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  • U.K. flies in U.S. airspace

    Royal Air Force pilots and weapon system officers flying U.S. Air Force jets may sound like a farfetched idea, but to Flight Lieutenants Chris Ball, a Tornado GR4 pilot, and Mark Crawford, a weapon systems officer, this is their reality. They are part of an exchange program between the United States and the United Kingdom that consists of
  • Deployed NCO keeps equipment moving

    Master Sgt. Andre Cameron, 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron, was selected as 732nd Air Expeditionary Wing senior non-commissioned officer of the month for June 2007. Sergeant Cameron is the NCO in charge of the retrograde property assistance team and is directly responsible for the expedited staging and airlift of Army combat equipment, boosting
  • Mandatory water conservation at Seymour in effect

    The 4th Civil Engineer Squadron is working with the City of Goldsboro to issue a mandatory water conservation plan in response to the current water shortage throughout the state that will remain in effect until further notice starting Sept. 19. According to city compliance, consumers must reduce water use immediately in order to extend existing
  • Secretary, chief send Air Force birthday message

    The following is a message from Secretary of the Air Force Michael W. Wynne and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley on the Air Force's 60th birthday Sept. 18. "Sixty years ago today the Air Force became an independent service. Three days before becoming the first secretary of the Air Force, W. Stuart Symington noted in his address to
  • Lasting heritage to limitless horizons

    Sixty years ago--President Harry Truman set the wheels in motion that directed the establishment of the United States Air Force. It was a move that broke tradition. It was move that changed military culture. And, it was a move that put airpower in its proper place--as the preeminent purveyor of the high ground in fighting America's wars. Airpower
  • Transition program preps Airmen for career, culture change

    Fifteen Airmen of various ranks prepared for post-military life during a transition assistance workshop hosted by the Airman and Family Readiness Center here Sept. 11 - 13. The three-day workshop provides information to help retiring or separating servicemembers find employment and gain a greater understanding of civilian work culture. The workshop
  • Deployed maintainers have ‘huge shoes to fill’

    The deployed Airmen of the 336th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Unit from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., have a tough act to follow as they replace the 492nd EAMU in support of the Global War on Terror from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. With thousands of maintenance actions logged since their arrival here last May, members of the RAF
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  • Reintegration program required for post-deployment Airmen

    When Airmen return from deployments, whether it's from Southwest Asia or Southwest Florida, they will now be required to attend the Reintegration Education Program within three to seven days of returning here. For small groups of returning Airmen, the program will be available at the chapel annex, the Airman and Family Readiness Center and the
  • 'Jeopardy!' celebrates Air Force's 60th anniversary

    In honor of the Air Force's 60th anniversary this year, the Sept. 27 episode of "Jeopardy!" will feature special video clues taped during host Alex Trebek's USO tour to Japan. During the end of the category, viewers will be treated to a fun and unique spotlight about the Air Force. Mr. Trebek and the "Jeopardy!" crew visited Kadena Air Base, Japan,
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