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U.S. Army Capt. Otis Ingram explains predictions of space interference to a fellow Army officer March 10, 2015, in the Republic of Korea Air and Space Operation Center during exercise Key Resolve at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. Ingram is a space coordination officer from the 3rd Battlefield Coordination Detachment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel/Released) Space planning essential to battle success
"Space, the final frontier," means a lot to people in different careers, but is the vast blackness filled with mesmerizing intergalactic-lights important to today's warfighter?According to Air Force Capt. Jamil Brown, the 607th Air Operations Center chief of space plans, space is a newer concept to warfighting and his team is working to integrate
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2015
U.S. Air Force Capt. Anna Narduzzi, the Seventh Air Force plans and readiness chief, reviews emails March 10, 2015, during exercise Key Resolve on Osan Air Base. Training exercises like Key Resolve highlight the longstanding partnership and enduring friendship between United Nations Command Sending States' assurance to peace and security on the Peninsula, and reaffirms the U.S. commitment to the region. (U.S. Air Force photo by William Banton) Key Resolve civil engineers support everything from start to end
In a nondescript room in the bottom of a random building, sits a group of men and women coordinating engineering requirements for military personnel.The civil engineers working for the Seventh Air Force installations and mission support during exercise Key Resolve 2015 strive to ensure all Republic of Korea and U.S. installations remain operational
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A U.S. Air Force survival, evasion, resistance and escape specialist and a civilian from the Republic of Korea Air Force Simulation Center produce a "troops in contact" rescue scenario March 9, 2015, for exercise Key Resolve at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. The exercise is mostly computer based, offering participants the opportunity to respond to varying scenarios to produce close to real-life responses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel/Released) ROKAF Simulation Center executes KR15
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Attacks, counter-attacks, bombs, rescues, evacuations, and logistics are all elements of conflict, which is prepared for and fought all over the world. For the participants of Key Resolve these actions and other important elements of combat come through a buzzing hard drive rather than from a physical foe.The
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Airman 1st Class Sean Humphrey, a vehicle operator with the 18th Logistics Readiness Squadron at Kadena Air Force Base, Japan, drives U.S. Armed Forces to and from their destinations at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 26, 2014. Airmen with the 18 LRS transport augmentees in support of Exercise Key Resolve 2014. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Omari Bernard) LRS keeps KR14 rolling
At a street corner, Airmen, Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers wait patiently. Their eyes pan the horizon in search of a familiar sight. Some shift they're feet, while others twiddle their thumbs and adjust their hats all while waiting. They stiffen and turn their heads at the same time as a familiar rumbling sound comes down the lane. The motley array
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2014
U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Isaac Yi and Republic of Korea Air Force 2nd Lts. Yohan Kim and Wero Jung with the 7th Air Force Air Component Command Plans and Coordination Division, serve as linguists during Exercise Key Resolve 2014 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March 6, 2014.  Linguists translate and transcribe key messages between the Republic of Korea and U.S. Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Omari Bernard) Translating mission success
Whether in exercise or during normal operations, the 7th Air Force Air Component Command plans and coordination directorate translates and transcribes key messages between the Republic of Korea and U.S. Air Forces at Osan Air Base.  In communicating those messages, ROK and U.S. translators were essential to making the mission happen."Our mission is
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2014
Default Air Force Logo A1 supports Key Resolve '14
OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea - The 7th Air Force A1 Section at Osan Air Base provides manpower, services and personnel support during contingency operations."In the A1, we are responsible for the lodging and food services for all of our deployed personnel and augmentees," said Air Force Lt. Col. Rhonda Larson, director of manpower, services and
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2014
Maj. Gen. Clarence Tinker, an Oklahoma native and Tinker Air Force Base namesake, was killed in 1942 when he led a flight of LB-30s into a bomb strike against the Japanese. Gen. Tinker, who selected himself as flight leader for the combat mission instead of asking his subordinates to go, was the first general officer to die in action during World War II. (Air Force photo courtesy of Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center History Office) Native American Heritage Month: Maj. Gen. Clarence L. Tinker
Historian's Note: The month of November is designated annually in the United States by presidential proclamation as National Native American Heritage Month. In celebration of the 2013 observance of National Native American Heritage Month, the Seventh Air Force History Office recognizes Maj. Gen. Clarence L. Tinker, a member of the Native American
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Tech. Sgt. Raymond Cantrell (left), 51st Security Forces Squadron defender, discusses plan of battle with the Republic of Korea Army forces during a ROK Army exercise near Osan Air Base March 15, 2013. Prepositioning of friendly forces to counteract the enemy is key in air base defense operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Alexis Siekert) 7th Air Force coordinates, directs base defense training
Ensuring the defense of the peninsula is the top priority for the Republic of Korea and U.S. Alliance, and the force protection cell at the 7th Air Force Air Component Command supports that priority by providing situational awareness to defenders throughout South Korea during Exercise Key Resolve. Key Resolve is an annual combined and joint command
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2013
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Hyo K. Oh and Republic of Korea Air Force 1st Lt. Lee, Suk-Hyung, 7th Air Force Air Component Command plans and coordination directorate senior interpreters, converse after a briefing during Exercise Key Resolve at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March 20, 2013. Training exercises like Key Resolve are carried out in the spirit of the 1953 ROK-U.S. Mutual Defense Treaty. These exercises highlight the longstanding partnership and enduring friendship between the United Nations Command sending state nations, help ensure peace and security on the peninsula, and reaffirm the U.S. commitment to the region. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Hailey R. Davis) Translators bridge language, culture gap
For the 7th Air Force Air Component Command plans and coordination directorate, communicating key messages between Republic of Korea and U.S. service members is important during daily operations at Osan Air Base. In communicating those messages, ROK and U.S. translators bridge the gap between both language and culture."We are fighting together, so
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2013
Default Air Force Logo How to Save a Life -- Suicide Prevention
The military community has always placed an emphasis on suicide prevention and, now more than ever, we need to pull our military family together to tackle a growing concern ... an increase in the number of Air Force members who take their own life. Since Oct. 1, there has been an increase in suicides among Airmen as compared to the same period
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