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  • Weighed in Gold: One spouse's view on the Gold Star family program

    “Since learning about the community, it has changed my life,” she said. Taylor Grotjan, a local North Carolina resident, has been a Gold Star family member since 2018. Taylor is the wife of Staff Sgt. James “Ty” Grotjan who died July 12, 2018, while deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.

  • Well maintained: A look into 4CMS avionics backshop

    Everyday 68 Airmen from the 4th Component Maintenance Squadron avionics backshop team perform repairs on 23 different avionics instruments of all shapes and sizes at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina.

  • 4th OSS RAPCON uses frequencies, keeps aviators safe

    Throughout the skies are unseen frequencies that allow the 4th Operations Support Squadron Radar Approach Control Airmen to communicate with F-15E Strike Eagle aircrew at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Dec. 13, 2022.

  • 4th SFS hosts EIC pistol match

    The 4th Security Forces Squadron combat arms training and maintenance section hosted an excellence-in-competition pistol match at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Nov. 18, 2022.

  • SJAFB observes POW/MIA Remembrance Week

    SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, N.C. – Airmen assigned to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, observed POW/MIA Remembrance Week from Sept. 12-16, 2022. In 1979, President Jimmy Carter established National POW/MIA Recognition Day on the third week of September in honor of service members

  • 4th CMS E&E puts the power in airpower

    Keeping the 94 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft assigned to the 4th Fighter Wing running and operational may be seen by maintainers as rewarding, yet challenging. The art of fixing an aircraft can be extensive and can take countless Airmen days or weeks to accomplish.