• 4th FW commander hosts all calls

    Airmen and civilian personnel assigned to the 4th Fighter Wing attend a commander's all call at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Oct. 19, 2023. The commander's all call assessed the fiscal year and highlighted the wing’s accomplishments and personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior

  • A fire truck's return to service

    “Everywhere I have gone it is the tradition when a firefighter dies, they are taken to the grave on a fire truck. We refer to it as their last ride,” said Sean Quinby, 4th Fighter Wing fire chief.

  • Det 4 provides a data analysis capability for ACC units

    Air Combat Command's Detachment 4 supports commanders and warfighters across ACC's Numbered Air Forces, Air Operations Centers, Wings, and levels below the Wing to deliver decision dominance through data analytics. Det 4's mission is to execute operational analysis by transforming data into decision

  • U.S. Air Force 76th Birthday Ball at SJAFB

    A display is set up at the Maxwell Center during an Air Force Ball in Goldsboro, North Carolina, Sep. 16, 2023. This year's theme was “warriors of yesterday, pioneers of tomorrow” and paid homage to Vietnam War veterans. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman David Lynn)

  • Airmen reflect during POW/MIA Recognition Day 24-hour vigil

    Airmen carried the POW/MIA flag during a 24-hour vigil event as part of POW/MIA Recognition Day at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Sept. 15, 2023. Airmen and civilians carried the POW/MIA flag throughout a 24-hour period to commemorate those who didn’t make it home. National POW/MIA

  • Team Seymour recognized during NC Freedom Fest

    Col. Lucas Teel, center right, 4th Fighter Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Martinez, second right, 4th FW command chief, recognize Airmen alongside Wayne County community leaders during the Military Appreciation Award Ceremony as part of the NC Freedom Fest, at Goldsboro, North Carolina, Sept.

  • Signed, sealed, delivered

    Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C. - - When equipment on an F-15E Strike Eagle becomes unserviceable, the part must be replaced or repaired in order for maintenance to get the jet back in the air.