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  • Travel Questions

    As a Reservist, where can I fly? Reserve members with DD Form 2 (Red) identification and DD Form 1853 may fly to, from, and between Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the CONUS. Additionally, when on active duty for 30 days or more, members may fly anywhere overseas that AMC has flights operating. As a
  • Information for Non-Command Sponsored Dependents

    All incoming personnel should carefully consider the following information before making a financial commitment of bringing non-command sponsored dependents to Korea. Also as a reminder, as Osan increases its authorized command sponsored positions, support to include child care, schools, and medical care that is outlined below may be an increased
  • Air Power Day 2007 (Hangul)

    미 오산공군 비행장에서 10월 6일과 7일 양일간 공군력의 날(Air Power Day)행사를 개최합니다. 이 행사에서는 각종항공기 지상전시와 공중시범이 실시되며, 음식및 음료를 사서 드실 수 있으며 어린이 지정구역도 있습니다. 공중시범 항공기: F-16 MC-130P HH-60(탐색구조 시범)A-10(탐색구조 시범)F-16(탐색구조 시범) C-130 지상전시 항공기 및 군사장비: A-10                                   F-16 F/A-18A                             C-130 MC-130P                          KC-135
  • Air Power Day 2007

    For information in Hangul, click here.Osan's Air Power Day will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 6 and 7 on the base flightline here. The gates open at 9 a.m. There will be a wide assortment of ground displays and aerial demonstrations, as well as food and beverages for purchase and a designated children's area. For the most up-to-date
  • Document Automation and Production Service

    OSAN AIR BASEDocument Automation and Production ServiceUnit 2078, Bldg 806APO AP,  96278DSN: 784-4361/5518Fax: 784-4156
  • Top Charger

    Technical Sergeant Christopher D. Johnson, 621st Air Control SquadronTSgt. Johnson's work performance has been nothing short of spectacular earning him respect by his supervisors and peers alike. He was chosen to brief the Undersecretary of the Air Force on Battle Control System -Korea capabilities and limitations. His operational integrity,
  • 25th Fighter Squadron

    HistoryThe 25th Fighter Squadron began life as the 25th Pursuit Squadron, activated at Hamilton Field, Calif., on Jan. 15, 1941. By March it was assigned to the 51st Pursuit Group at March Field, Calif. In July the squadron received P-40 aircraft. The 25th sailed to meet the Japanese aboard the S. S President Coolidge on Jan. 11, 1942. The squadron
  • Osan Air Base history

    Osan Air Base is one of two major airfields operated by the U.S. Air Force in the Republic of Korea and the only base on the peninsula entirely planned and built by the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. The base is located 4.7 miles southwest of the town of Osan-Ni, for which the base was named, and about 20 miles south of Seoul, the capital
  • Yellow Sand Advisory

    Please read the slides for information on yellow sand. To see the current yellow sand advisory, click here, then click on Camp Humphreys/Osan.
  • 5th Reconnaissance Squadron

    The need for aerial reconnaissance was perhaps first realized when the Duke of Wellington, Napoleon's adversary at Waterloo, once remarked "the most difficult part of warfare was seeing what was on the other side of the next hill." Early in the 20th Century Gen. Werner von Fritsch, commander-in-chief of the German Army in World War I, predicted,
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