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  • Low-key liaisons: product improvement managers

    Product improvement managers (PIM) are the Air Force’s link with the multitude of manufacturers and vendors that provide the parts and equipment and enable every mission to operate. They ensure that Airmen have what they need to accomplish the mission.

  • NDI detects near-invisible dangers

    Similar to how ultrasounds and x-rays are used to find issues in the body, these same techniques can be used to find surface and subsurface cracks along with abnormal wear and tear on aircraft that can be the difference between life and death. Maintainers from the 23rd Maintenance Squadron

  • TowFLEXX enhances Moody’s mission

    Agile Combat Employment capabilities are crucial to the modern fight. In an effort to create a lighter leaner footprint, save man hours, and support Lead Wing efforts, remote controlled tugs are being used to move aircraft around the flight line. Airmen from 23d Maintenance Group recently completed

  • A-10, B-1B Integrate in INDOPACOM

    A-10C Thunderbolt II pilots assigned to Moody Air Force Base’s 74th Fighter Squadron simulated their ability to employ Air Decoy Missile-160 Miniature Air Launched Decoys (MALD) in an integrated strike mission simulation with B1-B Lancers above the Philippine Sea during Operation Iron Thunder, Nov.

  • Lead Wing in the Pacific

    The 23rd Air Expeditionary Wing, Air Combat Command’s first certified Lead Wing, traveled from Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, to the Pacific Air Force’s domain to conduct exercise Operation Iron Thunder to share knowledge, hone logistics and operational expertise, and ensure a free and open