Seymour Johnson releases name of airman found dead in Goldsboro; investigation continues
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base officials released the name on Thursday of an airman found dead Tuesday in his Goldsboro home.Posted — Updated
Tech Sgt. David J. Devier, an aircraft maintenance crew chief with the 911th Air Refueling Station, was found dead at a Brantwood Drive home. His cause of death is being investigated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
Devier had been stationed at Seymour Johnson since April 2016.
“We lost a member of our family yesterday. It hits home and affects us all,” Col. Eric Jenkins, 916th Air Refueling Wing commander, said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to David’s family."
4th Fighter Wing mental health and chaplain personnel have been meeting with Devier’s co-workers and friends and will continue to be available to anyone needing their services during this difficult time, officials said.