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  • TMO provides top service to Wolf Pack

    With the summer months comes the warm weather, fun outdoor activities and an influx of personnel joining the Wolf Pack. With more than 2,700 personnel calling Kunsan Air Base “home”, ensuring Airmen have a successful move is the top priority for the 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office quality assurance Airmen. The QA section is responsible for conducting onsite inspections for all inbound and outbound household good shipments while also making contact with each military member during their permanent change of station process.
  • Wolf Pack Airmen learn to tackle practical problem solving

    Airmen from the 8th Fighter Wing attended a Continuous Process Innovation course covering the first three steps of practical problem solving. During the course, Airmen learned how to clarify and validate the problem, break it down and set an improvement target.
  • Meet the Pacific Air Forces command chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Johnson, Pacific Air Forces command chief, held an enlisted all call during his visit to Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, August 1-2, 2019.
  • Local Korean schoolchildren meet the Wolf Pack

    The 8th Fighter Wing hosted more than 20 school-age children from around the local area during a tour of Kunsan Air Base Aug. 2. For many of the children, the tour was a unique opportunity to visit and interact with American Airmen for the first time.
  • Smoking, the military, and your health

    Substance use and abuse is a major concern to the health, resiliency and readiness of our nation’s military. Among the many products that may be used and lead to addictive behaviors, tobacco stands out for its legality, availability, history with the military, status with Congress and lobbyists and low prices on military installations. Tobacco and the military have a long, entwined history, from Gen. MacArthur and his corncob pipe to Gen. LeMay’s cigars. However, public health studies show us that tobacco has several detrimental effects on our ability to be warfighters.
  • 8th FW tests responders’ mettle in active shooter training event

    The 8th Fighter Wing conducted an active shooter training Tuesday, July 23, 2019, at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. The training event was aimed at measuring the emergency response capabilities of different organizations on base.
  • 7th Air Force commander shares officer development changes with 8th Fighter Wing

    Lt. Gen. Kenneth S. Wilsbach, 7th Air Force commander, visited the 8th Fighter Wing and held an officer all call at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 19, 2019.
  • Osan Airmen typhoon ready

    Disasters come in many forms, shapes and sizes – and one in particular is a large, wrecking ball of severe rainstorms with wind speeds that exceed 74 miles per hour. This adverse weather condition is a tropical cyclone, or typhoon, and annually between June and October, typhoon season makes its waves in the Western North Pacific. For the Osan Air Base and the surrounding Korean Peninsula, being prepared to overcome typhoons while ensuring safety can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany the natural phenomenon. Fortunately, a special team of response and recovery crisis managers and weather forecasters keep the installation’s personnel and assets equipped to survive a storm.
  • MND hosts cultural tour for U.S. service members

    The Republic of Korea Ministry of National Defense hosted a three-day Korean culture tour for more than 50 U.S. military personnel, July 9 – July 11. The Korean MND has been organizing tours since 1972, giving numerous opportunities for U.S. military personnel stationed all over the Korean peninsula to learn more about the vast history and unique culture of their host nation.
  • 7th AF vice commander visits Wolf Pack, interviews with PA

    Brig. Gen. David Eaglin, 7th Air Force vice commander, visited the 8th Fighter Wing for an orientation tour July 12. During his visit, he shared his thoughts with 8th Fighter Wing Public Affairs.
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