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  • Capturing the moment: From one start to a new beginning

    Throughout time, photographers are responsible for capturing images that are burned into the fabric of history. From the images of the infamous Iwo Jima flag raising to wreaths placed at Arlington Cemetery. Photographers are there to capture history.For U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. James Miller, capturing the perfect photo that will be remembered is
  • From the battlefield to the ring, the mission is to win

    With piercing blue eyes and unwavering confidence, a man walks into life’s arenas and envisions success. Whether exchanging blows in an octagonal ring or climbing snowy mountains to call in airstrikes, his visions of prosperous outcomes cancels out the deafening noises.Being distracted can be the difference between life and death, or standing
  • 607th ASOG trains like no other

    Adrenaline rushes as gun fire bursts all around. Fighting for what seems like an eternity, the operator calls for a helping hand as the grueling battle comes to a stalemate.Calling in for backup, a thunderous roar soon approaches in the distance as an A-10C Thunderbolt II emerges. As the A-10 pilot responds to the call, the Tactical Air Control
  • 51st CE Capt. earns Arthur S. Flemming award

    3,864 miles, 10 American States, 4 Canadian Provinces, 8 Air Force levels, and more than 17,000 hours later U.S. Air Force Capt. Theodore Labedz, the chief of portfolio optimization with the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron here, earned the 2019 Arthur S. Flemming Award in the Applied Science and Engineering category. The Flemming Award was created in order to single out and celebrate the achievements of unique federal employees, usually in the early part of their careers, who went beyond what was expected to make a major impact in society.
  • Mentor Mentality: Airman readies Airmen

    Training and operational readiness are just part of the everyday routine in the U.S. Air Force, which depends on mentors and trainers to provide the skills and mentality for tasks to become natural for American Airmen.For Staff Sgt. Michael Puckett, 6th Intelligence Squadron NCOIC of education and training in his new career field, he’s determined
  • Mustangs Honor Sijan

    Janine Sijan-Rozina, sister of Medal of Honor recipient U.S. Air Force Capt. Lance P. Sijan visited Osan Air Base February 17-19 to share her brother’s story of heroism and resiliency.
  • Friendly rivals tested eachother in Load Crew Competition

    Airmen assigned to the 25th Aircraft Maintenance Unit prepare munitions during a quarterly load crew competition against the 36th AMU, Jan. 17, 2019, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. The competition challenged weapons load crew teams on their expertise, accuracy and speed to outfit aircraft with a variety of munitions. For the 25th AMU, they're
  • Osan Defenders continue ‘Fight, Tonight’ tradition

    For eight days, life was a grueling blur for a special group of new students. Although these elite ‘scholars’ had triumphed many tests previously, they were put to the ultimate challenge here: passing the 51st Security Forces Squadron’s Combat Readiness Course at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. By relying on each other, Osan’s newest defenders defied the high-stress course to graduate and earn their “Metal Tigers” squadron patches, Dec. 20, 2019.
  • Spouses Town Hall References

    Team Osan will be hosting a spouse’s town hall today at 9 a.m. at the Enlisted Club and 6 p.m. at the Officer's Club on base to help inform Command Sponsored and Non-Command Sponsored spouses what services are available to them. If you are unable to attend and have any questions for the agencies there are some helpful links and numbers
  • “Everything we do here is vitally important!”

    U.S. Air Force Col. John Gonzales, 51st Fighter Wing commander, hosts his first commander’s call of the new year, January 13, 2020, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, to amplify the wing’s mission and vision for 2020. “Everything we do here is vitally important,” he said while addressing Team Osan. Gonzales thanked his Airmen for their service