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  • 336th EFS sets tone for new phase of OIR

    The first F-15E Strike Eagles assigned to the 336th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron arrived at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia late last month, kicking off a unique new phase of Operation Inherent Resolve.  The 336th EFS, supported and directed by the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, will serve as the primary source of air power in the
  • Honor their patriotism, love of country, willingness to serve

    Seven months before the Treaty of Versailles was signed officially ending World War I, an armistice between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. In November 1919, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day, a day to be filled with pride for the heroism of those who died in service of our country. In 1954, after the greatest mobilization of Airmen, Marines, Soldiers, and Sailors in the nation’s history had been used to defeat the Germans, Japanese, and to fight the aggression in Korea, Congress approved changing the name of Armistice Day to what Americans now call, Veterans Day.
  • Take command: Enroll now for 2018 TRICARE coverage

    On Jan. 1, 2018, there are a number of changes coming to your TRICARE benefit. This includes a change to the current TRICARE regions. The current three regions (North, South and West) will become two regions (East and West). There will be new regional contractors for the new East and West regions.
  • AF civilian tuition assistance increases course limits

    Air Force officials have raised the course limit for civilian tuition assistance from one course per semester or quarter to two courses for fiscal year 2018.
  • Korean War veterans reunite for one last hoorah

    A reunion is held for this association every year at different bases around the states. This year, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina had the privilege to host the final official reunion for the group, Oct. 26-28, 2017.
  • Key spouses key component to SJAFB readiness, resilience

    The Key Spouse Program is an official unit and family program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of Air Force community. While service members are deployed, on temporary duty or working a 12-hour shift, family members sometimes need extra help and support. Key spouses are the volunteers who provide families with the resources and support they need.
  • SJAFB Airman to compete in World Military Cross Country Championship

    Capt. Matthew Williams, 4th Medical Operations Squadron medical services flight commander, has only been stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, for less than a month, but is already representing the base at the Conseil International du Sport Militaire World Military Cross Country Championship this month.
  • 4th CES firefighters certified in rescue ops

    Airman 1st Class Aleksander Rodriguez Kozlowski and Staff Sgt. Christopher Parker, 4th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters, attached carabiners to a main line of a simulated rescue, Oct. 30, 2017, at the training tower at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina. This training session was part of a 10-day training of rope and confined-space
  • East Coast Iron Dog Competition

    Working dogs and their handlers from across North Carolina came to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Oct. 25 to take part in the East Coast Iron Dog Competition. The competition consisted of a narcotics and an explosive detection course, a high-risk patrol scenario including tactical movements, the hardest hitting dog contest, and a 2-mile team endurance challenge with a veterinarian questionnaire for the handler.
  • Take Command: Changes to TRICARE disenrollment coming in 2018

    As part of the changes coming to TRICARE on Jan. 1, 2018, there will be new rules affecting disenrollment.
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