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  • 9th AF/CC visits 93d AGOW

    Maj. Gen. Chad Franks, Ninth Air Force commander, visited the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing, Aug. 9, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Franks, who on separate occasions served as the commander for the 23d Wing and 347th Rescue Group, is a command pilot with more than 3,300 hours in multiple aircraft including HC-130J Combat King II and HH-60G Pave Hawk. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Eugene Oliver)
  • 11th ASOS inactivates after 24 years

    After 24 years of providing airpower to U.S. Army assets, the Air Force’s 11th Air Support Operations Squadron “Steel Eagles” assembled as a unit for the final time during an inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS “Steel Eagles” mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood as they absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue with the current mission of providing tactical air support to align with the “Brave Rifles” and any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver.
  • AGOW celebrates 10 years, looks to future

    Since 2008, the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing has been on the front lines of the global war against terrorism providing ground combat forces specially trained to integrate air and space power into the joint scheme maneuver. As the AGOW Spartans celebrate their 10th anniversary, they usher in changes within their organization that will not only focus on being trained and ready today, but simultaneously prepare them for the evolving threats of the future.
  • RAF trainer instructs CQB tactics

    The 820th BDG teamed with British Royal Air Force Sgt. Glenn Risebrow,15th Squadron senior noncommissioned officer in charge of training, in multiple training scenarios to help strengthen combined operations between U.S. and British forces.
  • 93d AGOW weathermen forecast desert success

    While many have attained the glory of leaving the battlefield as champions by outmaneuvering and overpowering their foes, some of the most historic battles have been decided by those who outwit their adversaries by exploiting weather and environmental conditions. Using their specialized meteorology skills, Air Force weather forecasters from the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing helped Army assets utilize Mother Nature during a month-long, rotation at the National Training Center in Ft. Irwin, Calif.