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  • RAF officer brings skills to BDG

    After nearly 14 years of service in the Royal Air Force, Flight Lieutenant Chris Bradshaw has traveled 4,300 miles from the Force Protection Force of the RAF Regiment to share his expertise with the 820th Base Defense Group, here. As part of a larger exchange program between the RAF and U.S. Air Force that encompasses positions from the Pentagon down, Bradshaw currently holds the position of director of operations at the 824th Base Defense Squadron.
  • Digital Airport Surveillance Radar identifies, locates aircraft

    Did you know the 23d Wing has a radar system that services the airspace around Moody as well as eight other local airports? The digital airport surveillance radar identifies aircraft up to 240 nautical miles away and transmits their location to radar approach control air traffic controllers, who monitor all aircraft arriving and departing the eight airports as well as aircraft flying through Moody’s airspace.
  • SLO links families, schools during pandemic

    Whether parents choose remote learning, homeschooling or in-person schooling, Moody Airmen can rest assured knowing there’s one person who will advocate for their children’s education during the global pandemic. Moody’s child and youth education specialist, also known as the school liaison officer, offers guidance and support regarding academic options for military-affiliated students in order to ensure Moody’s Airmen and their families make informed decisions on the vast academic options available.
  • Airman protects lives, receives medal

    Late in the evening of early May, one Airman jumped into action, remembering his training, after spotting the luminous flash of a burning house in Valdosta, Georgia. Tech. Sgt. Johnathan O’Connor, 23d Operations Support Squadron NCO in charge of the combat intelligence cell, responded without hesitation, saved two lives and received an Air Force Commendation Medal to commend his efforts.
  • Mobil Tiger V tests Airmen capabilities

    Team Moody hosted Mobil Tiger V for multi-capable Airmen to expand their skills Aug. 12 - Aug. 13, here. Mobil Tiger is an agile combat employment exercise designed to integrate critical expeditionary skills from several functional areas to accomplish missions downrange with minimal resources.
  • MCA expands skills, increases lethality

    The 23d Wing hosted its first Multi-Capable Airmen course May 4 - June 2, here. MCA is derived from the Air Force's Agile Combat Employment concept to provide a more lean and agile team.
  • Team Robins receives 18,000 pounds of hand sanitizer

    The 78th Air Base Wing and the 461st Air Control Wing teamed with four wings across the Air Force to receive a large donation of hand sanitizer May 29.
  • Moody prepares for hurricane season

    Hurricane season officially begins today and there are many ways Moody Airmen and families can prepare themselves and remain informed. The 23d Civil Engineer Squadron Emergency Management Flight wants Team Moody to stay educated and prepared to weather any storm.
  • Moody Airman saves life, receives medal

    On his way to work in November 2019, Staff Sgt. Trey Dome, 723d Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, spotted an accident that included a car and school bus. Dome responded without hesitation, saved a life and is set to receive an Air Force Achievement Medal to commend his efforts
  • 347th RQG operations evolve

    Although COVID-19 has drastically changed day-to-day operations around the world, the responsibilities of rescue Airmen have not changed, just evolved. In order to stay mission ready, the 347th Rescue Group continued training while implementing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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