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  • 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.
  • Team Seymour honors diversity during Black History Month

    Members of Team Seymour reflect on the importance of African American history during this year’s Black History Month
  • Veterans brew Downtown

    Zac Fein and Carson Clark, former F-15E Strike Eagle crew chiefs assigned to the 4th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina said creating a rapport with other military members is a great way to stay connected once outside of the Air Force, and that is just what the two veterans did.
  • Appreciation for Retirees

    The base held its second annual Retiree Appreciation Night event, Nov. 10, to honor retirees for their service in conjunction with Veterans Day.
  • Gen. Pavel experiences F-15E Strike Eagle

    Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is home to the F-15E Strike Eagle, a dual-role fighter aircraft designed to perform air-to-air and air-to-ground missions. According to Col. Christopher Sage, 4th Fighter Wing commander, the mission here is to provide dominant Strike Eagle air power; anytime, anywhere. General Petr Pavel, NATO military committee chairman, experienced the mission firsthand during a visit, Oct. 14-16, 2016.
  • Ready … Aim ... Fire

    The 4th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms Training and Maintenance shop prepare Airmen for deployments. At Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, the CATM trainers are dedicated to teaching Airmen, how to fire weapons and hit targets as efficient as possible.“The mission for CATM is to supply the wing with mission readiness, and to make
  • When the beat drops

    Music has been around for ages. Before advanced technology and computers, musicians scratched and remixed tracks by hand using crates and turntables. While the preferred medium for playing music has slowly changed over time, from record players and tapes to laptops and iPods, the art of manually scratching and switching tracks has remained intact
  • Empowerment: Newton’s law of fitness

    The courtroom is abuzz with Airmen, unsettled in their seats, waiting for proceedings to begin. Capt. Leslie Newton walks into the room commanding their attention. Her presence in the courtroom mirrors the commanding poise she holds in the gym. A force to be reckoned with, Newton, the 4th Fighter Wing special victim’s counselor, works with her
  • Spouses come together

    The United States Air Force is not the world’s greatest AirForce just because of our hard-working Airmen; it takes the love and support oftheir spouses.To show appreciation to the spouses, Team Seymour held itsinaugural Spouses Dining-in, March 5, 2016, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base,North Carolina.Spouses spent hours preparing and decorating
  • Deciding the future one vote at a time

    The responsibility of choosing the newest leader of the stateor our country is left to the people of the nation; this includes the proud membersof the U.S. military, whether they are located locally or overseas.Voting is vital to the outcome of our nation’s future, and beingaware of all the voting methods available will assist in choosing the
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