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  • BSC celebrates 52nd year of diverse care

    The commissioned and enlisted members of the Biomedical Science Corps are recognizing and celebrating their diversity and impact to the mission, here, during BSC Appreciation Week, Jan. 23-27. The BSC is a collection of 2,400 officers in 15 different medical specializations, supported by 5,800 enlisted members Air Force wide. These medical careers combined when a special order was signed by the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Jan. 28, 1965. That day, the BSC became the most diverse recognized corps in the Air Force medical services, dedicated to providing specialized trusted medical care to Airmen and their families.
  • 23d CES extinguishes night fire

    Team Moody’s 23d Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters performed nighttime, live-fire training, Jan. 10, here. This training prepares Airmen for the possibility of nighttime aircraft fire operations.
  • Moody sponsors Valdosta home

    Team Moody is starting the New Year off by partnering with Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a family in need during January, in Valdosta, Ga.Moody’s private organizations will be uniting squadrons, units, flights and groups to gather volunteers to build the home and leave their footprint by putting their organization’s coins in or on the
  • Multinational paratroopers fill NC skies

    North Carolina’s skies were filled with 4,000 paratroopers across the world during the 19th annual Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop. Every year, the Fort Bragg, N.C. community begins celebrating the holiday early by inviting their coalition partners to participate in the world’s largest annual multinational airborne exercise and give toys to children in need. U.S. Air Force and Army units worked alongside Canadian, Dutch, Botswanan, Czech, German, Italian, Polish, and Singaporean armed forces to strenghten coalition partnerships and hone airborne capabilities. Paratroopers participated in the event as 120 jumpmasters helped jumpers familiarize themselves with a multitude of aircraft and standardizations, which helped units to forge bonds to lessen cultural barriers.
  • Combating the threat: Moody holds active shooter exercise

    Moody Air Force Base participated in a biannual active shooter exercise here, Dec. 8. Airmen and civilian personnel went into complete lockdown for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Personnel and civilians took cover while the 23d Security Forces Squadron practiced response procedures to ensure readiness should an active shooter situation ever arise.
  • Airmen riot at Moody

    Moody hosted Georgia State Patrol’s Mobile Field Force semiannual riot control training, Nov. 16-17, here. The training consisted of a classroom portion and then an outdoor portion. The GSP used Moody’s facilities to ensure their readiness for riots while Airmen supported by participating as rioters.