About Moody AFB, GA
Moody AFB is operated by the United States Air Force and is located in Lowndes County and Lanier County, Georgia, nine miles away from Valdosta, a city prized for its legendary high school football program and its azaleas, which have earned it the nickname "Azalea City."
Moody AFB, which was built in 1941 and has been in continual use ever since, is home to the 23d Wing, which performs close air support, force protection, and combat search and rescue operations around the world. The base has played a role in supporting the work of stabilizing the Afghan Air Force additionally.
The 23d Wing is made up of about 6,100 military and civilian personnel. Only a little less than 900 people actually live on the base, which is close to many sights and comforts in Georgia. Located at Moody AFB is a Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide campus.