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  • New enlistees swear in at Osan

    Five U.S. Air Force recruits participate in a swearing-in ceremony at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, June 8, 2018. For the first time, U.S. citizens living in Korea were able to proceed through the Military Entrance Processing Station process in one day instead of a three-part process used in the past. The oath of enlistment used in a
  • Korean, American students come together at Osan

    The 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs office and Osan Middle High School hosted the 13th annual Osan English Camp as part of the U.S. Forces Korea Good Neighbor Program at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, May 29-31. The English Camp gave 19 Korean students from the Pyeongtaek area the unique opportunity to immerse themselves into an
  • Friendships forged in fire

    Airmen assigned to the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron fire and emergency services flight teamed up with their off-base counterparts to conduct joint training at the Korea National University of Welfare in Pyeongtaek, May 17. The exercise was one of many held annually to familiarize the two services with each others’ equipment and techniques.
  • Osan Airman receives AFSA Legislative Award

    Staff Sgt. Roxanne Berg, 607th Air Support Operations Group non-commissioned officer in charge of group intelligence training, won the Air Force Sergeants Association Legislative Award at the division level.
  • National Police Week 2018

    Team Osan observed National Police Week May 14 through 18, culminating in a retreat ceremony at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea.
  • CAPEX 18 brings challenges to warrior Airmen

    CAPEX 2018 introduced a series of challenges for the Airmen, including the use of Mission Oriented Protective Posture chemical gear to be donned throughout the exercise.
  • PACAF band rocks out with Osan Middle

    Members of the United States Air Force Band of the Pacific Trends, performed for Osan Middle High School students and staff on May 7, 2018.
  • STEM Space Camp Hosted at Osan AB

    “This is actually a lot of fun!” exclaimed a Korean middle school student after launching her first simulated rocket into space. This is the type of reaction you hope for when teaching young students about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and even more so when a language barrier is involved.
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