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  • ROKAF nurses tour 51st flight med

    At times when integrating multiple groups’ procedures, the outcome tends to be to take away the good and bad, and work out the kinks in the process.
  • EO mission promotes unit cohesion, discipline

    Maintaining order and discipline is fundamental to building a cohesive unit, and the 51st Fighter Wing Equal Opportunity office ensures all military members are treated respectfully in and out of uniform.
  • Brown thanks Airmen, outlines priorities during Osan visit

    Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) commander, held his first all call here Aug. 29 since taking command, outlining his priorities going forward. The all call was part of a four-day immersion in the ROK, Aug. 26-29, where Brown also visited the U.S. Embassy, ROK Air Force Headquarters, and Korean Demilitarized Zone to include the Joint Security Area and Camp Red Cloud.
  • 7 AF receives new commander during historic times

    Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, Commander, United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea, presided over the Seventh Air Force change of command ceremony today in which Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Bergeson relinquished command to Lt. Gen. Kenneth S. Wilsbach at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea.
  • Food First! sets wellness initiative

    In an effort to promote a healthier lifestyle, multiple Osan units partnered up and began a new wellness initiative for active duty members Aug. 16. The new program, Food First!, started by the 51st Fighter Wing Drug Demand Reduction program, 51st Force Support Squadron dining facilities and the 51st Medical Group Health Promotion program, will educate active duty members about nutrition and safe supplement use.
  • Who ya gonna call? HVAC!

    With temperatures reaching record-breaking highs this summer, it’s no surprise that the number one thing on most minds is a cool place to rest and relax when work is done.Unfortunately, due to a variety of problems ranging from mechanical failures to aging equipment, that dream may not always be a reality for those living on base.That’s when the
  • Dirt Boys restore taxiway in 23 hrs despite record heat

    Despite record-breaking heat on the Korean peninsula, more than 20 Airmen spent 23 hours making an unusual repair to a flightline taxiway - and set a record of their own. From Aug. 4 to 6, the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron structures flight, the Dirt Boys, replaced 18 feet of taxiway after personnel from the 51st Operations Support Squadron discovered a rupture in the cement.
  • Once lost, now found: DPRK returns remains of 55 MIA service members

    For 65 years, the UNC has remained committed to enforcing the 1953 Armistice Agreement, which includes the return of fallen service members a reality that came true on July 27, 2018, when the UNC repatriated 55 cases of remains from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
  • Trial by fire

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Philip Hudson, 51st Fighter Wing command chief, puts out a simulated aircraft fire during an immersion tour with the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron Fire and Emergency Services flight at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug. 3, 2018. Leadership received the opportunity to try their hand at fighting both aircraft and
  • 3 obstacles that lead to heat illnesses

    The Mustangs of Osan Air Base are feeling the heat, with four Airmen being hospitalized in the last two weeks, but there are ways stay protected during a heat wave. To combat mild to severe heat-related illnesses and dehydration, local experts provide guidance to keep cool, whether enjoying summer activities or performing hard work outdoors.