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Load crews, arming the EaglesLoad crews, arming the Eagles
Load crews, arming the Eagles

Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Craver, 4th Fighter Wing command chief, speaks to members of the 4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron before a load crew of the quarter competition at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Jan. 24, 2013. Craver applauded the Airmen for their hard work and dedication. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Aaron J. Jenne)
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Posted: 2/4/2014

Gen. RisnerGen. Risner
Gen. Risner

Capt. Philip Gunn, 336th Fighter Squadron weapons system officer, participates in a flyover during the internment ceremony of Brig. Gen. Robinson Risner at Arlington National Cemetery, Jan. 23, 2014. Risner was the Air Force's 20th ace and survived more than seven years of captivity as a prisoner during the Vietnam War. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 1/31/2014

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A friend of Brig. Gen. Robinson "Robbie" Risner pays his respects following Risner's Full Honors Military Funeral at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., Jan. 23, 2014. Risner was the Air Force's 20th Ace and survived seven and a half years of captivity as a Prisoner of War (POW) in Hoa Lo Prison, a.k.a the Hanoi Hilton, during the Vietnam War. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi)
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Posted: 1/30/2014

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Pall Bearers from the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard fold the flag which draped the casket of Brig. Gen. Robinson "Robbie" Risner during his internment ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., Jan. 23, 2014. Risner was the Air Force's 20th Ace and survived seven and a half years of captivity as a Prisoner of War (POW) in Hoa Lo Prison, a.k.a the Hanoi Hilton, during the Vietnam War. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jim Varhegyi)
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Posted: 1/30/2014

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Four F-15E Strike Eagles from the 336th Fighter Squadron at Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., fly over Arlington National Cemetery during the internment ceremony of Brig. Gen. Robinson "Robbie" Risner, Jan. 23, 2014. Risner was assigned to the squadron when he became the Air Force's 20th ace pilot during his time in Korea. Risner was one of the most celebrated pilots in Air Force history and survived seven and a half years of captivity in Hoa Lo Prison, a.k.a the Hanoi Hilton. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael J. Pausic)
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Posted: 1/30/2014

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Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III speaks at the internment ceremony for Brig. Gen. Robinson "Robbie" Risner at the Memorial chapel on Fort Myer, Arlington, Va., before being laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, Jan. 23, 2014. Risner was one of the most celebrated pilots in Air Force history and survived seven and a half years of captivity in Hoa Lo Prison, also known as the Hanoi Hilton. (U.S. Air Force photo/Michael J. Pausic)
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Posted: 1/30/2014

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Brig. Gen. James Robinson “Robbie” Risner is credited with destroying eight MiG-15s and damaging another while assigned to the 336th Fighter Squadron in South Korea. On Sept. 21, 1952, then-Major Risner scored double kills. He achieved ace status on Sept. 15, 1952, downing his fifth MiG-15.
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Posted: 1/30/2014

Taking the plunge into heroismTaking the plunge into heroism
Taking the plunge into heroism

Staff Sgt. Tony Park, 4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron cannibalization crew chief, saved a life while visiting a North Carolina beach. Read the story to find out how. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Aaron J. Jenne)
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Posted: 1/21/2014

Opening doors to reach new heightsOpening doors to reach new heights
Opening doors to reach new heights

Senior Airman Andrew Shepard, 4th Operation Support Squadron air traffic controller, explains the different functions of the air traffic control display during a tour of the new radar approach control facility at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Jan. 15, 2014. With the new facility, an expansion plan was proposed to nearly double the square mileage of airspace the radar approach control team is responsible for. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittain Crolley)
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Posted: 1/21/2014

Opening doors to reach new heightsOpening doors to reach new heights
Opening doors to reach new heights

Senior Airman Andrew Shepard, 4th Operation Support Squadron air traffic controller, shows off the squadron’s high-tech radar system during a tour at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Jan. 15, 2014. 4th Fighter Wing leaders and community dignitaries toured the new radar approach control facility to see final product of a project decades in the making. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittain Crolley)
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Posted: 1/21/2014

Opening doors to reach new heightsOpening doors to reach new heights
Opening doors to reach new heights

4th Fighter Wing leaders, community dignitaries and key project advisors cut the ribbon during a ceremony at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Jan. 15, 2014. The ceremony marked the official opening of the 4th Operation Support Squadron’s new radar approach control facility. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittain Crolley)
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Posted: 1/21/2014

Maintainers support off the lineMaintainers support off the line
Maintainers support off the line

Staff Sgt. Christine Hoffman, 4th Component Maintenance Squadron avionics technician, troubleshoots an F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft radar system on a test station at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., Dec. 19, 2013. Troubleshooting is a series of tests that determine where the discrepancies of a malfunctioning object are. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman John Nieves Camacho)
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Posted: 12/23/2013

    

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