Two Afghan Air Force students in training at Moody AFB, Ga., were reported missing after they failed to report for duty on Monday, according to a base release. The two students were screened prior to their arrival in the US and have trained alongside Americans for all of 2015. “There is a well-coordinated process among federal agencies to locate the individuals as quickly as possible,” the base said in a release. Valdosta Police Department Chief Brian Childress told the Associated Press there is no evidence the Afghans are a threat. The 81st Fighter Squadron at Moody is in charge of training Afghan pilots on A-29 Super Tucano close air support aircraft.
Dec. 4, 2020
Dec. 3, 2020