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SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, N.C. - Major Mark O'neal, 4th Operations Support Squadron, is one of the first on base to experience the new ordering method at Simply Seymour's. The restaurant has recently changed their ordering method to improve customer service while minimizing wait time.(U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Micky Bazaldua) Simply Seymour's simplifies services
Simply Seymour's is changing the way it does business to enhance the way it serves its customers during the lunch hour rush.Originally, customers dining at the restaurant would wait to be seated by a server who would also take their order. At the end of their meal, customers would go to the cash register to pay, sometimes resulting in a line and
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Air show attracts 100K visitors
Approximately 100,000 spectators arrived here to witness American air power at the Wings Over Wayne 2007 air show May 12. The event was headlined by the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels, who flew their first performance since the fatal crash of one of their teammates during an April 21 air show in Beaufort, S.C. The F-22 Raptor demonstration team also
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2007
1st Lt. Domenic Easton, F-15E pilot, participated in Green Flag-West 07-07.  The pilot is preparing for his first deployment in the Global War on Terrorism. He said, "Exercises like Green Flag help us integrate with our sister squadrons and other assets such as Predator, Reaper and the helicopters from the Army and obviously the guys on the ground ... it has been excellent in incoprorating all different aspects of CAS for me." (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy Smith)                               Green Flag: Airmen, Soldiers speak same language
"If the band played a piece first with the piccolo, then with the brass horn, then with the clarinet, and then with the trumpet, there would be a hell of a lot noise, but no music. To get harmony in the music, each instrument must support the others. To get harmony in battle, each weapon must support the others. Team play wins." - Gen . George S.
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2007
NASCAR driver Jon Wood and actor Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady on the "Brady Bunch" prepare for their incentive flight on a KC-135R statotanker, Seymour Johnnson AFB, North Carolina. Celebs receive lesson in airpower
Several celebrities visited the base to sign autographs for Airmen and experience air superiority firsthand May 9. Producer and actor Barry Williams, author Nicholas Sparks, musician Eric Horner and stock car drivers Jon and Keven Wood, were on hand to help kick-start the push toward the Wings Over Wayne 2007 air show and give their thanks to the
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2007
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels perform at the 2007 Wings Over Wayne Airshow here May 12. The Wings Over Wayne Airshow 2007 is the first apperance of the Blue Angels since the accident that occurred April 21.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Biondo)(released) Blue Angels soar over Seymour

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Mother organizes bone marrow drive in memory of son
In memory of her son, a Seymour Johnson Air Force Base staff sergeant is having a bone marrow drive May 10 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the enlisted club's ballroom. Samples from donors are collected with four cotton swabs - two for the inside of each cheek. The samples are loaded into a database and the donor's DNA is used to determine possible
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Wings Over Wayne air show information
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base opens its gates to the public for the Wings Over Wayne 2007 air show May 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free and there will be concessions available. Some of the key performances at the 2007 WOW include: U.S. Army Golden Knights Parachute Team Tora! Tora! Tora! Pearl Harbor Reenactment F-22A Raptor
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force emphasizes stress-coping programs
Airmen have a need, and Air Force leadership wants to meet it. The Air Force currently has a wide range of programs in place to help the total force and their families manage stress; however, there is a concern that some are not aware of these programs and not taking advantage of them. "Whether you're the youngest Airman or the most senior chief on
0 5/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Cyberspace security crucial to GWOT
When Airmen deploy downrange, they are given the tools and training to fight the Global War on Terror. Armed with M16s and protected by body armor, they take the fight to the enemy. Recently, Air Force senior leaders expanded their focus to include a new battlefield - a frontier where terrorists can wreak havoc with viruses, worms and Trojan Horses
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Base housing kitchen fire makes fire safety hot topic
A kitchen fire occurred in base housing April 24. Though no one was injured, the fire caused minor damages to a stove top, an exhaust fan and to the kitchen's cabinets. The fire department determined that the fire was caused by the resident being distracted long enough for the fire to become an unattended grease fire. When the resident realized
0 5/02
2007
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