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Faces of Moody

Airmen do amazing things every day and each Airman has a story. Faces of Moody is a series that will highlight Moody Air Force Base Airmen who are vital to mission success. Each week a portrait paired with a short story or quote, will provide a glimpse into the lives of Moody's unique Airmen ... one story at a time.

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Airman First Class Gary Scott, right, 347th Operations Support Squadron (OSS) Aircrew Flight Equipment apprentice, breifs Col. Jennifer Short, 23d Wing commander, prior to a simulated lightweight inflatable decontamination walk, January 14, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Scott was recognized by Team Moody's leadership for his exceptional performance as an Airman.

Airman First Class Gary Scott, right, 347th Operations Support Squadron (OSS) Aircrew Flight Equipment apprentice, breifs Col. Jennifer Short, 23d Wing commander, prior to a simulated lightweight inflatable decontamination walk, January 14, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Scott was recognized by Team Moody's leadership for his exceptional performance as an Airman.


Airman First Class Gary Scott

“My parents instilled in me the values of leadership and work ethic. These are a lot of the same values that the Air Force has and represents. Since arriving at Moody I’ve strived to do everything I can to the best of my ability and to stand out as an Aircrew Flight equipment troop. I’ve always loved helping others in any way that I can, and I like knowing that I help make a difference and positive impact to something or someone else. Volunteering and stepping out of the normal everyday job duties definitely helps set me apart from my peers and at same time I’m bettering myself and those around me. It’s very rewarding to be recognized by my leadership and it just gives me even more of a drive to just keep getting better and better with each and every opportunity that comes my way.”