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  • Creating True Identity

    The month of June is recognized as Pride Month; commemorating the sacrifices the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community have made throughout history. Numerous LGBTQ Airmen have bravely served and defended their country long before they were allowed to do so openly. As for Master Sgt. Linwood Cypress, 8th Health Care Operations
  • Fitting a mold not designed for me

    After intense 60-minute gym workouts, I typically return to my dorm room to judge myself. Grabbing at what little fat lingers on my stomach, overanalyzing if I’ll ever look good enough. The thought of being physically vulnerable quickly forces me to put a shirt on. Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought to yourself, Wow! I look great! for
  • 51st CES Airmen have a birds eye view

    Airmen from the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron took to the skies to accomplish their quarterly Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System training and maintain their Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems operator proficiency. Their training is part of the Air Force Civil Engineer Centers “RADAS” program, which allows CE Airmen to quickly assess airfields
  • Students learn about weather

    Tech. Sgt. Isabelle Qi, 51st Operations Support Squadron weather technician, pours water in container during a weather front demonstration at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, May 26, 2021. The weather technicians used visual demonstrations to explain meteorological concepts to Osan Elementary School students. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt.
  • Bridging the gap between two worlds

    “I have only known one house before I joined the Air Force, the house in Mission Viejo, California, that I was born and raised in,” said Maj. Samuel Han, 8th Comptroller Squadron commander. “Back then there were two Asian kids within our entire community, my brother and myself.”Han described his childhood as ordinary as any other family. He didn’t
  • A Journey to Finding Diversity

    Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders contributions have been influential throughout the history of the United States and the men and women who have served, and are serving, have helped shape our military into what it is today. The Department of Defense celebrates these contributions and service by declaring May as Asian American and Pacific
  • Osan hosts first local Spark Tank competition

    Four Osan Airmen submitted workplace improvement concepts before a panel of judges to compete for their project to be funded May 20, 2021.
  • 7th AF leadership recognized, mentored Wolf Pack Airmen

    Lt. Gen. Scott. Pleus, 7th Air Force commander, speaks with 80th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Airmen during a 7th AF leadership visit at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, May 13, 2021. During their visit, Pleus and Chief Master Sgt. Philip Hudson, 7th AF command chief, visited many units in the Wolf Pack and coined outstanding Airmen. (U.S. Air
  • Squadron health initiative ensures fighter pilots are fit to fight tonight, tomorrow

    The Air Force’s mission statement is to Fly, Fight, and Win…Airpower Anytime, Anywhere.Pilots need to be at the top of their game and in peak physical health to dominate in aerial warfare for the world’s greatest Air Force.To meet these standards, the 8th Operations Group hired athletic trainers and a licensed massage therapist to establish a
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