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Senior Airman Kostantinos Efstathiou, 36th Aircraft Maintenance Unit. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Eric Petosky) Airman Spotlight: SrA Kostantinos Efstathiou
Name: Senior Airman Kostantinos EfstathiouUnit: 36th Aircraft Maintenance UnitJob title: Electrical and Environmental system specialist Job description and its impact on the overall mission: · Identifies, isolates/repairs aircraft malfunctions on F-16 C/D electrical/environmental systems· Fabricates, replaces, repairs/modifies electrical wire
0 10/31
2011
Airman 1st Class Gloria Moctezuma, 51st Security Forces Squadron (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez) Airman Spotlight: Airman 1st Class Gloria Moctezuma
Unit: 51st Security Forces Squadron Job title: Entry Controller and Quick Reaction Team Member Job description and its impact on the overall mission: To provide front line security to all base resources and personnel and maintain readiness as a Wing first responder. I ensure the rest of the Wing has a threat free area of operations to execute the
0 10/24
2011
The 51st Force Support Squadron staff hosted its 10th Annual “BBQ & Blues” Oct. 9, 2011, at the parking lot near the Officers Club. This day of free food and fun was filled with barbecued ribs and the sounds of music pounding away at the eardrums. Eighteen groups started their day at about 7 a.m. to compete to be crowned the team with the best ribs on base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Chad Thompson) Tenth Annual BBQ and Blues serves Osan great ribs, fun
For those at Osan who might have rolled out of bed a little late Saturday, the sweet smell of barbeque in the air definitely got their day started right.The 51st Force Support Squadron staff hosted its 10th Annual "BBQ & Blues" Oct. 8, 2011, at the parking lot near the Officers Club.This day of free food and fun was filled with barbecued ribs and
0 10/11
2011
Staff Sgt. Malinda Lyons (left), 25th Aircraft Maintenance Unit weapons loader, signals instructions to Airman 1st Class Charles Clayton while loading a GBU-31 bomb on an A-10 during the 3rd Quarter Load Crew Competition Oct. 4. Crew 3 from the 25th AMU won the competition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Eric Petosky) 25th AMU takes load crew competition honors
Weapon loaders from the 25th Aircraft Maintenance Unit won the 3rd Quarter Load Crew Competition Oct. 4, putting the travelling trophy back into Osan Air Base hands.Staff Sgt. Malinda Lyons, Staff Sgt. Kenneth Thompson, and Airman 1st Class Charles Clayton, Crew 3 of the 25th AMU, defeated Staff Sgt. Chris Fleming, Staff Sgt. Terry White, and
0 10/11
2011
Airmen from the 51st Fighter Wing form a line and move forward searching for debris during the wing’s Foreign Object Debris walk on Oct. 11, 2011.The wing-wide FOD was conducted following construction on the Osan Air Base airfield. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Adam Grant)     Airmen pick up trash in wing-wide FOD walk

0 10/10
2011
Default Air Force Logo USFK Reinstates Command-Wide Curfew
The commander, U.S. Forces Korea, Gen. James D. Thurman announced today the reinstatement of a command-wide curfew for the next 30 days to ensure the continued mission-readiness of the command and to assess our current operational environment.The off-installation curfew is in effect from midnight until 5:00 a.m. on Monday through Friday and 3:00
0 10/07
2011
During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez) Emergency Management Exercise; Osan responders challenged
During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as
0 10/05
2011
(U.S. Air Force graphic) Air Force leaders issue Energy Awareness message
Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz send the following message regarding energy awareness month to the Airmen of the U.S. Air Force and their families:Global Vigilance, Reach, and Power at home and abroad require vast amounts of energy - whether it is fuel for our aircraft, gas for our
0 10/05
2011
Chief Master Sgt. Richard Vogel, 51st Medical Group superintendent; Col. Mark DeLong, 51st Fighter Wing vice commander; and Capt. Jeremy Dieringer, 36th Fighter Squadron; attach a tail section to a 500-pound practice bomb Sept. 27, 2011, during a 51st Fighter Wing leadership immersion tour. Four groups of commanders, superintendents and first sergeants participated in the hands-on, assembly process under the guidance of Airmen assigned to the 51st Munitions Squadron. The intent of the day-long experience was deeper understanding of the broader mission and expertise of Airmen assigned to Osan Air Base.  (Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. Stuart Camp) Immersion tour exposes leaders to rich mission of 51st FW
Fifty senior-ranking Airmen got a one-day, open-door look at the rich mission of the 51st Fighter Wing.These Airmen -- Osan squadron commanders, chief master sergeants and first sergeants -- took an immersion tour at the invitation of Col. Patrick McKenzie, 51st FW commander. The experience was designed to give these leaders a first-hand look at
0 10/03
2011
Maj. Jason Erb, 51st Fighter Wing combined federal campaign officer, observes while (left) Chief Master Sgt. Oscar Mackin, 51st Fighter Wing command chief master sergeant, and  Col. Patrick McKenzie, 51st Fighter Wing commander,  sign their  2011 CFC forms Oct 3, 2011. The CFC began here Oct. 3 and runs through Dec. 2. The mission of the CFC is to promote and support philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Adam Grant)     Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas 2011 Kicks Off
The Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas (CFC-O), the largest workplace charitable giving program in the world, kicked off Oct. 3 and will run until Dec. 2. Osan's goal this year is to raise $235,000 in contributions and make 100 percent contact with Team Osan - more than 5,000 military members and civilians.During the campaign, contributors may
0 10/02
2011
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