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  • 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

  • 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.

  • Firefighters combine forces, improve life-saving skills

    Firefighters from the 23d Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) along with firefighters from the Valdosta Fire Department (VFD) conducted joint live-fire training, April 24-25, here. The training was geared towards allowing the firefighters to gain more experience fighting aircraft fires and being able to

  • Prime BEEF: 23d CES builds up to deploy

    Airmen from the 23d Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) participated in a Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force (BEEF) training day, Feb. 15, here. The Prime BEEF day was geared toward preparing Airmen for wartime tasks that they could be called to perform while in a deployed environment.

  • CBRNE prepares Airmen to deploy

    Team Moody Airmen participated in a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense (CBRNE) class, Feb. 1, here.The class was geared towards better preparing the Airmen to combat an enemy attack while also familiarizing them with their mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP) gear.

  • Airman opens door for innovation

    Innovative Airmen allow the Air Force to bring the future faster, and one master sergeant is trying to revamp the way rocket propellant is cleaned off the flightline.Master Sgt. Terri Adams, 23d Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management section chief, won the Air Combat Command’s level of the Air