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  • 36th Fighter Squadron

    VISION To lead the combat air forces as the most lethal fighter squadron of motivated, expertly trained warriors focused on the defense of the Republic of Korea and regional stability MISSION STATEMENT Prepare for and execute immediate air combat operations to dominate any aggressors threatening U.S. or ROK interests.The 36th Fighter Squadron is a
  • Advance postal address

    Many people find it convenient to have a post office box assigned to them prior to their arrival at Osan. You may receive a post box number 90 days prior to your arrival. To do this, send one copies of your orders to your sponsor or email to 51CS.SCXM@osan.af.mil. The Post Office will either assign a box number to you via your sponsor or respond to
  • 51st Maintenance Squadron

    The 51st Maintenance Squadron is one of four squadrons assigned to the 51st Maintenance Group, 51st Fighter Wing, Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. It is the most permanently forward-deployed maintenance back-shop squadron in the world and is responsible for conducting on-and-off equipment maintenance for A-10s and F-16s valued at $1.1 billion. The
  • 51st Munitions Squadron

    The 51st Munitions Squadron trains hard to defend the Republic of Korea and support the wing's motto "Ready to Fight Tonight!" MissionTo provide superior armament systems and quality munitions wherever and whenever needed to keep the 51st Fighter Wing pilots and weapons technicians highly proficient, providing a credible deterrent to any enemy
  • Republic of Korea Air Force Black Eagles

    The TeamBlack Eagles is ROKAF's only aerobatic flight team. The Black Eagles possess a sense of duty and pride for representing ROKAF. With this in mind, we aim to create the best flying performances as a service to our country and to provide joy and hope to our people. The Black Eagles team is composed of nine pilots - one of whom is the squadron
  • Voting Assistance

    If you have voting questions, contact your unit representative or first sergeant. Voting Links:USAF Voting Assistance: http://www.afpc.af.mil/Air-Force-Voting/ Federal Voting Assistance Program: https://www.fvap.gov/ Osan Voting Assistance Office Email: Osanvote@us.af.mil
  • Spouse/Dependent visitation

    In accordance with Air Force Instruction 32-6005, Unaccompanied Housing Management, guests (including non-command sponsored dependents) are not authorized cohabitation in a member's unaccompanied quarters. Paragraph 2.20, Social Visits, states:"The commander establishes local policy regarding social visits. At minimum, guests must be at least 18
  • Spouse/dependent visitation

    In accordance with Air Force Instruction 32-6005, Unaccompanied Housing Management, guests (including non-command sponsored dependents) are not authorized cohabitation in a member's unaccompanied quarters. Paragraph 2.20, Social Visits, states:"The commander establishes local policy regarding social visits. At minimum, guests must be at least 18
  • Vehicle Registration

    Operating a Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) in Republic of Korea (ROK) is a conditional privilege granted by the ROK, the Commander, United States Forces Korea (USFK), and area commanders. Personnel who desire this privilege must: (1) Comply with the laws governing motor vehicle operation in the ROK and on US Military installations. (2) Be in one of
  • PROHIBITED ITEMS

    Hazardous materials include many common items from your home, workshop, or garage which, because of the physical or chemical properties, can pose a danger during air transportation. The following is a partial list of common items that are strictly forbidden in carry-on or checked baggage: - Mace, tear gas, and other irritants - Aerosols containing
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