Among an airfield full of fighter jets and refuelers, two U.S. Army CH-47F Chinooks arrived at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base on June 18. Chinooks are multipurpose helicopters capable of supporting almost any mission from transportation to combat support.

Airmen from the 4th Contracting Squadron, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, teamed up with soldiers from the 419th Contracting Support Brigade, Fort Bragg, for the 2021 Virtual Joint Forces Contracting Exercise held June 21-25 at Fort Bragg.

As temperatures rise and the unrelenting humidity of summer rolls into Goldsboro, airmen from the 4th Civil Engineer Squadron heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration shop work to beat the heat on base.

“This is his journey. Our sunshine. The one who most often finds the positive in everything,” said Lisa Howard, Jackson Forrsberg’s mother. “He takes things at face value and deals. He always has something funny to say most times includes saying things as they are because he sees things that…

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Since a proclamation signing in 1978, May has been recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, in honor of the contributions they have made to the U.S.

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At 2300 hours on June 5, 1944, Col. Don Blakeslee briefed the 4th Fighter Group pilots on the D-Day operations the next day. Blakeslee emphasized it was going to be a long, tough day with the Group flying three sorties to support the invasion.

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The Wayne County Veterans and Patriots Coalition is planning several commemorative events for the Memorial Day weekend to honor those who died in service to their country.

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NAVAL OUTLYING LANDING FIELD CHOCTAW, Fla. — What would happen if personnel needed to be rapidly deployed to a location where nothing was on the ground except a landing strip?

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Airmen assigned to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base recently hosted ROTC cadets from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

After having to cancel last year’s Relay for Life, organizers with the American Cancer Society are tentatively planning to hold it this year on June 11.

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A blanket of silence covered Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. A group of people in civilian clothes gathered together in a large gated area covered with green turf, steam emanating from behind their masks in the crisp, cool morning air.

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Commanders and first sergeants from across Seymour Johnson Air Force Base attended the annual Mental Health Symposium on March 30. The event’s intent was to equip base leaders with the tools necessary to support their airmen with the resources available from the mental health flight.

Children and adults will have the opportunity to see a variety of vehicles up close during the annual Touch a Truck at the Wayne County Fairgrounds.

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Over the last 65 years, joy and laughter have filled the air at Herman Park in Goldsboro, all thanks to a miniature train.

For the first time since being established at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the 414th Fighter Group led training operations during their Unit Training Assembly on March 6.

A partnership between Wayne County Public Schools and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base may create a brand new school next year — the Wayne School of Technical Arts.

Acting Secretary of the Air Force John P. Roth emphasized the importance of staying true to the Air Force priorities, supporting and defending the Constitution, serving the American people, and protecting the nation during his March 10 visit to the Air Force Academy.

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base depends on the well-being of its civilian personnel, airmen and their families, and there’s one shop that helps ensure their safety every day: the 4th Fighter Wing Safety Office.

The 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron works hard to ensure the base’s vehicles are running well and ready for any mission. To showcase and instill unit pride, the 4th LRS held a Vehicle Inspection Roll-By on March 8 at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.

With the summer days approaching and warm weather upon us, it’s natural to be excited for longer days, spending more time outside and trips on the road to our favorite places. Along with the sunshine becoming more present in our lives, motorcyclists will become more present on the road as well.

All of Wayne County’s public schools have earned the Purple Star Award designation from the North Carolina Department of Instruction for the 2019-20 school year.

Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center Public Affairs has produced and published videos from the November 2020 Air Reserve Component field orientation event, which was held virtually.