Seymour Johnson

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Seymour Johnson Air Force Base - History
... Seymour Johnson Air Force Base occupies over 3,300 acres (13 kmĀ²) in the southeast section of Goldsboro ... Seymour Johnson Field was opened in April 1942 as Headquarters, Technical School, Army Air Forces Technical Training Command ... Seymour Johnson Field received a third mission in September 1943 to provide basic military training for cadets preparing to become technical officers in the Army Air ...
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base - History - World War II
... Construction of Seymour Johnson Field started on 9 March 1942 and by 10 July 1942 the 333d Base HQ and Air Base Squadron was established as the host unit ... Seymour Johnson Field was assigned to the USAAF Technical Training Command, and the airfield's initial mission was Field Aviation Cadet Pre-Technical School Training in bomber mechanics ... The 76th Training Wing was activated at Seymour Johnson on 26 February 1943 and the airfield's mission was changed to training replacement pilots for the P-47 Thunderbolt ...
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base - History - Cold War To Present Day - Air Defense Command
... renamed Aerospace Defense Command) was based at Seymour Johnson, flying the Convair F-102A Delta Dagger as part of ADC's 32nd and 26th Air Divisions ... During early 1959 runway construction at Seymour Johnson forced the unit to relocate to the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina ... In May 1959, the squadron returned to Seymour Johnson AFB and continued activities at their home base for the first time in over a year ...

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