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Airman 1st Class Andrew Fonke, 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron fleet management and analysis specialist, fires practice rounds during a Combat Arms Training and Maintenance class July 22, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. CATM classes are two-days long and consist of battle drills, basic fundamentals, and analyzing different weapons. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Miranda A. Loera) Ready … Aim ... Fire
The 4th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms Training and Maintenance shop prepare Airmen for deployments. At Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, the CATM trainers are dedicated to teaching Airmen, how to fire weapons and hit targets as efficient as possible.“The mission for CATM is to supply the wing with mission readiness, and to make
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Staff Sgt. Eric Prince, 4th Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, mixes a track he created during the Make it Better DJ and Producers Club meeting July 17, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. The DJ and Producers club meetings are held every Sunday at 3 p.m., in the Eagles Landing ballroom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Miranda Loera) When the beat drops
Music has been around for ages. Before advanced technology and computers, musicians scratched and remixed tracks by hand using crates and turntables. While the preferred medium for playing music has slowly changed over time, from record players and tapes to laptops and iPods, the art of manually scratching and switching tracks has remained intact
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Capt. Leslie Newton, 4th Fighter Wing special victim’s counselor, shows her legal and fitness side, April 22, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. Newton brings her competitive drive to both the gym and the courtroom. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Shawna L. Keyes/Released) Empowerment: Newton’s law of fitness
The courtroom is abuzz with Airmen, unsettled in their seats, waiting for proceedings to begin. Capt. Leslie Newton walks into the room commanding their attention. Her presence in the courtroom mirrors the commanding poise she holds in the gym. A force to be reckoned with, Newton, the 4th Fighter Wing special victim’s counselor, works with her
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Chief MSgt. Shane Wagner (left), 4th Fighter Wing command chief, and Col. Mark Slocum (right), 4th Fighter Wing commander, inspect a table for the first-ever Spouses Dining-in, March 5, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. Approximately 100 people attended the dining-in dressed as characters from the movie theme of their squadron’s table. (U.S. photo/Airman 1st Class Ashley Williamson) Spouses come together
The United States Air Force is not the world’s greatest AirForce just because of our hard-working Airmen; it takes the love and support oftheir spouses.To show appreciation to the spouses, Team Seymour held itsinaugural Spouses Dining-in, March 5, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base,North Carolina.Spouses spent hours preparing and decorating
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Voting is everyone's responsibility. Visit www.afpc.af.mil/library/airforcevoting/index.asp for more information. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Airman 1st Class Ashley Williamson) Deciding the future one vote at a time
The responsibility of choosing the newest leader of the stateor our country is left to the people of the nation; this includes the proud membersof the U.S. military, whether they are located locally or overseas.Voting is vital to the outcome of our nation’s future, and beingaware of all the voting methods available will assist in choosing the
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Default Air Force Logo African American Heritage Month at Seymour Johnson AFB
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina held events such as a movie night, book readings and trivia night to commemorate African-American History Month. These events are meant to remind people of the positive impact African-Americans have had in transforming our country and continue to have on the military as well as everyday life in
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Senior Airman Amber Coley, 4th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapist, salutes during the 4th Fighter Wing Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) ceremony, Sept. 20, 2013, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C.  Coley performed in the colors flight for three years during her tour with the U.S Air Force Honor Guard.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Aubrey White) Standing tall for her country
Editor's Note: This feature is part of a series recognizing and celebrating females in the 4th Fighter Wing during Women's History Month.The auditorium was filled to capacity; more than 500 people, all wearing the same camouflage-patterned uniform. It was easy to blend in with the masses, which was her strategy to survive Basic Military Training. A
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Ethan Salgado, 4th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, grew up in El Paso, Texas and traveled the East Coast where he learned many things about his heritage. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 each year and highlights the achievements and contributions of Hispanic citizens to the United States. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mariah Tolbert) Flames burn red, white, blue
While honored to say he is a U.S. Air Force firefighter, he is also proud of his Hispanic heritage. Extinguishing the flames of a burning inferno reminds him of his burning pride to be a Hispanic-American. Airman 1st Class Ethan Salgado, 4th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, describes himself as a Mexican-American. He claims El Paso, Texas as
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Aerial Vineyard, 15, performs a roundhouse kick during her karate practice in Goldsboro, N.C., Oct. 2, 2012. The teen earned two gold medals in kata and weapons fighting, and one silver in sparring during this year’s Junior Olympics. Aerieal is the daughter of Tech. Sgt. Michael Vineyard, 335th Aircraft Maintenance Unit flight line expeditor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Aubrey Robinson/Released) SJ youth wins Junior Olympic gold
With constant permanent changes of station moves and parents away for various lengths of time, growing up in a military family can take a toll on a child; one young member of Team Seymour has mastered the military life-style by keeping her eye on the prize.Aerieal Vineyard, 15 year old daughter of Tech. Sgt. Michael Vineyard, 335th Aircraft
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Tony Patrick, 4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron NCO in charge of munitions inspections, warms up prior to an Air Force men's softball game. Patrick typically pitches for his teams but also plays shortstop. (Courtesy Photo) 
Triple play: Airman, athlete, ambassador
For many people slow-pitch softball is a recreational sport, it's a time to get together with friends, colleagues or church members for a few hours to have a good time. It's estimated that more than five million people of all ages, gender and races play the sport at some level around the world. Most players are your average Joe, or Jane, enjoying
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