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  • KNP visits Kunsan, tours SFS

    Members of the Korean National Police Gunsan City branch visited the 8th Fighter Wing to meet with base leadership and tour the 8th Security Forces Squadron building Aug. 20, 2019. The tour started with a military working dog demonstration where security forces walked through having a K-9 chase a runner, escort a suspect and protect his handler. Then, the group went to the combined defense operations center, where the 8th SFS and the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department can monitor the base through various cameras. Finally, they checked out the weapons used on base and learned about the virtual reality training system here.
  • USAF, ROKAF pilots bond with Friendship Day

    Members of the 25th Fighter Squadron at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, visited members of their “buddy squadrons” in the ROK Air Force, the 237th and 103rd FS’s stationed at Wonju Air Base, ROK, for a Friendship Day Aug. 21.This day gave the opportunity for members of both the U.S. and ROK military to bond with a cultural and relationship
  • Walking the road of sacrifice to success with Wolf Chief

    In his debut role as a wing command chief for the 8th Fighter Wing, better known as the Wolf Chief, Chief Master Sgt. Steve Cenov has already hit the ground running. “I’m too excited about being a member of the Wolf Pack team to be nervous,” said Cenov. “I look forward working shoulder to shoulder with the Airmen, the Republic of Korea Air Force servicemen and women, mission partners and civilians that make this wing great.”
  • 8th MDG strengthens friendship with ROKAF Tigers

    The 8th Medical Group held a special pilot-oriented physical therapy class for the Republic of Korea Air Force’s 111th Fighter Squadron “Tigers”, Aug. 9, 2019.
  • Leadership addresses suicide high

    U.S. Air Force Col. John Gonzales, 51st Fighter Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Adam Vizi, 51st FW command chief, hosted a series of all-calls Aug. 12 marking the beginning of Gonzales’ tenure.Among the topics discussed were upcoming base events, commander’s priorities and resiliency.Gonzalez laid out his priorities as readiness, teamwork and
  • 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.
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