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  • Task Force-Holloman welcomes Afghan evacuees with arms wide open

    1st Lt. Whitney Longenecker, Task Force-Holloman in-processing center officer in charge and Senior Airman Michaela Jones, TF-Holloman in-processing center coordinator deployed from Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina. Together they are in-processing Afghan evacuees and welcoming them into the United

  • Task Force-Holloman sets up, sustains support for Afghan refugees

    Most Americans have heard that the United States is taking at-risk Afghan evacuees out of Afghanistan and bringing them to multiple safe haven military bases to process and integrate them into American society. Holloman AFB was one of the last bases to be tasked by the Department of Defense to

  • SJAFB pilot selected for USAF Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds

    The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds, selected Capt. Lauren Schlichting, 333rd Fighter Squadron evaluating pilot and executive officer, at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, to join their team. Schlichting is set to fly Thunderbird 3, becoming the

  • 4th CES EOD flight hosts multi-base FTX

    Explosive Ordnance Disposal members from the 4th Civil Engineer Squadron at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina hosted and participated in field training exercise Operation Guillotine along with EOD members from Shaw AFB, South Carolina and Andrews AFB, Maryland, July 26 – July 30, 2021.

  • 4th FSS FAC keeps Airmen fit to fight

    The 4th Force Support Squadron fitness assessment cell is busier than ever since the resumption of fitness assessments.“The FAC manages the FAs for the base and makes sure all Airmen take their physical health seriously,” said Senior Airman Elijah Champion, 4th FSS FAC technician. The current FA

  • The 4th Fighter Group on D-Day

    Sunday 6 June 2021 marks 77 years since D-Day, a pivotal event in World War II. At 2300 hours on 5 June 1944, Colonel 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