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  • 694th ISRG heritage hall reopened

    Airmen from the 694th Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Group gather before the ribbon cutting of their newly renovated heritage hall at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 26, 2021. Building 345 was built in the early 60's with four previous renovations and has been used as a space to kick back, relax, play pool and darts. (U.S. Air
  • Black History Month Observance Committee hosted Open Mic Poetry night

    Airman 1st Class Jada Brown, 51st Health Care Operations Squadron front desk clerk, recites a poem during the Black History Month Observance Open Mic Poetry night at Osan Air Base, Feb. 25, 2021. The event featured several performances from both Airmen and civilians and was the final event of the BHM observances. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior
  • Kunsan Delivers Quarantine Fun to Osan

    Master Sgt. David Thomas, 8th Communications Squadron first sergeant, greets other first sergeants from Kunsan and Osan Air Base, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March 3, 2021. Brookwood High School, Brookwood, Ala. helped Thomas raise funds to donate to members of Kunsan and Osan. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Nicole Molignano).
  • BASH keeps Osan's flightline safe

    Kolton Rottinghaus, 51st Fighter Wing Safety Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard manager, fires a shotgun on the flightline at Osan Air Base, Jan. 14, 2021. The BASH program is in place to reduce catastrophic bird strikes. A bird strike can damage an engine, dent a windshield, or even break other parts of an aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • Married into the space domain

    Two Osan Airmen made the jump to become Guardians this week and will start a new chapter of their lives, but with more personal titles for each other: husband and wife.
  • Annual Awards: 51st Fighter Wing honors finest Mustangs

    Congratulations to our 51st Fighter Wing Annual Award winners! These Mustang’s exemplary efforts ensured the wing successfully executed the "Fight Tonight" mission through readiness, teamwork and camaraderie. We are honored to serve with you all. Hats off to this year’s winners: Airman of the Year: A1C Brandon Tuttle, 51st Mission Support Group NCO of the Year: SSgt Meagan Mackie, 51st Mission Support Group Senior NCO of the Year: MSgt Jason Lane, 51st Wing Staff Agencies First Sergeant of the Year: MSgt Clifford Howey, 51st Maintenance Group Company Grade Officer of the Year: Capt Carey Cain, 51st Wing Staff Agencies Field Grade Officer of the Year: Maj Scott Suter, 51st Medical Group Flight Commander of the Year: Capt Felicia Ticas, 51st Operations Group Civilian Category I of the Year: Mr. Pak U Sok, 51st Mission Support Group Civilian Category II of the Year: Ms. Pamela Allen-Maginley Civilian Category III of the Year: Mr. Joon Choi, 51st Mission Support Group Volunteer of the Year: SrA Chantelle Cabrera, 51st Mission Support Group Team of the Year: Accessories Flight, 51st Maintenance Group Key Spouse of the Year: Mrs. Sarah Reeves, 51st Mission Support Group Honor Guardsman of the Year: SrA Reno Ostronic, 51st Force Support Squadron Honor Guard Program Manager of the Year: SSgt Akin Hyde, 51st Forces Support Squadron
  • Ground power from AGE supplies air power

    Kwang Yol Pak, 51st Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment mechanic, repairs a moveable staircase at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Jan. 21, 2021. Korean civilian Airmen work alongside U.S. Airmen to ensures each piece of equipment they inspect and repair meets the proper standards before it can be sent back out to the flightline for
  • Money: 51st CPTS funds Osan's mission

    U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. James Hill, 51st Comptroller Squadron deputy disbursing officer, reviews paperwork for managing the cash disbursements at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Jan. 8, 2021. The 51st CPTS is the leading office for disbursal for the Air Force in the RoK. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Branden Rae)
  • Osan’s A&FRC relocates by USO

    Osan’s senior leaders and base populace celebrated the Airman & Family Readiness Center’s relocation during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Jan. 12, 2021.  Newly situated at Building 916 inside the McPherson Community Center, service members and their families are encouraged to experience the AFRC’s resources.