Programs & Services

Air Force Aid (AFAS)

The Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) is the Official Charity of the United States Air Force. We are a shoulder to lean on during times of crisis for military members and their families. Emergency Assistance Emergency assistance usually consists of an assessment...

Air Force Families Forever (AFFF)

AFFF ensures family members of deceased Airmen are provided with immediate and long-term bereavement care, service, and support. The program serves as a conduit to facilitate the resolution of issues family members may have as it relates to the death...

Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2)

Designed to afford wounded warriors and their family one-on-one assistance in transition, employment preparation, relocation, financial preparation, as well as a variety of other areas of need. Airman & Family Readiness Centers (A&FRCs) are a...

Casualty Assistance & Survivor Benefits

How the Casualty/SBP office can help: SGLI TSGLI FSGLI vRED assistance Pre-retirement briefing Retiree death benefits Active Duty death benefits VA-benefits counseling SURVIVOR BENEFIT PLAN (SBP) FACT SHEET FOR SPOUSES...

Community Resources

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Employment Assistance

Airman & Family Readiness Centers (A&FRCs) support service members, wounded warriors, military spouses and family members, retired members, and DoD civilians with achieving short and long-term employment, education/training, and career goals. What ...

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

The Air Force’s Exceptional Family Member Program—Family Support (EFMP-FS) is the community support function provided by the Airman & Family Readiness Centers (A&FRCs). EFMP-FS is designed to provide support to family members with special nee...

Family Readiness

The A&FRC is the focal point for personal and family readiness services, as well as serving as a consultant for leadership on family separation concerns. A&FRC provides support for families before, during, and after times of local or national...

Information & Referral

Information and referral appears in all programs offered by the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC). Active duty members, retirees, civilian employees, and their respective families are encouraged to contact the A&FRC when they want to...

Military Family Life Counseling (MFLC)

This program provides short-term, non-medical, solution-focused brief counseling, education, and support services to all branches of the military and their families. Counseling services are provided by counselors who are licensed and master’s-level o...

Personal & Work Life

Consultation One-on-one assessment for individuals, couples, and families. This consultation is geared to facilitate understanding, build skills, and increase effectiveness of daily living. Specific areas of concern may include grief, communication,...

Key Spouses

Key Spouses are trained volunteers hand-selected by their unit leadership to provide personal, peer-to-peer support for their squadron's families. Their role is to care for families by providing them with information from their squadron's leadership ...

Marriage Planning Guide

The Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) takes pride in presenting this Marriage Planning Guide to you. Our center is here to respond to the needs of Air Force families and is a focal point for family matters. Download the full MARRIAGE PLanning...

Personal Financial Management

Financial Readiness = Mission Readiness. This is the basis for the Department of Defense Financial Readiness Campaign and the cornerstone for Air Force Personal Financial Readiness (PFR) services. Service members face the unique and complex requirements...

Financial Planning for Transition

Slides:  TAP PFM May2016 Documents: Relocation Budget Planner Financial_Website_Resources Monthly_Spending_Log Retirement_savings_comparisons Sources_of_Help_PFPW Affordable Care Act information_20141016 Financial_Planning_for_Transition_Participant_Guide_FINAL_September_2014 ...

FTAC PFM

Documents to support the First Term Airmen Course:  LES Sample Car Buying Strategies_Skit Welcome Spouses and Families to Moody AFB TSP Matrix Slides: FTAC Complete Presentation Documents: Renter's Insurance Info ...

Relocation Assistance

Congratulations on your assignment to Moody Air Force Base!  We stand ready to assist during your transition.  Moody AFB is a great place to live and work.  Moody AFB is located in South Georgia, just 30 miles north of the Florida border. The base lies...

Transition Assistance

VOW to Hire Heroes Act On Nov 21, 2011, the President signed the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act which made service member participation in the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) mandatory.  Transition GPS (formerly TAP) components are made ...

Volunteer Assistance

Thank you for choosing to volunteer to be a part of Team Moody. Whether you participate weekly or yearly, your time, talents, and efforts will make a difference in the lives you touch. It is the belief of this installation that the quality of life at...

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