Team Moody’s 23d Wing and 93d Air Ground Operations Wing worked alongside various units and military branches while demonstrating their capabilities during a surge exercise.
For the first time, the wing-wide readiness assessment conducted by the installation’s Inspector General team allowed each group’s designated Wing Inspection Teams and group leads to separately inspect their mission capabilities.
The 23d Medical Group utilized this innovative system of self-sustainment by promoting more efficient and effective medical practices.
While the 23d MDG fended off pathogens, the 23d Maintenance Group helped propel the 23d and 476th Fighter Group’s A-10C Thunderbolt II pilots to defend the skies. Moody’s A-10 pilots also shared air space with F-16CM Fighting Falcon pilots from Shaw Air Force Base’s 55th Fighter Squadron and partnered with various Joint Terminal Attack Controllers to perform close-air support missions.