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KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Colonel Creig "Wolf 2" Rice, 8th Fighter Wing vice commander, talks with Staff Sgt. Jack Stanley, 8th Maintenance Group weapons loade,r here Aug. 16. Sergeant Stanley was recognized as the 8th FW's Pride of the Pack for the week of Aug. 13. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Giang Nguyen) Pride of the Pack: Staff Sergeant Jack Stanley
Staff Sgt. Jack Stanley from the 8th Maintenance Group was selected as the 8th Fighter Wing's Pride of the Pack for the week of Aug. 13. Each week the 8th Fighter Wing commander recognizes one member of the Wolf Pack by awarding them with a Pride of the Pack certificate for their stellar commitment to excellence and superior mission accomplishment.
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Air Force officials announce 2008 force-shaping plans
Air Force officials recently announced plans to meet the 2008 fiscal year end-strength of 328,600, which calls for a force reduction of about 5,400 officers and enlisted members through normal attrition, retirement or force-shaping measures. The reductions are in line with Air Force efforts to balance the force and recapitalize and modernize aging
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KUNSAN AB, South Korea -- Col. CQ "Wolf" Brown, 8th Fighter Wing commander, briefs Republic of Korea Air Force pilots on the U.S Air Force Weapons School located at Nellis Air Force Base Nevada here Aug 21. The ROKAF's 38th Fighter Group invited Colonel Brown to brief pilots here on the school based on his experience as a former weapons school commandant. (U.S. Air force photo/Staff Sgt. Araceli Alarcon) Former AF Weapons School commandant shares experiences with ROKAF members
The 8th Fighter Wing commander and former Air Force Weapons School commandant recently shared his experiences with members of the Republic of Korea Air Force here. Colonel CQ "Wolf" Brown, was invited by the ROKAF's 38th Fighter Group to share his experience as the commandant of the school and his impressions about the U.S. Air Force's advanced
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea — Staff Sgt. Gladys Romo, 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron, conducts a physical inventory of parts at the Aircraft Parts Store here Aug. 9. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven R. Doty) Aircraft Parts Store helps keep Wolf Pack mission ready

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2007
The West Winds Golf Course at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea as of Aug. 9.  (U.S Air Force graphic/8th Services Squadron) Kunsan golf course to undergo re-design
The base golf course will receive a significant re-design beginning in the spring of 2008, according to West Winds Golf Course officials here. The recent announcement makes way for the addition of three, par-four holes, the expansion of some greens and increased safety measures for golfers. Overall, according to Mr. Bo Linder, West Winds manager,
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2007
Default Air Force Logo U.S. 7th Air Force Supports Ulchi Focus Lens 2007
Air Force leaders from around 7th Air Force are preparing to participate in the annual Ulchi Focus Lens (UFL) exercise, conducted by Republic of Korea and United States Combined Forces Command (ROK/U.S. CFC) August 20-31. Ulchi Focus Lens 2007 is a simulation-driven, command post exercise involving both U.S. and Republic of Korea forces stationed
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Three lessons from tragedy
Listen up. You may want to carve some time out of your busy Wolf Pack day to ensure that you've taken care of your family back home, in case something happens to you. This isn't the "normal" speech about wills or Servicemembers' and Veterans' Group Life Insurance. These are hard lessons learned from base X, where people just like you had those
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2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea — Master Sgt. John Maddux, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, prepares the Prisoner of War Missing in Action table during the Senior NCO induction ceremony at the Loring Club Aug. 11 here. The ceremony is part of a tradition that recognizes NCOs becoming SNCOs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Giang Nguyen) Wolf Pack NCOs recognized during SNCO induction ceremony
Twenty-nine non-commissioned officers were inducted into the Senior NCO corps during a ceremony held at the Loring Club Saturday here. In addition to the ceremony, the NCOs participated in a SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminar last week where the focus was on providing participants the opportunity for networking and add to what they've already
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2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, SOUTH KOREA -- Colonel Creig "Wolf 2" Rice, 8th Fighter Wing vice commander, recognizes Senior Airman Martina Freeman, 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels lab technician as the wing's "Pride of the Pack" Aug. 7 here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alice Moore)                                  Pride of the Pack: Senior Airman Martina Freeman
Senior Airman Martina Freeman from the 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron was selected as the 8th Fighter Wing's Pride of the Pack for the week of Aug. 6. Each week the 8th Fighter Wing commander recognizes one member of the Wolf Pack by awarding them with a Pride of the Pack certificate for their stellar commitment to excellence and superior mission
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Senior Airman Elizabeth Urquia, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, completes her checklist during the weapons load competition Aug. 11 here. The 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit along with the ROKAF, 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and the 555th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron competed in a weapons load competition for the first time together. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven R. Doty) Wolf Pack, ROKAF participate in weapons loading competition
Airmen from the Republic of Korea Air Force were victorious while competing against Airmen from 8th Fighter Wing during a weapon's load competition Saturday here. Weapons personnel from the 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 80th AMU, 38th Maintenance Squadron and the 555th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron from Aviano Air Base Italy, put their skills to
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