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  • Identifying red flags and bringing awareness to stalking

    National Stalking Awareness Month is recognized every January in order to bring attention to the dangers and warning signs of stalking. Latoya Heard, Suicide Prevention Program Manager, Violence Prevention Integrator is hosting online virtual stalking awareness training through the month of January

  • Osan Airmen win PACAF awards

    First Lt. Nicole Velez-Rodriguez, 6th Intelligence Squadron flight commander, is awarded the National Company Grade Officers' Council (CGOC) Leader of the Quarter for her efforts in the Hispanic Osan Latino Association (HOLA) at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, January 12, 2022. Velez-Rodriguez

  • Osan Airmen provide a home environment to shelter animals

    Airmen and spouses volunteer at Osan Air Base's non-profit animal shelter. The volunteers from various units on base, work shifts to provide food and entertainment to cats and dogs awaiting adoption from the shelter.

  • 51st MDG dentist becomes the face of Osan’s COVID -19 ops

    OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- U.S. Air Force Capt. Kristin Kim, 51st Medical Group Operational Medical Readiness Squadron Expeditionary COVID Center flight commander, is a general dentist by trade who has taken on the role of running all COVID-19 related operations at Osan Air Base, Republic

  • Mustang Monday

    This week’s Airman of the Week is A1C Hunter Shores, 51st Force Support Squadron military postal clerk. Shores ensures all mail acceptance procedures are abided by to the highest standard while researching other U.S. Postal Service and Department of Defense offices and their respective local

  • Osan COVID-19 Guidance

    The following video contains important updates regarding COVID-19 guidelines established by Osan AB leadership. We thank you for your cooperation and patience as we determine the best way forward in defeating this virus, together.

  • SERE Water Survival Training

    Osan's Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape (SERE) held water survival training at U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys (Camp Humphreys) in order to prepare the pilots for difficulties they may face if they have to eject while over water.

  • Mustang Monday

    This week’s Airman of the Week is Staff Sgt. Ryan Claerhout, 51st Civil Engineer Squadron NCOIC of aircraft arresting systems. Claerhout is in charge of all aircraft barrier and generator maintenance on base. Aircraft barrier maintenance consists of the BAK-12 or Barrier Arresting Kit, which is

  • Operation Sweet Treat delivers holiday cheer

    Packages of cookies were prepared by TOSC with the help of Osan volunteers and delivered to Airmen across the Korean peninsula to bring a touch of home to those away from loved ones this holiday season.