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  • 4th SFS hosts National Police Week

    Members of the 4th Security Forces Squadron hosted several activities in celebration of National Police Week at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina from May 16 to May 20, 2022.

  • Women in Aviation: Gliders to fighters

    The young Minnesota girl held the flashlight in the cold hangar as her father tinkered with the aircraft handed down from her grandfather. For as long as Lt. Col. Bridgett “Atlas” Fitzsimmons, 334th Fighter Squadron director of operations, could remember, planes and runways have been embedded in her

  • Retired Lt. Col. paved way for military mothers

    For most, becoming a mother is a time for celebration, not discrimination. Before 1975, being pregnant while in the military was not allowed. As a result, pregnant women were involuntarily separated. However, a new policy in 1975 allowed women to continue to serve while pregnant and after giving

  • Seymour Johnson leads the way in Razor Talon

    Exercise Razor Talon is a quarterly Agile Combat Employment and large-force composite exercise that allows the Air Force to train in a fully-developed threat scenario environment with joint and combined warfighters across multiple domains. The Fourth Fighter Wing led the 4th quarter iteration of

  • U.S., Bulgarian aircrews “ACE” Castle Forge together

    Green-suited men and women emerge from open cockpits, their yellow helmet visors flashing against the sun’s rays. Others scurry to tend the F-15E Strike Eagles, tools in hand. Rock music blares across hot concrete. There are smiles all around.All this can only mean one thing: the “Rocketeers” of the