News Search

News Comments Updated
GUNSAN CITY, Republic of Korea May 25, 2007 -- Seventh Air Force Commander Lt. Gen. Stephen Wood meets with Gunsan City Mayor Dong Shin Moon here May 25. The two officials spoke about the relationship between the City of Gunsan and Kunsan Air Force Base during their visit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Barry Loo) Senior leaders meet local community officials

0 5/29
2007
Colonel Charles "Wolf" Brown, the new 8th Fighter Wing commander, speaks to the wing for the first time during his change of command ceremony here May 25. During his speech, he said he will lead the Wolf Pack "using four tenets that have defined how I have operated during my career -- execute at a high standard, be disciplined in execution, pay attention to the details, and have fun." He was last assigned as commandant, U.S. Air Force Weapons School, 57th Wing, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Barry Loo) Forty-sixth Wolf takes command
The son of a retired Army colonel became the 46th "Wolf" here today in front of Wolf Pack Airmen and various community and military leaders from the Republic of Korea and the United States. Col. Charles "Wolf" Brown assumed command of the 8th Fighter Wing during a change of command at Hanger 3 presided by Lt. Gen. Stephen Wood, 7th Air Force
0 5/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo Hollandia: Fortune favors the bold
History, heritage and tradition are all words the military cherishes, including the 80th Fighter Squadron, known as the "Juvats."   The name Juvat is from their squadron's motto: "Audentes Fortuna Juvat," or Fortune Favors the Bold. That boldness can be seen throughout their history, whether it was during Vietnam flying F-4s or World War II flying
0 5/23
2007
Colonel Timothy "Falcon" Sakulich, the new 8th Mission Support Group commander, speaks to his group and fellow Wolf Pack Airmen for the first time during his change of command ceremony here May 22. During his speech, he said "this MSG is known across the Air Force as the sought after crucible of experience that forges America?s best Airmen." He was last assigned as director, programs and resources, Headquarters U.S. Southern Command, Miami, Fla.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcy Ibidapo)
Support group commander reigns change
A distinguished graduate with honors from the Air Force Academy assumed command of the 8th Mission Support Group today during a ceremony in Hangar 3 in front of the group's Airmen.   "Our job in the Wolf Pack's 8th Mission Support Group is serious and every one needs to be focused, fully trained and ready to go to war," Col. Timothy "Falcon"
0 5/22
2007
Tech. Sgt Dana Butler, First-Term Airman Center non-commissioned officer in-charge, was selected as the 8th Fighter Wing's Pride of the Pack for the week of May 21. She is responsible for operating, maintaining and coordinating every aspect of FTAC to include instructing new Airman arriving here at Kunsan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven Doty) Pride of the Pack: Tech. Sgt. Dana Butler
Tech. Sgt Dana Butler from the 8th Mission Support Squadron was selected as the 8th Fighter Wing's Pride of the Pack for the week of May 21. 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
0 5/18
2007
Colonel Kenneth "Viper" Rizer, the new 8th Operations Group commander, speaks to his group and fellow Wolfpack members for the first time during his change of command ceremony here May 18. He was last assigned to Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama as a student of the Air Warfare College. The 8th OGs outgoing commander, Col. Jon Norman, is headed to Osan Air Base to take command of the 51st Fighter Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven Doty) New Viper takes the reigns
A veteran combat pilot assumed command of the 8th Operations Group today during a ceremony in Hangar 3 in front of the group's Airmen. "[I am now] realizing a dream of commanding the most distinguished and combat-focused operations group in the Air Force," Col. Kenneth "Viper" Rizer said. "Given its unmatched record in World War II, Korea and
0 5/18
2007
GUNSAN CITY, Republic of Korea  May 17, 2007 -- Students from Jikok elementary school here sing for 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack" Airmen and honored guests May 16 during the 2007 English volunteer recognition dinner. 55 Airmen at Kunsan Air Base were recognized by the local education board for their dedication in helping teach English to elementary and middle school students. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephen Collier) Gunsan City recognizes base English volunteers
Airmen stationed at Kunsan Air Base were recognized by members of the Gunsan City educational community during an English volunteer recognition ceremony here May 16.   The 55 Airmen who have donated their time over the past months teaching elementary and middle school children English received a certificate of authorization, giving the bearer full
0 5/17
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  May 12, 2007 -- Senior Airman Garrett Otto, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons loader, slides an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile onto an 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack" F-16 Fighting Falcon launcher rail during the semi-annual 7th Air Force peninsula-wide weapons loading competition. This competition is held between Osan and Kunsan twice a year, once at each base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Darnell Cannady)                                                              'Wolf Pack' defeats Team Osan for weapons loading title
In a race to the finish, 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack" aircraft maintenance squadron Airmen beat out their 51st Fighter Wing counterparts during the semi-annual "Chief Master Sgt. Kebil Memorial" 7th Air Force peninsula-wide weapons loading competition May 12. Each weapons loading team, one from the 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here and the
0 5/17
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  May 16, 2007 -- Staff Sgt. John Kim, 8th Maintenance Group, explains to Republic of Korea air force members the challenges 8th Fighter Wing weapons maintainers face during advanced medium range air-to-air, or AMRAAM 120 (seen below) operations May 16. Members of the ROKAF 19th Air Base toured the 35th Fighter Squadron and Aircraft Maintenance Unit to gain a better understanding of F-16 maintenance and operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Darnell Cannady)                              ‘Pantons’ show F-16 operations to ROKAF pilots, maintainers
Pilots and maintainers assigned to the 35th Fighter Squadron "Pantons" and Aircraft Maintenance Unit here hosted members of the Republic of Korea air force in an effort to improve that country's F-16 operations May 16.   The Korean maintenance personnel and air traffic controllers, together with KF-16 pilots, were given an in-depth briefing on how
0 5/16
2007
GUNSAN CITY, Republic of Korea  May 11, 2007 -- Senior Airman Andrea Smith (back, left) passes books to Senior Airman Kevin Alvarado during the Airmen Committed to Excellence-sponsored "Wolf Pack Paperback" English book drive May 11. The second-annual event raised more than 475 books for Gunsan City residents in an effort to help them hone their English skills. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Steven Doty) English books give Gunsan citizens something to read about
The 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack's" junior-enlisted Airmen did their part to support the Gunsan City community when they donated more than 475 English language books to a local city library May 11 after a wing-wide book drive that ran from April 2 thru May 4.   Known as the second-annual "Wolf Pack Paperback" English book drive, the Airmen Committed
0 5/16
2007
RSS