SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE
Named after a US Navy Aviator from Goldsboro, this base pre-dates the US Air Force itself. Getting its start in 1940 during the height of WWII, it was originally purposed to be a training air field for our nation’s defense. Even today it remains the only Air Force base named after a naval officer. Seymour Johnson Air Force Base also serves as the venue for North Carolina’s largest free air show, Wings Over Wayne, that takes place every odd-numbered year.
STEP ONE: REGISTER BELOW
Fill out the registration form below with the information about yourself and your party. All tours are limited to (40) participants.
If you have a large party, please reach out to us at (919) 734-7922 to schedule a private tour.
STEP THREE: ARRIVE AT 8:30 AM
The shuttle will pick up tour participants at 8:30 a.m., in the AMF Bowling Alley parking lot, near the base entrance.
(105 S. Berkeley Blvd.)
All information about your tour will be provided to you via email (2) weeks prior, so keep an eye out!
STEP TWO: EMAIL CONFIRMATION
Once you have filled out the registration form, you will receive an email (2) weeks before the tour giving you detailed information about the day of your tour.
STEP FOUR: ENJOY THE TOUR
Learn and experience the history, mission and air power of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, and the incredible jets soaring across the skies.
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308 N. William Street
Goldsboro, North Carolina