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  • Mosaic Tiger 22-1 highlights ACE in austere locations

    Although the Mosaic Tiger 22-1 exercise operated mainly from Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, its success would not have been possible without simulated contingency locations. Among many things, this Lead-Wing exercise tested the ability of purpose-built rescue and attack assets to conduct operations

  • From crash to recovery: Pilot, maintainers show resilience

    A pilot climbs into the cockpit of an aircraft, which looked much different than it did on the day a catastrophic gun malfunction stopped the landing gear from deploying and ripped off the canopy mid-flight. On a basic surface attack in 2020 Capt. Bye, 75th Fighter Squadron chief of standardization

  • Moody Hosts 505th CCW for C2 Training

    Moody's 23rd Wing is fully embracing the lead-wing concept through its adoption of an A-staff and is working to apply that concept in accordance with the command and control framework.

  • DICE kits to assist intel analysts

    The 23rd Wing is one of the first lead wings to implement the Deployed Intelligence Combat Element (DICE) kit in an effort to support Agile Combat Employment. The DICE kit allows intel analysts to establish secure communications downrange with a smaller footprint in the area of responsibility.

  • Team Moody conducts active shooter exercise

    Moody held its annual active shooter exercise to prepare Airmen and civilians throughout the base for a potential armed threat. Team Moody first responder worked in coordination with Lowndes County Sheriffs special response team to conduct a realistic exercise to test the installation on lockdown