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  • One Team, One Forecast

    Being “Ready to Fight Tonight” means constantly being prepared to defend Osan Air Base and the Republic of Korea no matter the conditions, to include weather.
  • 4th Annual Osan Cup concludes

    U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to Osan Air Base participate in the Eagle vs. Chiefs game during the 4th Annual Osan Cup at Osan AB, Republic of Korea, Sept. 28, 2017. The event was held for two days consisting of various activities such as softball, golf and poker. Units throughout the base competed against each other to earn points for a chance at
  • North Korean refugees enjoy PACAF Band

    The U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific-Asia, Pacific Trends, played for a large group of North Korean refugees at a South Korean Ministry of Unification facility for North Korean defectors, Sept. 26.
  • Beverly Herd 17-3: Comm check

    During the now concluded Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3 on Sept. 17-23, the 51st Communications Squadron battled and succeeded through mission crippling scenarios ensuring the critical ability of communication, which enables the Mustangs’ ability to “Fight Tonight.”
  • Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3 Comes to a Close

    As the final notification over the giant voice system rings out “ENDEX” and the music plays, members of Team Osan return to daily operations after concluding Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3. From Sep. 17-22, Osan Air Base tested its capability to generate combat airpower in any wartime scenario, while simultaneously defending the base and sustaining the
  • When real meets readiness

    For many military members stationed in Korea, the day-to-day operations are much more intensive than that of their stateside counterparts. Between daily tasks and sustaining the warfighter mission this is especially true during base-wide exercises. Team Osan’s 731st Air Mobility Squadron is responsible for four Patriot Express missions a week with
  • Chaplains: Two nations, one team

    Chaplains from both the 51st Fighter Wing and Republic of Korea Air Force conducted a joint training during Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3 on Sept. 18-21.The exercise allowed 51st FW chaplains to train ROKAF chaplains while practicing their own skills.“This exercise provides a great opportunity for USAF chaplains to hone, deepen and develop their
  • Beverly Herd 17-3: Building Fire

    Jamie Gujski, 51st Medical Group simulation operator, applies fake blood to 51st Civil Engineer Squadron dorm leader Staff Sgt. Elliot Pearson’s face before the start of a simulated building fire during exercise Beverly Herd 17-3 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea September 20, 2017. Gujski makes the mock injuries by hand and gives medical
  • Osan continues strong in Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3

    A U.S. Air Force Post Attack Reconnaissance Team member makes initial sweeps following a simulated attack during Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Sept. 19, 2017. During the exercise, base personnel are demonstrating their ability to navigate both conventional and nonconventional attack scenarios while launching and
  • Beverly Herd 17-3 commences

    Base officials initiated Exercise Beverly Herd 17-3, evaluating Team Osan’s ability to “Fight Tonight” through realistic scenario simulations.