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  • Friendships forged in fire

    Airmen assigned to the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron fire and emergency services flight teamed up with their off-base counterparts to conduct joint training at the Korea National University of Welfare in Pyeongtaek, May 17. The exercise was one of many held annually to familiarize the two services with each others’ equipment and techniques.
  • CAPEX 18 brings challenges to warrior Airmen

    CAPEX 2018 introduced a series of challenges for the Airmen, including the use of Mission Oriented Protective Posture chemical gear to be donned throughout the exercise.
  • BH 17-1: Personnel decon suits

    Airman 1st Class Joseph Clutts, right, with the 36th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, decontaminates the chemical suit of Senior Airman Luke Markle, with the 51st Munitions Armament, during Exercise Beverly Herd 17-1 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 28, 2017. To fully decontaminate their entire chemical suit and gas mask, more than twenty
  • Beverly Herd 17-1 takes off

    OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea – Exercise Beverly Herd 17-1 kicked off on Feb. 26, during which the 51st Fighter Wing Mustangs and their partner units will train on a variety of different objectives. The exercise, which is scheduled to last through March 3, will see an intensification of flying schedules while ground forces practice readiness and responsiveness to events ranging from attacks to demonstrating extended survivability.
  • Osan Loads up for Beverly 16-2

    Members from the South Carolina Air National Guard 169th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron unload an AIM-120 advanced medium-range air-to-air missile from an F-16 Fighting Falcon during exercise Beverly Herd 16-2 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. Beverly Herd 16-2 allows the 51st Fighter Wing and tenant units to test their abilities to survive and
  • Exercise Beverly Herd 16-2 kicks off at Osan

    Exercise Beverly Herd 16-2, a quarterly exercise flexing Team Osan’s war-fighting muscles, kicked off Aug. 23. The base-wide exercise tests each unit’s ability to conduct their wartime mission successfully and be prepared to ‘fight tonight’.
  • Buddy Wing 16-5 scheduled at Osan

    The 36th Fighter Squadron and the Republic of Korea's 11th Fighter Wing are scheduled to train together for a Buddy Wing exercise and exchange program June 7-10, 2016, here. The purpose of the Buddy Wing Program is to execute joint tactics, exchange ideas and improve interoperability between the USAF and ROKAF pilots, maintainers and support personnel.
  • Beverly Midnight 16-01: Emergency Management teams respond to simulated CBRNE attacks

    In association with the “Fight tonight” readiness mentality, Osan is known for its high operations tempo and frequent exercises, including the current exercise Beverly Midnight 16-01.
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