Afghan Pilots Reported Missing From Moody

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.