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Staff Sgt. Gregory Auzenne, from the 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, waits in line to evacuate to an alternate facility after a simulated chemical attack during exercise ?Beverly Midnight? at Kunsan AB, Republic of Korea, on Wednesday, February 21, 2006.  (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Barry Loo)
Midnight evacuation

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Members of the 8th Civil Engineering Squadron Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) team, install temporary runway lighting during an Operational Readiness Exercise, Wednesday, February 21, 2007 at Kunsan AB, Republic of Korea.  ADR teams do everything from crater repair to airfield lighting making it possible to get aircraft back in the air quickly. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt Jack Braden) Airfield Readiness

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Members of the 8th Fighter wing emergency response evaluation team prepare for a major accident response exercise Feb. 9 on Kunsan Air Base, South Korea. The exercise was designed to provide a realistic training scenario for emergency teams and simulated a major vehicle accident with multiple victims. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Jeffrey A. Wolfe)
Wolf Pack Warriors

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Airman 1st Class Bernard Byer (left) radios in his chemical reconnaisance team's report as Senior Airman Melvin Lucas changes a zone transition point sign during the first peninsula-wide combat employment readiness exercise, or PENCERE of the year. 'ZTP' signs inform other Airmen what sectors they are enter and whether that sector is contaminated with biological or chemical agents. Both Airmen are assigned to the 8th Communications Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/SrA Stephen Collier)                             Wolf Pack charges through week-long PENORE
The Wolf Pack excelled through yet another week-long exercise, testing Airmen here on their ability to survive and operate as well as carry out their wartime mission. Known as a peninsula operational readiness exercise, or PENORE, the 8th Fighter Wing teamed up with its neighbor to the north, Osan AB, to refine Seventh Air Force's mission of being
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea Jan. 19, 2007 -- First Lt. Brian Moore, 35th Fighter Squadron ?Panton? F-16 pilot, gives a local Korean student an up-close look at the flight controls of his fighter. More than 50 of the English students visited the base Jan. 19 to get a look at some of the Wolf Pack?s missions, sharper their English-speaking skills and learn how to use American currency. Wolf Pack opens gate to local English students
The Wolf Pack accepted a different kind of Follow-on Forces Jan. 19. Not more than four-and-a-half feet tall, they made their way to base operations, met with pilots and got a chance to see the base exchange. But, they weren't from any U.S. base. Kunsan opened its gates more than 40 local Korean elementary and middle school students to not only get
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea Jan. 11, 2007 -- Airman 1st Class Tara Trudell,  8th Security Forces Squadron armorer, has volunteered more than 42 hours towards painting murals in Dorm 1303. Residents of the dorm were the latest recipients of the 8th Fighter Wing's "Dorm of the Month" for best dorm on base, earning the 8th SFS $1,000 in quality of life funding. Airmen recently overhauled the aging dormitory as part of a major self-help overhaul. Airmen take point in effort to improve dorms
Some of the dorms here are old and decrepit. Some of the Airmen here are doing something about it. Initiative is contagious; anyone can look at the Airmen of the 8th Security Forces Squadron to see that. In August, approximately 20 Airmen, along with their dorm manager, Staff Sgt. Mike Whitman, decided they were going to remodel their dorm -
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea Jan. 26, 2007 -- READY augmentee Airman 1st Class Taquaan Dublin calls in a status report while wingman Airman 1st Class Kyle Stanek keeps a watchful eye out for the enemy Jan. 26. The Airmen, both assigned to the 8th Maintenance Operations Squadron, are augmenteed out to the 8th Security Forces Squadron as part of the base defense plan in the event the installation increases its defensive posture. This exercise, known as a peninsula-wide combat employment readiness exercise, or PENCERE, is the first of its kind for 2007.                                At the Ready

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