Moody AFB - Small Business Contracting Information and Guidance

Moody Air Force Base AFB A-10 Flying Tigers Thunderbolt

Moody AFB - Small business contracting information and assistance with doing business at Moody AFB. Upcoming small business set-aside requirements and subcontracting opportunities for suppliers and vendors who are interested in partnering with prime defense contractors. Information about the types of products, equipment, materials, and services procured to support this Air Force installation. Helpful points of contact and assistance with doing business at Moody AFB.   

  

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OVERVIEW:  

Moody AFB is home to the 23rd Wing. The 23d Wing has six groups and one detachment.  The 23rd Wing has over 6,000 military and civilian personnel.  These personnel serve at four different Air Force installations / ranges.  (These locations include: Moody Air Force Base, Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, Nellis AFB, Nevada, and Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida.)

Moody AFB is the home of the Air Force's famous "Flying Tigers."  This composite wing flies and maintains three different types of aircraft, the HC-130J Combat King II personnel recovery aircraft, HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter, and the A-10C Thunderbolt (close air support fighter jet). 

Another key unit at Moody AFB is the 93rd Air Ground Operations Wing (AGOW). The 93rd AGOW has three groups with more than 2,800 military personnel dispersed at 20 locations across the United States.  These Air Force members support U.S. Army combat divisions. 

 Moody AFB Air Force Base Valdosta Georgia
Moody Air Force Base is located
in south Georgia at Valdosta. 

To sustain the 23rd Wing and the facilities at Moody AFB, the 23rd Contracting Squadron (23 CONS) awards millions of dollars in government contracts each year.  A large percentage of these government contracts are set-aside for small businesses.

In addition to small business set-aside contracts, there is a wide range of other opportunities for small businesses at Moody Air Force Base. These opportunities exist for small businesses who would like to subcontract with large prime contractors on government contracts. There are also opportunities to work with these prime contractors as suppliers and vendors of specialized products, materials, and equipment. 


Moody AFB Organizations and Tenant Units 

  • 23rd Wing
    • 23rd Fighter Group 
    • 23rd Maintenance Group
    • 23rd Mission Support Group
    • 23rd Medical Group
    • 347th Rescue Group 
    • Detachment 1, 23d Wing Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) 
  • 93rd Air Ground Operations Wing (AGOW)  
  • 476th Fighter Group (Air Force Reserve Associate Unit)
  • 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 9
  • 336th Recruiting Squadron     

Moody AFB - official website:   http://www.moody.af.mil/ 

Moody AFB - base operator / locator:  Phone (229) 257-1110

Moody Contracting Office
23rd Contracting Squadron (23 CONS)
4380B Alabama Road - Bldg. 932
Moody AFB, Georgia 31699-1794

 

Additional Resources for Small Businesses: 

Types of products and services commonly purchased by Moody Air Force Base  
(and other military organizations and bases)  View Master List  

   

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