• SJ Airman convicted of drug use

    A senior airman from the 4th Equipment Maintenance Squadron was convicted at a general court-martial of the use of ecstasy, methamphetamine, marijuana and cocaine in violation of Article 112a of the Uniform Code of Military Justice Oct. 13. At trial, the accused pled guilty to wrongful use of ecstasy and methamphetamine but not guilty to wrongful
  • SJ preps for Veterans Day parade

    The year 2006 continues to be a year of celebration for Seymour Johnson AFB and the City of Goldsboro. It was in 1956, fifty years ago, that Seymour Johnson became a permanent Air Force Base. To honor this occasion, the 4th Fighter Wing and the city of Goldsboro have combined forces to put together the greatest of American traditions of
  • SJ loses team member

    Team Seymour lost one of its members Saturday. Staff Sgt. Donovan Charlton Whitehurst, a vehicle operator with the 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron, died while drag racing at the Outer Banks Speedway in Creswell, N.C. Sergeant Whitehurst, 27, who had 12 years of racing experience, was driving a hard-tail dragster when it crashed into a dirt
  • ‘Culture of Volunteerism’ hallmark of military service

    Ida Fryar is the spouse of a retired Airman. She invites patients from a local hospital into her home for meals. She also brings food to homebound people through the meals-on-wheels program. She arranges fundraising, organizes parties and bakes cupcakes for nursing home residents. Furthermore, Ms. Fryar crochets baby items for new mothers and works
  • CES snaps three-game losing streak, beats 335th/336th FS, 21-12

    After several grueling losses, the 4th Civil Engineer Squadron pulled off a major upset over the 335th/336th Fighter Squadron in a flag football matchup at Gym Field Monday. "You can't get them all," said CES coach Jimarse Brown. "We learn from every series and fix what's wrong. This time we were able to come out of it with a victory." The
  • October signals Domestic Violence Awareness month

    Domestic Abuse Awareness Month may only last during October, but the staff at the Family Advocacy Office want to make sure that all base personnel and their families are conscious of domestic abuse issues the year round. "Our mission in family advocacy is the prevention of domestic and child abuse through education programs and reaching families