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  • Physician assistants recognized during PA Week

    Every year, the medical community designates the first week of October as Physician Assistant Week. The week celebrates the contributions of physicians working on the installation. 
  • Promoting relationship health during DMVPA Month

    October marks the beginning of the Department of Defense’s official Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Family Advocacy Program and Violence Prevention Office has partnered with our community FSS partners to bring you a Month of Healthy Relationship Enhancement.  
  • SNCO Induction Ceremony

    Osan Air Base celebrated its newest senior non-commissioned officers with a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Induction Ceremony held October 1, 2021.
  • Osan Post Office implements paperless system

    Beginning Oct. 1, the Osan Post Office will implement a new notification system for parcel pick-up. Customers will no longer receive yellow slips in their mailbox, when a package arrives they will receive a notification with their preferred choice of e-mail.
  • 51st CES HVAC performs seasonal changeover

    HVAC teams have been working to perform preventative maintenance on all air conditioner and heating unit to prepare for the winter months.
  • A brand new Newcomers program

    Big changes are coming to Osan Air Base’s Newcomers program this October.
  • 51st SFS working dogs training flight

    51st Security Forces military working dogs boarded their first training flight on a HH-60 Black Hawk.
  • What you need to know about K-ETA

    As of Sept. 1, the Republic of Korea requires a Korea Electronic Travel Authorization (K-ETA) for entry and re-entry into the country. Registration through this system is now mandatory for foreign travelers attempting to gain entry into ROK using a passport from 66 visa-free travel countries including U.S. citizens. USFK service members are exempt from this requirement and do not require a K-ETA registration, as their Common Access Card and official military orders authorize them for travel. However, it is strongly recommended that military members don’t get K-ETA “just in case”, as a pending K-ETA registration will prevent you from traveling even if you don’t need one.