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  • Mustang resiliency gets gritty

    More than 180 members of Team Osan lined the ballroom of the Officer’s Club Sept. 26, 2019. Speckled amongst the guests were volunteers donning black t-shirts with the words “You Matter” written in white letters across the front.Sponsored by the chapel, the Grit luncheon encouraged Airmen to seek help and find the strength inside them when life
  • PACAF Band hits all the right notes with ROK Tour

    The United States of America and the Republic of Korea established a historical friendship following the Korean War in 1953. One of the U.S. Air Force’s overseas regional bands visited the Republic of Korea to help reinforce that alliance.
  • Team Osan reopens dorm after renovations

    Team Osan held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a dormitory renovation project Sept. 26, 2019, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea.The project on dormitory 1349 began two years ago with a project concept to renovate day rooms, bed rooms, lighting fixtures and install a new HVAC system.“The freedom of 51 million people starts with a good night’s
  • Air Power Day 2019 Wraps Up

    Team Osan’s Air Power Day 2019 hosted more than 33 thousand attendees throughout the weekend to include both the DOD Friends and Family and the public day Sept. 20-21. The 51st Fighter Wing showcased a variety of joint and combined capabilities with various assets from across the Republic of Korea and U.S. Forces Korea available for static display
  • Wolf Pack honors POW/MIA who are gone but not forgotten

    The 8th Fighter Wing came together to pay a special tribute to service members who are, and were, prisoners of war and missing in action during a week-long memorial from Sept. 16 to 20.
  • 51st CES conducts RADR training

    Generally, at the center of Air Force installation operations is the airfield and the runway, heavily guarded by law enforcement and surveillance to keep people and assets safe. Which leaves the question: what would happen if Osan Air Base’s runway was somehow left damaged? It is the responsibility of the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron to make accurate and timely repairs. In preparation for similar scenarios, the squadron held their biannual rapid airfield damage recovery training Sept. 9-13, 2019.
  • USFK Extends Curfew Suspension for an additional 90 Days

    United States Forces Korea extended the USFK-wide curfew suspension for servicemembers for an additional 90 days from September 17 to December 17.The original curfew suspension assessment, imposed from June 17 to September 17, focused on servicemember behavior, morale, and readiness factors.The curfew suspension extension serves as an additional
  • Firefighters rescue, treat Airmen mid-air

    Instructors from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam’s 554th RED HORSE Squadron trained and tested 10 Pacific Air Forces firefighters from three bases on high-risk, elevated and confined space rescue tactics.
  • 8th Fighter Wing focus on continuing resiliency after RTP capstone

    The 8th Fighter Wing hosted numerous resiliency-focused events for the Resilience Tactical Pause capstone with a Sept. 13. The first event, a forum, featured Col. Tad Clark, 8th FW commander, and a small group of Airmen who took the opportunity to share their stories on hardship and resiliency.
  • Osan hosts Fighter LASS for PACAF

    Air Force officers from allied and partner nations across the Pacific visited Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, took part in the 2019 Fighter Logistics and Safety Symposium Sept. 2-8.
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