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  • USFK Healthcare Workers and First Responders Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

    United States Forces Korea started inoculating military and civilian healthcare workers, first responders and the USFK command team with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine today across three USFK medical treatment facilities. The three locations administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are the Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital at United States Army Garrison - Humphreys, 51st Medical Group at Osan Air Base and 8th Medical Group at Kunsan Air Base.
  • Mongrels Find Air Space with Unmanned Roof Inspections

    The 51st Civil Engineer Squadron has incorporated the use of drones into the facility inspection process in close coordination with the 51st Operations Support Squadron, who overseas Air Traffic Control and airfield operations, to ensure the continued safety of the airfield while operating a non-standard flying operation in close proximity to the flightline.
  • Community vigilance: Osan Inspector General relocates

    The Inspector General's office has relocated to building 881. Osan’s IG team serves as an extra set of eyes and ears for the installation commander. They provide an objective avenue for any military members, civilians, and their dependents on Osan, AB to take progressive action on mismanagement, violation of policy, injustice, fraud waste and
  • Sky’s The Limit: Marines trailblaze multiservice ATC program

    When two Marine air traffic controllers (ATC) faced a once in a lifetime opportunity to help safely operate the busiest airfield in the Republic of Korea (ROK), they eagerly accepted the challenge. The task paired Pennsylvania natives, Sgt. Adam Burse, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Iwakuni, Japan, and Corporal William Chong, MCAS Futenma, Japan, as the first Marines to integrate into a multi-service ATC exchange program. During the training, they’ve learned and operated Air Force Radar Approach Control (RAPCON) facility concepts under the helm of Osan's 51st Operations Support Squadron Airmen – enhancing safer flight line operations.
  • Nine Mustangs Selected for Chief Master Sergeant

    Congratulations to the 51st Fighter Wing’s nine Senior Master Sgt’s. selected for promotion during the Chief Master Sgt. release, Dec. 2, 2020.
  • Escape artistry: Egress Airmen safeguard pilots

    Osan Air Base's 51st Maintenance Squadron Egress systems specialists maintain and inspect aircraft canopy and ejection systems to ensure components are serviceable in-flight and during emergencies.
  • Emergency Department medics

    Osan Air Base's 51st Medical Group Emergency Department examines, diagnoses and treats illnesses and injuries in acute settings. Their swift and comprehensive care prevents serious ailments and further disabilities until patients can receive care from other medical departments. They provide care when it can't wait -- utilizing their quick-thinking actions.
  • AFE enhances pilots survivability

    The AFE flight ensures all the survival gear that a pilot would need in case of ejection is reliable and ready.