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  • OHWS keeps pilots healthy, in air

    Taking a proactive approach to pilot wellness versus a reactive response to injury is proving to be vital in maintaining operational readiness for the 23rd Fighter Group pilots at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia.

  • Moody, AERONet enhances partner nations’ airpower

    In an effort to support national strategic priorities by building partnerships and coalition interoperability, Air Combat Command enlisted Team Moody to work closely with military members from Colombia, Nigeria, Thailand, and Tunisia to demonstrate the capabilities of Airborne Extensible Relay

  • AFCP connects Moody, greater Valdosta

    “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” This African proverb describes the symbiotic relationship between Moody and the surrounding community. The Air Force Community Partnership Program fosters that relationship and further seeks to find solutions and shared

  • First female aviator receives Kolligian Trophy

    In April 2020, during a routine training sortie, Capt Taylor Bye’s A-10’s gun experienced a catastrophic failure, her canopy was sent soaring through the sky during flight and forced her to decide to either eject or attempt a gear-up “belly” landing. apt. Capt. Bye, an A-10C Thunderbolt II pilot

  • Australian, New Zealand JTACs train at Moody

    Members of the Royal Australian Air Force, Australian Army and New Zealand Army recently spent time training here at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. In order to effectively build communication and strengthen mission success, both ally nations sent Joint Terminal Attack Controller teams to train with

  • FY21 DAF Safety Awards Announced

    The Department of the Air Force recently released the fiscal year 2021 annual safety awards. These awards provide organizations, teams, and individuals the opportunity to be recognized for their hard work, enhanced performance, accomplishments, and feats in safety. Air Combat Command's 93d Air