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  • CCAF graduation ceremony honors enlisted Airmen

    Osan Air Base held its semi-annual Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony April 13, 2021, at the base theater. Fifty graduates were recognized. Senior Master Sgt. Noah Bolton, 51st Civil Engineering Squadron facility systems superintendent, served as the guest speaker for the ceremony. “The CCAF is a truly remarkable institution
  • Month of the Military Child Day of Fun

    Attendees participate in a variety of games and activities at the Month of the Military Child Day of Fun event at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 9, 2021. April is set aside as the month of the military child in order to highlight the importance of military children in the armed forces community as well as the unique challenges military
  • Osans's COVID team reach milestone

    One year ago, Osan was on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 51st Force Support Squadron, alongside with the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron, quickly established a meal plan to provide Airmen and their families in quarantine with food.
  • Osan Community Town Hall Questions

    The Osan Community Town Hall was held at the Osan Theater, March 6, 2021. The 51st Fighter Wing commander opened the event with comments followed by short briefings from Civil Engineering and Medical Group representatives. The question and answer portion of the Town Hall began approximately 27 minutes after starting.  In the below document, questions with a similar answer were treated as one question and questions related to a similar topic were grouped together. If addressed in the audio recording, a time stamp indicating when the question was asked is provided.
  • Osan's CV signs proclamation recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention month

    April is recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month across the United States.
  • In Honor of Women's History Month

    Staff Sgt. Samantha Champion, 51st Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, poses for a photo at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March, 11, 2021. This photograph is part of a series in recognition of Women’s History Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Noah Sudolcan)
  • Osan's newest chief remembers past to forge way for future leaders

    In a male dominated service branch like the Air Force, a female chief master sergeant is rare. Luckily, Osan’s very own Chief Master Sgt. Syreeta Seamon-Sylvester pinned on the highest enlisted rank which is attained by roughly 1 percent of the enlisted force. Seamon-Sylvester did not let the struggles of being a female Airman stop her from reaching this goal.