CIA @Moody Committee Members:

SMSgt Lawrence Twitty

SMSgt Mary Issitt

CIA @Moody Email:

If your passion isn’t represented by an existing activity, it’s easy to establish a new group.

In order to do so, you must meet the criteria below:

  1. Determine who will function as POC. The POC is responsible for answering inquiries, setting up the club’s structure, and serving as the liaison for the @Moody website.
  2. Determine the club’s focus.
  3. Determine a name (e.g. Flying Tiger Gaming vs Thespian Club – both equally valid).
  4. Write a brief description (a few sentences) explaining the interests, activities, information, and what the club stands for.

Restricted activities include:

  1. Activities that are self-defeating by their own nature.
  2. Activities that address protected categories.
  3. Activities that are orientated toward self-benefit or financial gain.

Once approved, you may determine how you want to carry out the club’s activities according to your own judgment. A few examples: if you would like to establish a hierarchy of leadership within your club, if you would like to meet a certain number of times per month, or the establishment of social media accounts (managed by your members not the @Moody Committee).

@Moody interest groups and clubs may not fundraise through official Moody AFB events. Should you desire to raise money for your club through official revenue systems, you must go through the appropriate process to establish an official private organization. From there, you can raise money for the express purpose of donating it to your club.

CIA @Moody is a Wing-level initiative designed to establish connections among Airmen of all ages, and provides a fun way to meet others who share the same interest. The Airmen band together to form Interest Groups, Activities, or Clubs.

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Club Name: Archery Club

POC: MSgt Thomas Dobbelaere

Description: The Archery Club serves as a place for members and dependents to discover the sport, meet new friends, train for competitions, and learn from each other. Our club is open to traditional archery, to compound bows and crossbows. Whether you’re a complete novice or experienced competitor or bow hunter, don’t hesitate to join our club or stop by the range to shoot (once reopened).


Club Name: Member’s final decision/ Hazardous Duty Racing

POC: TSgt Keith Sharron

Description: All Gearheads Welcome! Goal behind the club is to unite all Racers or aspiring racers here in the area. Together we can help improve your vehicle’s performance and have fun in the process. This is NOT “Street Outlaws”…when we race it will be at a track. But, the idea of a TOP TEN list at Moody sounds good to me.

Events that would be organized through this club would include:

  • Car Shows
  • Organized race events at local tracks
  • General “Gearhead” camaraderie

Depending on club participation; a reoccurring competition to determine who has the quickest vehicle on Moody would also be held. All vehicle makes and models will be accepted. The honorary title of Moody’s Fastest could then be displayed in the winner’s vehicle until the next Club Sponsored race event.

Club members would be limited to active duty, veterans and dependents here in the local area. If you want to join a group of racers and gearheads all striving to become the fastest at Moody. Please contact me.

Phone: 229-257-5824

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Club Name: Adventure Club

POC: Amn Rebecca Vonklinggraeff

Description: Are you looking for an adventure? Alright, grab your bag, lace your boots, and we’ll see you on the trail.


Chapel Sponsored

POC: MSgt John Davis

Description: A variety of Moody AFB Chapel sponsored clubs and activities.



Club Name: Tigerette Cheerleading & Dance

Pri POC: TSgt Krystle Ivy
Alt POC: A1C Shacoya Travers

Cheerleaders:  We plan to attend base sporting events and cheer for our base team.  We would also like to start a cheerleading program with the Youth Center and mentor boys and girls there who would like to participate.  This can encourage the children to stay active physically since fitness is very important at all ages.  Once we have a good foundation on the base we will branch out to the Boys and Girls Club of Valdosta and possibly the local schools.

Dance:  We would like to show all various types of dance and encourage dancers of all ages to get moving and stay active.  In order to reach the masses we will invite dance instructors from around the community and the base to teach a dance once or maybe twice a month, depending on the degree of difficulty, which the dancers will then practice and perform at a diversity day event or commander’s call.  For example, if CE had a few individuals that wanted to do a line dance they could come learn the dance and then perform it at a burger burn.  It’s completely up to the individuals if they want to perform or just learn for fun.  Types of dance we will offer will vary from contemporary, hip hop, ballroom, latin, tap, lyrical, jazz funk, etc.  The sky is the limit in the world of dance!

The intent behind the Cheerleading/ Dance Club will be to mentor and inspire the Valdosta community.


Club Name: Comics and Anime Club

POC: MSgt Brian McAfee

Description: Do you love comics and anime? Are you a veteran cosplayer or thought about doing one? Ever wanted to go to a comic convention, but no one to go with? Join the Moody comics and anime club! Meet like-minded people that share your love. Trade suggestions for good reads, or shows. Plan group convention trips. Collaborate on cosplay projects, give tips and tricks to others. Join today. This is a new club, and would love to have more. Contact SSgt William Hannay for details, and start planning events now!



Club Name: All Things Cosplay

POC: SSgt William Hannay

Description: Meet others who have a love for cosplay, costume creation, and SFX makeuping techniques. Learn tips and tricks from others, plan group builds, setup photo shoots for your creations, and plan con trips.


Club Name: Creative Content Club

POC: 2d Lt Simon Peña
Alt POC: SrA Walter Blackniak

Description: From Filmmaking to Game Development; from Music Composition to Concept Art; from Writing to Video Editing – in all of these, the Creative Endeavors Club strives to push the limit in creating meaningful, impactful, and emotionally-moving content. Whether you’re just interested in one of these creative facets, or if you’d love to pursue all of them – either way, we’d love to have you on board!

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Club Name: Moody Cyclist Group

POC: Alan Worley

Description: Military and civilian riders that get together during lunch for “daily” rides. Rides are typically 18-22 miles at 18-21mph. Rides are on standard routes both on and off base. There are early evening options at a slower pace for newer riders and those getting back into the saddle.

Phone: 229-257-6321

DSN: 460-6321

Cell: 229-356-6931


Club Name: The Dragon Ball Club

POC: A1C Erick Requadt

Description: Love Dragon Ball? Then buckle in for an exciting club!           Every Saturday we’ll watch a episodes of Dragon Ball Z, followed afterwards by a new episode of Dragon Ball Super dubbed, and finishing the night off with a brand new episode of subbed Dragon Ball Super.


Club Name: The Fishing Club

POC: SSgt Eric Simpson


POC: SrA Remme Rhett

Description: We are a group of folks that enjoy off-roading, whether it be rock-crawling, trail riding or mud bogging. We are a friendly group that is family orientated so bring the family, have fun, keep it clean and enjoy friendship!


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Club Name: Latin Dance

POC: SSgt Divonte Brown

Description: Our club will involve dance and self-expression for everyone from intermediate to advanced skill levels. We will be giving a taste of all dances such as Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Kizomba, and other choreographic numbers. This is a creative way to exercise your body while learning something new.


Club Name: L.E.A.D.

POC: SSgt Phillip Webb

Description: The purpose of Leadership Empowered Activities and Discussions (L.E.A.D.) is to empower Airmen with leadership tools that will help them progress in their everyday lives. The leadership goals are broken down over a series of workshops that are an hour long and held once a month. These brief workshops will touch on not only the external attributes of leadership, but the mental aspects as well.


Club Name: Society for Creative Anachronism

POC: TSgt Zachary Wolf

Description: The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is a practical history society that recreates the arts and skills of pre-17th Century Europe. While dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, you can experience tournaments, royal courts, feasts, and dancing. You also have the opportunity to learn and practice ancient arts and skills – calligraphy, cooking, armoring, metalworking, carpentry, and needlework (to name just a few) – within an all-ages social group. The SCA is a great place to make friends and learn transferable skills.



Motorcycle Club 1

Club Name: Green Knights, Chapter 81

POC: Capt Scott Randle
A1C Coby Botkin

Description: Addressing the needs and concerns of military and DoD civilian riders, through education, safety knowledge, and the shared joy of riding.
The Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club™ is a 501(c)(3) organization that was formed back in late 1999 and formally recognized in early 2000 at McGuire AFB, New Jersey. It was the idea of Adam Buehler to organize base motorcyclists for activities and to bring awareness to DoD riders and to individuals who do not ride. With the aid of the base MSF instructor, Jeff Richards, they were about to embark on a journey that they could have never imagined.

The two set out to organize and create a club where riders can get together, discuss issues of the base, fight for biker rights, help each other, participate in charity events, and enjoy going on rides. Most of all, enjoy the ride and the shared common interest. After gathering up a handful of riders from the base, they were able to form the first chapter of the Green Knights at McGuire AFB, NJ. It was a start of a slowly growing trend that has erupted into not just the Air Force but across the board of the military. Our by-laws, policies, and mentor ship outlines have become the basis of the AF current policy to have a motorcycle club on every base. Currently there are 136 chapters world wide in the U.S. AF, Army, Navy at active, reserve, and guard bases. There are even some international allies such as the Royal Air Force, Irish Defense Force, Belgium military, Canadian Forces of Canada, and the Croatian Armed Forces.

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Motorcycle Club 2

Club Name: Patriot Guard Riders

POC: MSgt Scott Long

Description: The Patriot Guard Riders is a diverse amalgamation of riders from across the nation. We have one thing in common besides motorcycles. We have an unwavering respect for those who risk their very lives for America’s freedom and security including Fallen Military Heroes, First Responders and honorably discharged Veterans. If you share this respect, please join us.

We don’t care what you ride or if you ride, what your political views are, or whether you’re a hawk or a dove. It is not a requirement that you be a veteran. It doesn’t matter where you’re from or what your income is; you don’t even have to ride. The only prerequisite is Respect.

Our main mission is to attend the funeral services of fallen American heroes as invited guests of the family. Each mission we undertake has two basic objectives:
1. Show our sincere respect for our fallen heroes, their families, and their communities.
2. Shield the mourning family and their friends from interruptions created by any protester or group of protesters.
We accomplish the latter through strictly legal and non-violent means.

To those of you who are currently serving and fighting for the freedoms of others, at home and abroad, please know that we are backing you. We honor and support you with every mission we carry out, and we are praying for a safe return home for all.

Cell Number: 229-821-0596



Motorcycles Club 3

Club Name: U.S. Military Vets

POC: Capt Aaron Gordon

Description: The U.S. Military Vets MC was established in 1987, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is incorporated as a non-profit organization. The club as a national organization strives to achieve the following:
To provide a club for qualified military veterans which offers brotherhood and an opportunity to establish relationships with other military veterans who have served in the defense of the United States of America.
To establish and support a strong sense of pride in having served in the active military service of the United States of America.



Club Name: Moody Moto Club

POC: SrA Dustin Tolleson

Description: Our club will be open to all active duty members and their dependents no matter skill level. The goal of the group is to share knowledge and tips for both riding and maintenance of bikes and to unite likeminded individuals to build comradery. I would like to coordinate with a local track to designate a day for our club to have the track to practice. I would also use outside connections to set up lessons with professional AMA licensed racer. If this group is successful I would also like to start an annual charity race open to the public similar to the Moody Mudder to support the community and help those who have been injured from the sport.
COMM: (229)257-1824
Cell: (817)876-8583

Club Name: Moody Music Club

POC: A1C Caleb Shelton

Description: The Moody Music Club is an organization with the mission to provide Airman with the opportunity to fellowship and learn from other musicians. We welcome anyone who plays any instrument of any style and skill level. Our purpose is to help one another grow and expand our abilities as musicians.


Club Name: Mopar Renegades

POC: SrA Brian Cabrera

Description: The Mopar Renegades serves as a place for members and dependents to embrace their love for Mopars, meet new friends, volunteer while doing something you like to do and help/learn from each other. From car shows to cruises and charity events, we strive to give back to our community and make a real difference. Some of us like to show our cars,

some of us race, and some of us just like to be part of the family. We are renegades to the ideology of a typical car club and want to show the world there is more to us than just the cliché “Show & Race” by coming together as a group and giving a helping hand to our community when they need our help.

*Club Requirements, you must own one of the following to be accepted:



Club Name: Moody Nerf Club

POC: SSgt Kellan Hawks


Club Name: Moody Rucking Club

POC: SSgt Cole Barkett and MSgt Aron Kerzic

Description: The clubs focus is all about rucking, rucking fitness and comradery. We will be rucking with various weight loads, distances, terrains and might even throw in a workout in the mix.


Club POC: SSgt Rosso, Allan

Club Description: Any experience level is welcomed. The aim of this club is to provide a weekly small-sided to full-sided game of soccer for all individuals who like to play the game. Contact POC directly for times/dates. Eventual goals include forming a base team to compete in an adult league. Co-ed, no fees.


Phone: (559) 783-3028

Club Name: Flying Tigers Tennis Club (FTTC)

POC: A1C Tyler Carpenter

Description: The FTTC was made to bring together people with a common love or interest in Tennis. Whether you’re an expert, beginner, or just interested in learning. Don’t hesitate to try it out! Tennis is a fun sport which you can definitely have fun playing!


Club Name: Thespian Society

POC: SrA Erika Gilder
Alt POC: SrA Jessica Treaster

Description: We are the entertainers of Moody AFB! We are a collective group of individuals passionate about life on the stage or behind the camera in all aspects whether that is acting, costume design, set design, make-up, script writing, and so much more. Monthly impromptu nights for fun play acting practice and games are in the works along with bi-annual productions (Spring and Fall).


Club Name: Toastmasters

Description: Do you want to become a confident public speaker and strong leader? If so, Toastmasters is the place for you. You’ll find a supportive learn-by-doing environment that allows you to achieve your goals at your own pace.


Club Name: U.S. Military Vets

POC: Capt Aaron Gordon

Description: The U.S. Military Vets MC was established in 1987, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is incorporated as a non-profit organization. The club as a national organization strives to achieve the following:
To provide a club for qualified military veterans which offers brotherhood and an opportunity to establish relationships with other military veterans who have served in the defense of the United States of America.
To establish and support a strong sense of pride in having served in the active military service of the United States of America.



Club Name: Flying Tiger Gaming

POC: SrA Brandon Smith
Alt POC: SrA Thomas Dvorak


Club Name: The Volleyball Club

POC: MSgt Miguel Viveros or A1C Yasmin Daniels

Description: We are simply a group of people who enjoy volleyball. We meet every Sunday at 1500 at the Fitness Center basketball court, and we play volleyball for about two to three hours. It is open to anyone that is interested. We have active duty, spouses, dependents, retirees, etc. – everyone is welcome! This is a great way to stay active and to prepare for the base intramural volleyball season the summer. No experience is required; we will teach you.

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