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Three star General visits Moody.

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December 13, 2004

Moody A.F.B. - A three star general gave south Georgia airmen a personal thank you today.

Air Force Special Operations Commander General Mike Wooley toured Moody Air Force Base.

It's his second trip to the base since he took command five months ago.

General Wooley spent the day talking to leaders about operational improvements and looking at capital projects.

"As you know we got a lot of building programs going on here. The base infrastructure is rather old and it needs some repair and we have been putting in a lot of money in here to improve the facilities," said Gen. Mike Wooley Commander of AFSOC.

General Wooley also spent time thanking airmen for their hard work and dedication to the Air Force.

Posted at 5:25pm by armen@walb.com