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  • Voicing their concerns

    The 8th Fighter Wing enlisted corps got a chance to voice their concerns to the commander Monday during an enlisted call at the theater and fitness center. Col. Jeff 'Wolf' Lofgren, 8th FW commander, requested the enlisted force for the roughly one-hour long sessions at each location, broken down between the senior NCO, NCO and Airman ranks. The
  • ROK-U.S. share wingman attitude

    Lt. Gen. Stephen Wood, deputy commander of United Nations Command and U.S. Forces Korea and commander of 7th Air Force, paid a visit to the Wolf Pack here March 8. He was here to show Gen. Kim, Sung Il, Republic of Korea Air Force chief of staff, a couple of the Air Force's premier fighter aircraft. "Since the F-117s are here training with the Wolf
  • Updating personnel records readiness vital to mission

    Nobody can predict the twists and turns that life can take, but with a little bit of preparation Airmen can make the best of any situation. The Air Force Personnel Center has designated March as Personnel Records Readiness Month. Military members should use this opportunity to review such items as their virtual record of emergency data, or vRed,
  • Holloman OG commander sees deployed F-117 operations

    The Wolf Pack welcomed a special member of the 49th Fighter Wing who traveled to the Republic of Korea this week to get a first-hand look at the success of the stealth fighter's deployment. Holloman's operations group commander Col. Jack Forsythe arrived Saturday just in time to see one of the biggest differences between Holloman and Kunsan
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  • Anthrax vaccinations to be mandatory in March for Osan

    Dr. David S. Chu, Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel and Readiness, signed "Implementation of the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program (AVIP)," Dec. 6. Mr. Chu's memo makes anthrax vaccinations mandatory for military personnel, emergency/mission-essential DoD civilians and contractors serving for more than 15 consecutive days in either Korea or
  • Osan pets must get microchips

    There is a new requirement to micro-chip all pet dogs and cats belonging to active duty military, retirees or U.S. federal civilians or contractors residing on and around Osan Air Base. On Dec. 1, Brig. Gen. Joe Reynes, 51st Fighter Wing commander signed a policy letter, "Microchip Program for Privately-Owned Animals." On Feb. 13, a U.S. Forces
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