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  • Battle Control System -- Korea attains full operational capability

    After 20 months of systems testing and more than $500,000 spent, Lt. Gen. Stephen Wood, 7th Air Force commander declared that Battle Control System-Korea had attained "full operational capability." Battle Control System-Korea, known simply as BCS-K, is the weapons system used by members of the 621st Air Control Squadron to control all U.S. air
  • Osan SVS aims to be 'Best in AF'

    The 51st Services Squadron food service operation will get a chance to show they're the best when the John L. Hennessy Award team visits Osan Sunday through Feb. 16. The John L. Hennessy trophy is an annual award presented to the Air Force installation, in single and multiple categories, having the best food service program in the Air Force, said
  • Osan to conduct combat outprocessing

    Every member of Team Osan is familiar with the motto, "Ready to Fight Tonight." With that in mind, the MPF recently instituted a new process to ensure every Airman remains combat ready until 24 hours prior to their PCS departure from Osan. With the new combat out-processing, members will keep their chemical warfare deployable equipment until the
  • ALS 07-B graduates

    Congratulations to the following members of Airman Leadership School class 07-B who graduated on Thursday: - Senior Airman James Conyers, 303rd Intelligence Squadron - Senior Airman Benjamin Krengel, 303rd Intelligence Squadron - Senior Airman Matthew Leopardi, 303rd Intelligence Squadron - Senior Airman Julie Lettis, 303rd Intelligence Squadron -
  • Intel Airmen graduate new language lab

    Eight Airmen from the 303rd Intelligence Squadron became the first to graduate from the new language lab here Jan. 30. Col. Jacqueline Walsh, 692nd Intelligence Group commander from Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, presented the graduation certificates to the students. "Everyone did a great job of making this happen," said Colonel Walsh. "The class
  • Osan remembers Battle of Bayonet Hill

    Osan held its annual Remembrance Ceremony for the Hill 180 "Battle of Bayonet Hill" Feb. 9. This year's 200-person crowd included numerous distinguished guests like Lt. Gen. David Valcourt, 8th Army commander, and Mr. Larry Lyons, from the Pacific Area Veterans of Foreign Wars. It was here 56 years ago that nine soldiers from the 27th Infantry
  • SNIFL if you have a sniffle

    Since so many servicemembers are stationed unaccompanied here, there is one Mustang who is taking the time to give the gift of goodwill and good health. Capt. Bethany Shana, Osan's Military Equal Opportunity officer, knows that good old fashioned cold and flu remedies have always included chicken noodle soup. That's why she started the Soup Needed