Gary Symon, 71st Rescue Squadron commander, began by explaining that the 347th RQG is a triad of combat
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