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Default Air Force Logo Putting smiles on troops’ faces: Seymour spouse sends care packages to deployed ‘adoptees’
Emily Mather laughs often while sharing the warm stories from some of the thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines that she has adopted from the Global War on Terrorism. "I hope God keeps blessing Emily to keep putting smiles on those soldiers' faces," said Cathy Amshoff, Emily's mother of Cincinnati, Ohio. "I'm very proud of her." Emily
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Load crew Airmen ready to strut their stuff
It is common knowledge here at Seymour Johnson, as well as at every fighter wing, that we are part of the most lethal air force in the world. There is, however, one piece of information that may not be as widely known, and that is what makes us so powerful and dangerous to the enemy. The answer to the question lies within a distinct group of
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Thirty years in the making: 4th Fighter Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. retires today
"I only stayed in for 30 years because I kept forgetting to get out." All kidding aside, passion, pride and enjoyment are among the many reasons Chief Master Sgt. Eric Johnson, 4th Fighter Wing command chief master sergeant, dedicated the last three decades of his life to the Air Force. It all started in 1976 when his college plans had to be
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base youth, community show support for injured teen
The Seymour Johnson youth ministry team from the base chapel took some time out July 13 to show support for one of their injured friends by waiting tables at one the local restaurants in Goldsboro. The team rallied at the Pizza Inn on Ash Street to raise money for Carson Thomas, one of two children who were struck by a vehicle eight months ago
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2006
Default Air Force Logo The biggest little shop on base: Koritz Clinic lab technicians show why they’re big shots
Anyone who has been assigned to Seymour Johnson very long knows a trip to the 4th Medical Group laboratory generally means that you have to get stuck with a needle. The entrance of the lab is quite unassuming; a small closet of a waiting area with only a few seats. Few people venture much further past this deceiving façade to explore the surprising
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2006
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