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  • Enjoy the ride while feeling safe; SJ promotes safe motorcycle riding

    It’s important for all motorcyclists, whether new or experienced, to know and practice safe driving techniques. The 4th Fighter Wing safety office paired with members of Team Seymour to help inform and teach riders about motorcycle safety by becoming certified trainers in order to teach the Basic Riders Course provided by the Air Force.
  • Connecting the community through fresh produce

    Team Seymour is comprised of people that bring the community together in a variety of ways. Melanie Simon, an Air Force spouse and organizer of the bi-monthly produce run, embodies the wing priorities with the creation of a produce run where customers can purchase fresh produce at an affordable price. During a trip to the local farmer’s market with her mother in October 2019, Simon envisioned the current produce run event that now services over 50 families in Goldsboro, North Carolina.
  • Solemn Reminder: SJAFB pauses to reflect on 9/11

    The ceremony marked the 18th anniversary of the events of 9/11, which claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 American citizens. It’s introduction, consisted of an honor guard utilizing firefighters and defenders assigned to the 4th Fighter Wing.  
  • Welcome Home Gen. Holmes

    Members of Team Seymour provided a warm welcome for the commander of Air Combat Command during his trip back to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, Feb. 24-27, 2019.
  • Wreaths Across America: SJ honors fallen

    Airmen from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, along with Wayne County community members participated in an annual wreath laying ceremony at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery for Wreaths Across America Day, Dec. 17, 2016.
  • Team Seymour tracks Hurricane Matthew

    UPDATE, Oct. 6, 9:30 a.m.: Hurricane Matthew is a strong Category 3 hurricane located 255 miles southeast of West Palm Beach, Florida, moving northwest at 12 miles per hour. Matthew will move into a more favorable environment over the next several hours and is forecast to strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane before encroaching on the Florida coastline. Matthew will move up the eastern seaboard and is expected to make an eastward turn late Saturday into Sunday and begin to move southward back toward the Bahamas on Monday into Tuesday. Based upon the current track, Fort Fisher is still expected to see tropical storm conditions and heavy rain with upward of 10 - 12 inches. Gusty winds and 4 - 6 inches of rain are expected here at Seymour Johnson. Localized flooding is expected in the area.
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