Aircraft, people from 4th Fighter Wing
By Don McLoud
Published in News on June 10, 2004 2:05 PM
Aircraft and people from the 4th Fighter Wing were scheduled to begin leaving Seymour Johnson Air Force Base tonight for a deployment in support of the war on terrorism, the Air Force announced.
They will go somewhere in southwest Asia. Numbers of people and F-15E fighter jets going were not announced.
The move was part of the normal Air Force Expeditionary Force cycle, a 12-month rotation of troops.
Some airmen were scheduled to leave around midnight. Jets were scheduled to begin leaving around 5 a.m. Friday.
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