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Captain Todd Moore

Deputy Director of Operations

United States Air Force

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United States Air Force

Background Information

Employment History

Student

Naval War College

Affiliations

Member of American Legion
Portales Police Department

IVAO Liaison, IVAO Liaison
Eagle Air Charter Virtual Airlines

Chief Operating Officer
Chicago Chocolate Company

Member of the Years
Army Reserves 17

Education

finance

IU

MBA

Notre Dame

bachelor of arts degree

public service administration

Waynesburg College

graduate degree

West Virginia University

Web References (34 Total References)


506th Fighter Group Iwo Feb-Apr 1945: 506th fighter Group, 457 Fighter Squadron, 458 Fighter Squadron, 462 Fighter Squadron

www.506thfightergroup.org [cached]

Captain Todd Moore finally got an opportunity and went after some Hamps (late model Zeros) with his wingman.

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As we dove, I remember thinking that I had to stick to Captain Moore's wing no matter what happened. He was a veteran and this was my first air action. We saw four Hamps doing lazy eights in a loose string over the B-29s. Moore closed on the tail of the string and exploded the fourth plane with a short 20 degree deflection shot. At full throttle we began firing. I was stacked in so close to the Captain that his ejected shell casings were hitting my plane. I flew within 60 feet of the third Hamp. Its bottom was blown out and the plane was burning and falling rapidly out of control. I fired a short burst at the number 2 Hamp with absolutely no results. Frankly, I was more concerned with sticking to Moore and not getting lost than in getting a Hamp.
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Captain Todd Moore was distracted by a lone Zero on the tail of a P-51 amid the 45th Squadron. To distant to intervene, he watched as Sadaaki Akamatsu, a legendary Japanese ace, shot down Rufus Moore and sped on with seeming impunity through the escort.
Captain Todd Moore, 45th Squadron If he had been an American he would have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
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Moore had himself shot down two Jacks and a George in a series of savage actions, and as the battle waned he played the tourist.


506th Fighter Group Iwo Feb-Apr 1945: 506th fighter Group, 457 Fighter Squadron, 458 Fighter Squadron, 462 Fighter Squadron

506thfightergroup.org [cached]

Captain Todd Moore finally got an opportunity and went after some Hamps (late model Zeros) with his wingman.

...
As we dove, I remember thinking that I had to stick to Captain Moore's wing no matter what happened. He was a veteran and this was my first air action. We saw four Hamps doing lazy eights in a loose string over the B-29s. Moore closed on the tail of the string and exploded the fourth plane with a short 20 degree deflection shot. At full throttle we began firing. I was stacked in so close to the Captain that his ejected shell casings were hitting my plane. I flew within 60 feet of the third Hamp. Its bottom was blown out and the plane was burning and falling rapidly out of control. I fired a short burst at the number 2 Hamp with absolutely no results. Frankly, I was more concerned with sticking to Moore and not getting lost than in getting a Hamp.
...
Captain Todd Moore was distracted by a lone Zero on the tail of a P-51 amid the 45th Squadron. To distant to intervene, he watched as Sadaaki Akamatsu, a legendary Japanese ace, shot down Rufus Moore and sped on with seeming impunity through the escort.
Captain Todd Moore, 45th Squadron If he had been an American he would have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
...
Moore had himself shot down two Jacks and a George in a series of savage actions, and as the battle waned he played the tourist.


The Official Website for The City of Portales, New Mexico.

www.portalesnm.org [cached]

Lieutenant Todd Moore


Ravenswood Chamber Members

www.ravenswoodwvchamber.com [cached]

Todd Moore

jcope@wvdsl.net
General Member


The Official Website for The City of Portales, New Mexico.

www.portalesnm.org [cached]

Todd Moore

Lt. Moore (second from right) is assigned as the Commander of the Investigations and Special Operations Division. He has been employed with the Portales Police Department since 1995. He is certified through the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy and holds several advanced certifications. Lt Moore is responsible for Criminal Investigations, Internal Affairs, the Adopt-A-Cop program, School Resource officers and the Police Service Aides. In addition, he oversees the Animal Control and Code Enforcement function of the Department.
Lt. Moore has a proven track record of successfully managing, investigating and receiving convictions in several major criminal cases.
Prior to coming to the Department, Lt. Moore served with the United States Air Force as a Security Specialist.

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