The Command Information program helps link Airmen and their leaders through a free flow of timely and accurate news and information. Its primary purpose is to tell the Air Force story. The program also explains how policies, programs and operations affect Airmen.
The public website is our primary information tool.
Here, you can find useful information and helpful links:
-Public Affairs and other important phone numbers
-Commanders Direct Line
-Latest stories from Moody, Air Combat Command, Air Force Link
-Biographies and factsheets
To publicize an event on the Moody public website, send all pertinent information to 23WG.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updates are constantly posted at www.moody.af.mil. All submissions must be received by noon on Thursday the week prior to the requested date of publication.
The Valdosta Daily Times has assumed publication responsibility of the Moody Volunteer, so submission doesn't guarantee publication. All articles or briefs are subject to editing. For more information, contact the 23rd Wing Public Affairs office at (229) 257-4146.
The Media Operations program maintains liaison with civilian media. They are responsible for receiving and responding to queries from news media to include local and regional media outlets. They coordinate arrangements for interviews with subject matter experts and are responsible for escorting them on the military installation. Additionally, they provide assistance with news conferences and facilitates media operation centers for contingency operations.
The Hometown News Service provides news releases about Army and Air Force people to newspapers, radio stations and television stations in their hometowns. Airmen can submit a Hometown News Release, electronically by clicking on this link.
Submissions can include a photo: minimum output 150 dpi, image size 4x5 to 5x7, JPEG format- compressed no lower than 60 percent, and saved as the submitter's last name.
Appropriate newsworthy events for submission include promotions, graduations, new assignments, awards, decorations, re-enlistments, retirements, etc.
Submissions are reviewed by 23d Wing Public Affairs before forwarding to the Army and Air Force Hometown News Service. Incomplete forms and non-compliant photos will not be approved.
The Community Engagement program is designed to integrate military and civilian communities to build public confidence and support for the U.S. Air Force.
The program serves as the main focal point of communication between local citizens and the base. Moody's Community Engagement program is heavily involved in coordinating and facilitating aerial requests, base tours and community and base events.
Requesting Community Engagement Program events