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  • When did you last floss?

    When was the last time you flossed? How often do you floss? Can you demonstrate how you floss? How many times have you heard these questions asked by your dentist? The response to these questions may be eyes rolling, a short hesitation debating the correct answer, an automatic yes without even hearing the question, or a no with some lame excuse why
  • 51st FW announces quarterly award recipients

    Seven members of the 51st Fighter Wing were recognized at the Second Quarter 51st FW Awards lunch Thursday for their outstanding job performance, commitment to their community and tremendous contributions to the wing and Air Force.Junior Enlisted Person of the Quarter Senior Airman Olga Calle-Angel, 51st MDSS-  Senior Airman Olga Calle-Angel is the
  • Pharmacy prices increase

    Patients experience increase in drug prices across the Military Health System Patients who pay out-of-pocket for care received at the medical group may have experienced an increase in the amount they are normally billed for pharmaceuticals. The increase is due to a change in the pricing methodology used by the Defense Supply Center in Philadelphia.
  • 7th AF commander bids farewell to Osan, AF

    After three years of service, people across the Republic of Korea are preparing to bid farewell to the 29th commander of 7th Air Force. Lt. Gen. Garry R. Trexler is set to enter retirement after serving 36 years in the military after he leaves Korea. During the past three years, the general said he has seen many changes. "One of the highlights has
  • Osan participates in NEO exercise

    Nearly 700 households processed through Osan's Evacuation Control Center Oct. 27 to Saturday as part of Courageous Channel 06-2 which tested all aspects of the U.S. Forces Korea non-combatant evacuation operation program. Osan's NEO program received the "BELL" of approval from the USFK commander. The NEO exercise encompassed Areas 1-6 on the
  • Doing cardio to lose weight

    Did you know that according to a study done in 2004, 46 percent of the Air Force is overweight and eight percent is obese? According to Mandy Baerman, Health and Wellness Center exercise physiologist, the number of obese Airmen has fallen since then, but the overweight numbers have stayed about the same. She said it's important for that number to
  • Mitigating the risk accociated with heaters

    We are rapidly approaching the winter season and the 51st Fighter Wing has begun a campaign in conjunction with 7th Air Force to place emphasis on the environmentally challenging portion of the year outside the "101 Critical Days of Summer." Not only is cold weather challenging, but the operations tempo is beginning to heat up as the days begin to
  • Team Osan announces quarterly award winners

    Team Osan held its Quarterly Awards Luncheon for the first quarter Feb. 16 here. Volunteer AwardsAdministrative - Tech. Sgt. Jeremy D. McMullen, 51st Maintenance SquadronDirect Service - Staff Sgt. Andre Alford, 607th Air Intelligence SquadronService to Youth - Mrs. Angela Glunt, Cub Scout Pack 86Youth - Ms. Kathryne A. Corrigan, 51st Services
  • Marine Eagles fly with AF Falcons and Thunderbolts

    As you may have heard while sitting in your dorm room relaxing, there has been a different type of plane flying around Osan for the past month or so. The reason for this is the Fixed Marine Fighter Attack Wing VMFA-115, also known as the Silver Eagles, are performing joint training with the 36th and 25th Fighter Squadrons in their F/A-18
  • RST keeps Osan safe after an attack

    Imagine the base was under attack and a SCUD missile just detonated, and no one has any idea if it contained biological or chemical agents. It is the job of the base's readiness support teams to figure this out. "These guys do a lot of confirming or denying the presence of biological and chemical agents," said Master Sgt. David Mack, 51st Civil
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