1510 Bemiss Rd, Bldg 1223
Fax: (229) 257-2030
FTAC Team Leader: (229) 257-5195
Fax: (229) 257-2347
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
Monday – Friday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm.
Normal hours are suspended until further notice
Hours of Operation
Mon – Fri: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
We are functionally established to provide “first duty station” orientation. Our goal is to ensure Airmen are given the right tools to start them out on a successful military career.
First Term Airmen Center (FTAC)
The Career Assistance Advisor (CAA) manages daily FTAC operations. The FTAC Team Leader is a rotating position filled by an NCO from a different group every 6 months to assist in the FTAC operations. FTAC conducts approx. 22 five-day courses each year for approximately 450 Airmen. The last day of the course, day 5, is set aside for Resiliency Training. This training is conducted by the Airmen and Family Readiness Center. The FTAC course covers mandatory topics, such as personal and finance in-processing, education in-processing, the Airman & Family Readiness Center brief, suicide prevention and awareness (Life Skills Clinic), TRICARE/medical in-processing, disaster preparedness, Wing Safety orientation, Equal Opportunity (EO), Substance Abuse Education, Prevention and Treatment, mission orientation briefing, enlisted force structure, legal service/ADC, Internet technology (Virtual AF), Career Assistance Advisor, Sexual Assault, AEF Center, AFSO21, Dress/Appearance, Discipline, Healthy Relationships, and physical training.
Professional Enhancement Mission
The role of the Team Moody Professional Enhancement Center is to support and enhance high-quality professional enhancement programs. We strive to prepare individuals for career progression and encourage them to become effective supervisors, managers, and leaders.
Professional Enhancement Center
The Career Assistance Advisor (CAA) oversees all Professional Enhancement Programs. The CAA provides Airmen with the information needed to make informed career decisions. The CAA conducts group retraining counseling sessions for over 1,000 members per year. The CAA also conducts other one-on-one career counseling sessions such as assignments, reenlistment, and separation options. The CAA conducts 10 Professional Enhancement courses each year – each course is 4 days with 20 to 30 or more students per class and covers all required mandatory topics. The CAA also conducts two SNCO Professional Enhancement courses each year – the course is 4 days with approx. 65-85 MSgt selects and covers all required mandatory topics. CAA also holds an Enlisted Job Fair/AFSC Showcase every year for those who are considering retraining, special duties, commissioning, ANG, AF Reserves, or Army, Blue-to-Green. Professional Enhancement programs are held in building 1223 located next door to ALS across Bemiss. It is a $650,000, 4,300 square foot facility equipped with 3 classrooms and an 84-seat auditorium.