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  • Moody AFB prepares for Hurricane Ian

    In preparation for Hurricane Ian, Moody Air Force Base will be taking measures to ensure personnel are safe and aircraft remain sheltered and secure during potential destructive winds and rainfall.

  • 38th RQS hosts CSAR exchange with Egyptian forces

    The 38th Rescue Squadron teamed with Egyptian Naval and Air Forces during a combat search and rescue subject matter expert exchange.Egypt and the United States share a strategic security relationship, and engagements like this strengthens the security relationship at the strategic, tactical and

  • HH-60W Jolly Green II CSAR demo and IOC ceremony

    Air Rescue Association members, who were once part of the rescue community, attended a demonstration along with a ceremony to celebrate the HH-60W Jolly Green III meeting the criteria for initial operational capabilities and being postured for declaration.

  • Moody AFB celebrates 75th Air Force Ball

    U.S. Air Force Airmen and their families gathered for the 75th Air Force Ball at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, Sept. 17, 2022. The Air Force Ball celebrates 75 years of tradition and Airmen answering their nation's call to serve their country.

  • Team Moody celebrates new NCOs

    Members from across the base gathered to celebrate the newest staff sergeants from various career fields, Sept. 16, 2022, at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. Staff sergeant is the first rank in the non-commissioned officer tier, bridging the gap between Airmen and Senior NCOs.

  • Hurlburt Wing takes ACE C2 to the next level for Lead Wings

    For almost a decade, U.S. defense officials have deemed the return of great-power competition to be the most significant challenge to U.S. national security. As a result, the Department of Defense's leadership is taking bigger and bolder steps to maintain the U.S. military and technological edge

  • Team Moody remembers 9/11

    The 23rd Force Support Squadron hosted a 9/11 remembrance run to honor those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. The event lasted from reveille to retreat and members from around the base ran in 30-minute increments with the flag before passing it to the next group.

  • Hurlburt C2 SMEs enhance ACE LW exercise realism

    Over 1,000 personnel in multiple locations took part in exercise AGILE FLAG 22-2, testing the 23rd Wing’s ability to conduct agile combat employment, or ACE, operations during Air Combat Command’s first Lead Wing certification exercise.