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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Staff Sgt. Luke Lucas, 8th Civil Engineer Squadron, NCOIC of the base lock shop, was recognized as the "Pride of the Pack recently." (U.S. Air Force photo/SrA Steve Doty) Pride of the Pack: Staff Sgt. Luke Lucas
Staff Sgt. Luke Lucas from the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron was selected as the 8th Fighter Wing's Pride of the Pack for the week of July 2. 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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JEONJU, Republic of Korea-- Republic of Korea Air Forces hosted a cultural tour for more then 40 ROKAF and 8th Fighter Wing Wolf Pack Airmen in Jeonju June 28th. Activities included visiting the Jeonju Traditional Culture Center, eating Korean cuisine and touring the Sori Art Center. (Photo by ROKAF Senior Master Sgt. Yongsik Choi)                                 ROKAF, Wolf Pack participate in Korean Culture tour

0 7/02
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Col. Michael "Phoenix" Kucej, 8th Maintenance Group commander, addresses the group after assuming command July 2 here. Colonel Kuceg is the former deputy commander of the 57th Maintenance Group at Nellis AFB, Nev. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven R. Doty) New ‘Phoenix’ takes reins at MXG
Airmen in formation, F-16 Fighting Falcons on display and words of wisdom from the "Wolf" greeted the 8th Maintenance Group's newest commander during the group's assumption of command ceremony July 2 here. Col. Michael "Phoenix" Kucej assumed command of the group from Col. John Morley. Colonel Kucej is the former deputy commander of the 57th
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Headquarters, United States Forces Korea 50th Anniversary Proclamation
Fifty years ago today on July 1, 1957, United States Forces Korea headquarters was established to serve as a joint planning headquarters for United States forces serving on the Korean Peninsula. Under the command of General George H. Decker, United States Army, this headquarters was tangible evidence of the American commitment to the Republic of
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2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea --Chief Master Sgt Eric Harmon, 8th Medical Group superintendent, acting Command Chief, provides advice to Senior Airman Steven Doty, Airman Committed to Excellence association president during a bowling match June 23, here.  The match was a result of a challenge between Chief Harmon and Airman Doty.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt Darcie Ibidapo) Airmen at Wolf Pack ‘Committed to Excellence’
Their name says it all. Junior-enlisted Airmen, each 'Committed to Excellence,' reflecting the name of their organization with the acronym 'A.C.E.' and working to make the lives of their fellow Wolf Pack Airmen a little bit better each day. The organization, serving Kunsan now for only a few years, has grown by leaps and bounds. From a group
0 7/02
2007
Default Air Force Logo “Wolf” wishes the Wolf Pack a Happy 4th of July
Wolf Pack, when we think of "the Fourth of July," fireworks, parades, barbecues and baseball games may come to mind. Typically, we're able to share these events with our family members. Instead, most of us will be celebrating our nation's independence together here at Kunsan. Although, it may be difficult for some of you to be away from your
0 7/02
2007
As part of the Wolf Pack's commitment to the Air Force's 101 Critical Days of Summer, drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists are encouraged to obey the rules of the road. As Kunsan is primarily a "walking base," Wolf Pack safety officials stress the importance that motorists should always be on the lookout for pedestrians. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Airman Stephen Collier) Pedestrian safety awareness

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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  -- Staff Sgt. Brett Myers, 555th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron weapons load team chief, performs a dearm of a "Triple Nickel" F-16 after a mission June 27.  Currently, more than five of the Aviano Air Base, Italy-assigned aircraft are deployed here with approximately 300 operations and maintenance personnel. The deployment signifies the United States' continued commitment to stability and security in the region. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephen Collier) 555th FS deploy to Kunsan

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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  June 27, 2007 -- Capt. Scott Johnson (left) greets Republic of Korea air force Capt. Yeon, Sang Mo during the 35th Fighter Squadron "Panton's" quarterly "Buddy Wing" program. The exchange program allows American and ROKAF pilots to learn about each other's flying operations to better operate in the event of hostilities on the peninsula. Captain Johnson is a pilot with the 35th FS. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephen Collier)                                  8 FW, ROKAF participate in Buddy Wing Program
Members of the 35th Fighter Squadron and the 155th Fighter Squadron from Junwon Air Base, teamed up for a Buddy Wing Program exercise Wednesday through Friday here. The purpose of the Buddy Wing Program is to exchange ideas, introduce tactics and improve interoperability between the U.S. Air Force and the Republic of Korea fighter
0 6/27
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Default Air Force Logo Fourth of July
The FOURTH of JULY...even saying it out loud makes me feel good and smile! The Middle of the Summer...baseball....hotdogs...ice cream...maybe a Parade or a round of Golf...BUT always ending with FIREWORKS! Yes, the Misawa Airmen will remind me of the sea fog and fireworks sometimes pushed off to Labor Day...but you'll be thinking of FIREWORKS!
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