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  • Relocations to repatriations:

    The eyes of a nation, and the world, converged on Osan Air Base Aug. 1 to watch as 55 cases of remains from the Korean War were repatriated from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.On Oct. 5, crowds gathered again at the Osan Passenger Terminal for a similar event—a Te Auraki Return Ceremony—where the remains of two New Zealand soldiers
  • 51st AMXS conducts load crew competition

    OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Members of the 51st Maintenance Squadron competed in a load crew competition at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, on Oct. 12, 2018. Weapons load crew team members were tested on their speed and accuracy while loading munitions onto an F-16 Fighting Falcon and A-10 Thunderbolt II.
  • Team Osan leaders compete in fire muster

    Participants pose for a group photo after completing the Eagles and Commanders versus Chiefs and Shirts Fire Muster at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 12, 2018. The event, held during Fire Prevention Week 9 through 13 Oct., was a friendly competition between higher officer and enlisted leaders who competed individually, then as teams,
  • Air Force takes runway defense to new heights

    The Air Force is taking airfield defense and repair to new heights by implementing the Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System, a method of using small, unmanned aircraft to scan for airfield damage under wartime conditions, and even provide roof and electrical wire monitoring in peacetime. Two engineering technicians assigned to the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, were sent to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, to receive training and become certified RADAS operators.
  • Energy Action Month: save more by turning off

    October is Energy Action Month and Team Osan is doing their part to conserve energy and water resources. “We want to increase energy awareness of the base populace and encourage the implementation of innovative energy savings techniques both in the workspace and at home,” said 1st Lt. Dylan Bechen an energy manager with the 51st Civil Engineer
  • Brothers in blue: Air Force, Army siblings serve in Korea

    For many service members, one of the largest challenges of military service is being separated from friends and family throughout deployments, temporary duty assignments and permanent changes of station.Born and raised in Houston, Texas, best friends U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Cardale Hines and Staff Sgt. John Clay, and Clay’s younger brother,
  • 51st CES wraps up National Preparedness Month

    Each September, National Preparedness Month is recognized to help individuals prepare themselves and their families for any disaster that may take place, such as floods, earthquakes and tornados.
  • 51st MDG highlights versatility during AF SG visit

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg, Air Force Surgeon General, believes focusing on medical readiness and innovation will drive the Air Force Medical Service forward. During her visit to the 51st Medical Group at Osan Air Base, Sept. 24, Hogg received a firsthand look at the various capabilities of the primary care flight, dental clinic, pharmacy, flight medicine, emergency trauma bay, multi-service nursing unit, and other medical facilities.
  • Fire Prevention Week to bring demos, events Oct. 7

    The 51st Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Prevention flight will host Fire Prevention Week, beginning Oct. 7, which will bring events, live demonstrations, prizes and festivities to the Osan community.
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