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  • Rules change for free, reduced-price school lunches overseas

    Defense Department Education Activity officials are encouraging families of children attending DODEA overseas schools to reapply for free and reduced price school lunches. Earlier this year, those officials requested an increase in the reimbursement rate the U.S. Department of Agriculture provides

  • Verifying records, personal info may effect promotions

    The one constant among all Airmen is the desire to be promoted. There are many things Airmen can do to affect their chances for promotion, but perhaps the most important is ensuring their personal information is correct. Missing or inaccurate enlisted or officer performance reports, decorations,

  • RSO&I, Foal Eagle strengthen alliance

    More than 250 Airmen and hundreds of other augmentees from the Marines, Army and Navy converged on Osan this week to participate in the 12th annual Reception, Staging, Onward-movement and Integration/Foal Eagle exercise. The exercise tests the military's ability to deploy multi-service U.S. forces

  • Commando Warrior: Best warriors in PACAF

    The accolades continue to roll in as yet another member of Team Osan wins an annual unit award. The 607th Training Flight "Commando Warrior" unit here took home the Pacific Air Forces Outstanding Security Forces Flight Award for 2006. Commando Warrior at Osan is assigned to the 607th Air Operations

  • Write stuff: Base paper documents Osan history

    Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Osan news goes to press! It was Nov. 8, 1952. A little publication called the Thunderjet Express was created to keep the servicemembers at Osan informed of what was happening around the base, Air Force and military. It's now 55 years and four names later, but the

  • OAHS hits 'grand slam' for cultural exchange

    In the movie "Field of Dreams," baseball brought a man and his father together. The power of baseball will go even further here Saturday, strengthening the bonds between two nations as Osan American High School Cougars faces the Suwon Buk School. This is the first time the Cougars will face a Korean

  • Generating morale one parcel at a time

    In the early 1860s, the Pony Express was responsible for delivering mail along a 1,966-mile long delivery route between St. Joseph, Mo., and Sacramento, Calif. Nearly 100 riders galloped their way across the plains and mountains aboard more than 400 mustangs and Morgans assembled at approximately