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  • SJ gears up for WOW

    The 4th Fighter Wing will host the Wings Over Wayne Air Show here May 12. The air show provides an opportunity to give the wing's neighbors in the community first-hand access to the aircraft and professionals that make up the world's mightiest air force. This year's air show features the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, the U.S. Army Golden Knights and the
  • Air Force Assistance Fund campaign in full swing

    This year's Air Force Assistance Fund "Commitment to Caring" campaign, which runs locally today until May 4, will provide Airmen the opportunity to contribute to any of the four official Air Force charitable organizations. Now in its 33rd year, 100 percent of designated AFAF contributions will benefit active-duty, Reserve, Guard, retired Air Force
  • AF changes leave, special-liberty policy

    Airmen may now be granted a special liberty pass in conjunction with leave without requiring a duty day between the pass and leave periods, according to an Air Force Personnel Center news release. Airmen must be physically present in the local area when departing and returning from leave. If they wish to leave the local area during the pass period
  • JASDF visits SJ

  • SJ Airman helps train Afghan soldiers

    Coalition forces work hand-in-hand with the Afghan National Army to train Soldiers at the Kabul Military Training Center to enter the fight against terrorism and provide security for the Afghan people. One of Team Seymour's Airman, Senior Master Sgt. Richard Spaulding, is doing his part to help accomplish this mission. At any given time, more than
  • DOD implements Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program

    Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program, or AVIP, mandates Airmen assigned to high-threat areas receive the Anthrax vaccine, while also providing Airmen the choice to continue anthrax vaccines if they are not assigned to a designated high-threat area. The Department of Defense issued a new policy memo Oct. 12 requiring the DOD begin mandatory anthrax
  • Wing leaders will not tolerate unprofessional drinking habits

    Fourth Fighter Wing leaders are unveiling an aggressive campaign to curtail the impact that alcohol has on the wing's readiness. The campaign involves a renewed emphasis on pre-drink planning, building exposure for a Goldsboro-vicinity all-hours taxi service and fundamental changes to the Airmen Against Drunk Driving program. The primary objective
  • Satellite pharmacy set to close

    The satellite pharmacy will be consolidated into the Koritz Clinic pharmacy April 2 by using Air Force Smart Operations 21 concepts to streamline processes and fall into play with the 'Leaner, Lighter, More efficient' Air Force mantra.By combining the two pharmacies, it will create a one-stop shop for many who already make trips to each pharmacy in
  • Traumatic Stress Response Team aids Airmen in coping with tragedy

    Tragic accidents resulting in the loss of an Airman can happen anywhere at any time, whether it's during a deployment, on the job stateside or even while home on leave. The Traumatic Stress Response team takes on the challenge of helping people cope with the loss of a friend or co-worker. Traumatic Stress Response, previously known as Critical
  • No fad diets key theme to 2007 National Nutrition Month

    Diet fads come and go, and some may help you lose weight -- in the short term. For National Nutrition Month 2007, the American Dietetic Association says the most effective long-term way to achieve a healthy lifestyle is to be 100 percent fad free. "Following a diet plan and losing weight in the short term is relatively easy," said Maj. Maureen
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