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Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is a major Air Combat Command base. The 4th Fighter Wing, the host wing at Seymour Johnson, was the first operational F-15E Strike Eagle wing in the Air Force. The wing consists of four groups -- 4th Maintenance Group, 4th Mission Support Group, 4th Operations Group and 4th Medical Group -- and is assigned over 6,400 military members, about 600 civilians and 96 F-15E Strike Eagles.
tab4th Fighter Wing 
4th Fighter WingThe 4th Fighter Wing is home to the multi-role, all-weather F-15E Strike Eagle and provides worldwide deployable aircraft and personnel capable of executing combat missions in support of the Aerospace Expeditionary Force. The wing also provides logistical support to an Air Force Reserve KC-135R unit.
Read the wing's history.
tab4th Maintenance Group 
The 4th Maintenance Group is comprised of four squadrons and more than 2,300 military and civilian personnel. The group is responsible for the maintenance support used to maintain, mobilize and deploy 96 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft for worldwide expeditionary aerospace operations. The group also oversees all on- and off-aircraft equipment maintenance, while providing standardized weapons loading and academics training to support the execution of the wing’s flying hour program consisting of more than 16,000 sorties and 25,000 hours.
tab4th Medical Group 
The 4th Medical Group healthcare profesionals are dedicated to providing the best health care possible to the 4th Fighter Wing and its associate units. The group's total quality health care includes a responsive appointment system, a prompt and accurate pharmacy service, and health prevention, health education and promotion programs that reach out to the Seymour Johnson community.
tab4th Mission Support Group 
The 4th Mission Support Group is responsible for the leadership and management of civil engineering, communications-computer systems support, security and law enforcement, personnel, information management, education, food services, housing, and recreation for a community of more than 13,000 people. The group is also responsible for maintaining the capability to deploy readiness teams worldwide to build, secure and operate bases to support combat forces.
tab4th Operations Group 
The 4th Operations Group is the largest organization in the 4th Fighter Wing. The group consists of two operational fighter squadrons, the 335th and 336th; two fighter training squadrons, the 333rd and 334th; and two support squadrons, which include a Standardization and Evaluation unit within the 4th Operations Support Squadron. The group provides worldwide command and control for two operational F-15E squadrons and is responsible for conducting the Air Force's only F-15E training operation, qualifying crews to serve in worldwide combat-ready positions.
tab567th RED HORSE 
Rapid Engineer Deployable, Heavy Operational Repair Squadron, Engineer (RED HORSE) squadrons provide the Air Force with a highly mobile civil engineering capability in support of contingency and special operations worldwide. They are self-sufficient, mobile squadrons that provide heavy construction support such as runway/facility construction, electrical upgrades, and equipment transport when requirements exceed normal base civil engineer capabilities and where Army engineer support is not readily available. RED HORSE possesses weapons, vehicles/equipment and vehicle maintenance, food service, supply, and medical equipment. Read more about RED HORSE.
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916th Air Refueling WingThe 916th Air Refueling Wing is located at Seymour Johnson and flies KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft in air-to-air refueling missions. With this weapon system, the unit is deployable on a global scale to support U.S. military and NATO allies in air-to-air refueling, cargo and passenger hauling. The unit is equipped with various maintenance and support functions to aid the flying mission. All squadrons and flights are deployable to support U.S. military interests at home and abroad.
Read the wing's history.
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