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  • U.S. Army and AF train together under ACE

    Osan’s 51st Maintenance Group (MXG) continued their full-press efforts to train Airmen to become multiple-capable by hosting its first integrated sling load training with the U.S. Army 2-2 Assault Helicopter Battalion from Seoul Air Base, Oct. 13, 2022.

  • Vice President Harris ends Asia tour in South Korea

    Vice President of the United States Kamala D. Harris arrives at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, aboard Air Force Two, Sep. 29, 2022. During her visit, Vice President Harris will meet with ROK President Yoon Suk-yeol and visit the Demilitarized Zone dividing South and North Korea. (U.S. Air Force

  • Speaker Pelosi visits Republic of Korea

    Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, lands at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug 3, 2022. Pelosi and a Congressional delegation visited the Republic of Korea as part of her Indo-Pacific tour where they focused on mutual security, economic partnerships and democratic

  • Twin infants evacuated amidst COVID-19 crisis

    Parker and Laine McFall were born February 17 at 30 weeks in Daegu’s Yeungnam Medical University Medical Center during the COVID-19 outbreak. They were medically cleared and protected from COVID-19, then transported to Osan AB for a follow-on flight to Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, culminating in

  • Brothers in blue: Air Force, Army siblings serve in Korea

    For many service members, one of the largest challenges of military service is being separated from friends and family throughout deployments, temporary duty assignments and permanent changes of station.Born and raised in Houston, Texas, best friends U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Cardale Hines and

  • Army and Air Force graduate ALA together

    As the Airpower Leadership Academy’s third iteration concludes at Osan Air Base, there is something different about this session’s graduates. U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jason Burns, 35th Air Defense Artillery, becomes the first Soldier to graduate the 51st Operations Support Squadron’s ALA course since