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  • AFSO21 there to help you

    Most people have heard of AFSO21, but some may not know what it is or how it can help them while at Osan. So what is it? "(Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century) is an exciting program because you get to make an impact on your organization," said 1st Lt. Marsha Smith, the 51st Fighter Wing

  • Osan recognizes its 'littlest patriots'

    Osan joins bases around the world this month in recognizing a group of military supporters that is sometimes overlooked - the military child. Established by Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger in 1986, the Month of the Military Child recognizes the contributions and sacrifices made by even the

  • 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