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  • A safe landing

    The 4th Operations Support Squadron Radar Approach Control (RAPCON) Airmen from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, ensured a safe landing for a civilian aviator, Ross Rivkin, at Duplin County Airport in Kenansville, North Carolina, ultimately saving his life on Dec. 17, 2021.

  • Air Combat Command Names Lead Wings 

    The commander of Air Combat Command has designated five units as Lead Wings as part of the combat air force’s transition to the service’s new force generation model. 

  • 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

  • Seymour Johnson maintainers keep jets, alliances ready at Castle Forge

    Since Oct. 6, F-15E Strike Eagles from the 336th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, have been thundering over the Black Sea region alongside allies from the Bulgarian, Greek, and Romanian air forces. This multinational operation, Castle Forge, is all