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Default Air Force Logo AFN decoders require adjustments by April 25
American Forces Network viewers who have an AFN decoder and satellite dish must make minor adjustments to their satellite decoders by April 25 to avoid losing service.   Customers are encouraged to log onto http://myafn.dodmedia.osd.mil for instructions on making the adjustments. A customer service line has been established at the Defense Media
0 4/24
2007
Default Air Force Logo 8th Fighter Wing leadership apologizes to city
The commander of the 8th Fighter Wing, Col. Jeffrey Lofgren, apologized for the actions of US personnel. A local Korean taxi driver was allegedly assaulted by three Americans at approximately 1:30 a.m. today in Gunsan City. The details of the alleged assault are under investigation at this time and the victim was taken to the Gunsan Medical Center.
0 4/23
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  April 10, 2007 -- Gen. B.B Bell, United States Forces Korea commander, talks with members of the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron April 10. Gen. Bell asked questions several Airmen question on how they are supporting the base's expansion program. Gen. Bell later said "the plans to incorporate the two services into one, cohesive operation are very impressive." (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Barry Loo)                                USFK commander visits Wolf Pack, pledges support for upgrades
The United States Forces Korea commander visited Kunsan for the second time April 10 and in a surprising move, pledged significant financial support to improve and construct quality of life facilities as base expansion plans continue.   While seeing 8th Fighter Wing Airmen in action before their Operational Readiness Inspection was on his agenda,
0 4/14
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  April 13, 2007 -- The last Airman assigned to the 9th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron boards a DC-10 bound for Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. here. The 9th EFS, one of two F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter squadrons, finishes its four-month air expeditionary force deployment with the flight. F-117 pilots and maintainers, who generally operate and maintain the stealth fighter in a desert, arid climate, learned how to overcome obstacles when operating the aircraft in Korea. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Darnell Cannady) Holloman Airmen redeploy

0 4/12
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  April 6, 2007 -- Chief Master Sgt. Anthony "Wolf Chief" Brinkley is the 8th Fighter Wing's new command chief and he has a vision for enlisted Airmen here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Darnell Cannady)                              New 'Wolf Chief'' sets tone for base enlisted force
Enlisted 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack" Airmen are seeing a new senior enlisted advisor around Kunsan for the next year.     Even though he's still getting settled in, Chief Master Sgt. Anthony "Wolf Chief" Brinkley, 8th Fighter Wing command chief said he expects great things from the base's enlisted force.   "I expect to set a course for the Wolf
0 4/12
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  April 6, 2007 -- Col. Jeff "Wolf" Lofgren, 8th Fighter Wing commander, talks to wing Airmen April 6 about April's upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection. The Wolf, together with Chief Master Sgt. Anthony "Wolf Chief" Brinkley, 8th FW command chief, addressed the crowd of more than 1,500 about the stresses and successes the wing has gone through since May 2006. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephen Collier)                                                                Wolf rallies wing during 'Wolf Call'
With guns blazing (literally), forklifts hauling equipment and an afterburner-fly by, the 8th Fighter Wing commander gave his final rally speech before the wing's Operational Readiness Inspection.   Col. Jeff "Wolf" Lofgren, donning individual protective equipment and a squad assault weapons, made his entrance to a crowd of more than 1,500 Wolf
0 4/10
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  April 9, 2007 -- An F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter sits ready for take off April 9 here. The F-117s began redeploying last week, with the final aircraft leaving April 9 for Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. The low-observable aircraft, assigned to the 9th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, have been deployed to Kunsan since early January. Maintainers and support personnel are expected to redeploy in the coming week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Stephen Collier) Stealths head for home

0 4/08
2007
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea  March 27, 2007 -- Amn. Leah Cash, 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron, remains vigilant as she keeps a keen eye out for enemy ?coyotes? at her post on top of the wing headquarters building March 27. Coyotes is the term given to mock enemy forces during an exercise here. The Wolf Pack, as the 8th Fighter Wing is known as, participated in a week-long Operational Readiness Exercise in preparation for April?s Operational Readiness Inspection. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Darnell Cannady) Wolf Pack evaluates self for last time before ORI
As part of the last opportunity to practice its wartime mission prior to April's Operational Readiness Inspection, the Wolf Pack completed its third exercise entitled 'Foal Eagle 07-03' March 22 through 31.   Known as an operational readiness exercise, or ORE, the 8th Fighter Wing, together with its neighbor to the north, the 51st FW at Osan AB,
0 4/05
2007
Default Air Force Logo The end of an era: Kunsan's 'Wolf Pack Warrior' set to expire
Kunsan is keeping in line with Air Force Smart Operations-21 and Air Force leadership's vision by retiring the base's award-winning Wolf Pack Warrior newspaper April 27.   To help improve the quality and timeliness of getting news to Wolf Pack members and base readers alike, Kunsan is transitioning to Web-based news soon after.   The new system
0 3/23
2007
Default Air Force Logo New program lets Airmen speak their mind
A group of Airmen and USAF civilians are being invited to become the Air Force's Internal Communication Assessment Group, called the ICAG. Internal communication refers to how the Air Force delivers information to Airmen and USAF civilians. Senior Air Force leaders want to know Airmen's interests, opinions, and preferences on receiving Air Force
0 3/18
2007
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