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CBAT decision delayed

March 14, 2008

Valdosta - Moody Air Force Base will have to wait a few more months to find out if they'll be home a newest training facility.

Moody is one of three Air Bases in the running for the Common Battlefield Airman Training Facility or C-BAT.

If chosen, the program would bring 14,000 Airmen through moody to train each year as well as 800 permanent instructors and personnel.

The Air Force expected to make a decision by January but now say they won't know before the fall.

Rumors were also floating around that Moody was out of the running.

Air Force Officials say that's news to them and each base is still under strong consideration.

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