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A member of the Wolf Pack participates in a spin class at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 16, 2014. Spin class provides the Wolf Pack a low-impact alternative to running. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Clayton Lenhardt/Released) Stationary bikes gain traction on fitness
Airmen looking for a way to stay fit to fight, need look no further than the Wolf Pack Fitness Center's Spin Class.Offered four times a week by Master Sgt. Dante Brooks, 8th Operations Support Squadron host aviation resource management superintendent, spin class provides the Wolf Pack an alternative to running."It's a lot of wear and tear on your
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Senior Airman Dante Panicacci, 8th Communications Squadron client systems technician, synchronizes repaired e-Tools Jan. 22, 2014, at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. E-tools are laptops that hold all of the technical orders a maintainer needs and the 8th CS keeps the e-tools functioning. Before e-tools maintainers would carry their technical orders in several binders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Clayton Lenhardt/Released) 8th CS keeps maintainers in the fight
Not long ago, 8th Maintenance Group maintainers had to carry around a large binder full of technical data used to fix and maintain aircraft. Now, with technology provided by the 8th Communications Squadron, maintainers no longer have to worry about hundreds of pages worth of information to look through - everything can be found at the touch of a
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From left to right: Master Sgt. Bryon Barron, 673rd Air Base Wing Airman Leadership School instructor, Master Sgt. Jerrme Stanton, 51st Force Support Squadron ALS commandant, and Staff Sgt. Edward White, 18th Wing ALS instructor, pose for a photo after graduating a class at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Dec. 17, 2013. Stanton is the commandant of ALS for the entire Korean peninsula and works with Pacific Air Forces to bring ALS instructors to the ROK. These instructors ensure that Airmen continue their professional development while stationed in the Republic of Korea. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Clayton Lenhardt/Released) Korea's ALS Commandant
Every year, thousands of Airmen attend Airmen Leadership Schools at nearly 70 locations across the Air Force. But for Airmen stationed in the Republic of Korea, that's not so easy.One senior non-commissioned officer, Master Sgt. Jerrme Stanton, stationed at Osan Air Base, ROK, has a one of a kind job to ensure the next group of frontline
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Default Air Force Logo Victim advocates train for personal touch
Being a victim, regardless of the crime, can have a traumatic impact on one's life and those around them. But behind each tragedy is a network of support waiting to lend a helping hand or ear. Twenty Wolf Pack members devoted themselves to becoming victim advocates for sexual assault survivors during a 40-hour course, Aug. 27 to 30. The sexual
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IMJINGAK, Republic of Korea -- Seen here is a tourist spot located 7 km. south of the demarcation line that draws approximately two million visitors each year. The site remembers the pain of the divided land from the Korean War and also symbolizes hope for reunification. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Sheryll Klinkel) Photo Essay: Demilitarized Zone tour
Wolf Pack Airmen jumped at the opportunity to visit the Demilitarized Zone of North and South Korea on a tour here May 13.Korea is the only divided country in the world. One of the last relics of the Cold War, the DMZ, attracts a great deal of public interest. Korea DMZ tourist sites were created to quench peoples' curiosity on this unique area
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HADONG-GUN, Republic of Korea -- A steep hill populated with local merchants, artisans and traditional Korean scenery enrich the experience for those enjoying their time at the 16th Hadong Wild Tea Culture Festival here May 8. Kunsan Airmen traveled to the county of Hadong-gun where they learned how to make tea, relished in local cuisine and hiked a mountain to a Korean heritage center. (U.S. Air Force photo/2nd Lt. Spencer Wile) Photo Essay: Hadong provides cultural tea experience
Kunsan Airmen traveled to the county of Hadong-gun where they learned how to make tea, relished in local cuisine and hiked a mountain to a Korean heritage center for the 16th Hadong Wild Tea Culture Festival here May 8.The trip was sponsored by the base community center allowing Wolf Pack members to explore their local area for free. Outings like
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Master Sgt. Myong Yi, 8th Security Forces Squadron NCO in charge of standardization and evaluation and 8th SFS exercise evaluation team lead, observes as opposition forces members attack a security forces command post during an exercise. As an 8th SFS EET member, Sergeant Yi evaluates squadron members in how they would respond if the scenario were a real-world situation. (U.S. Army photo/Specialist Christopher Wellner) Exercise evaluation teams prepare Wolf Pack for inspections, real world
You're entering hour 10 of your 12-hour shift, when something red catches the corner of your eye. You look over and see an Airman clad in individual protective equipment, like yourself, but something is different - that bright red badge on his left shoulder. Your nerves tense and your heartbeat quickens as you try to mentally prepare for whatever
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Master Sgt. Kristie Pomilia, 134th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron member, reviews a flying schedule with Senior Airman Crystalin Horton, also of the 134th EFS here Feb. 22. Ensuring all pilots are up-to-date on their flying hours is essential to the unit's mission here. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Pomeroy) 134th EFS helps Wolf Pack complete mission
The 8th Fighter Wing relies on more than two thousand permanently assigned Airmen from across the Air Force to complete its mission.However, to further deter the enemy and defend the base and the peninsula, the Wolf Pack also regularly accepts follow-on Reserve, Guard and active-duty forces to augment the wing's Airmen and help them prepare to take
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Captain Klinkel Photo Shoot Wolf Pack lends helping hands
Col. Robin Olds dubbed the 8th Fighter Wing as the Wolf Pack during the Vietnam War because of the wing's aggressive tactics and teamwork. The base is still known as the Wolf Pack and prides itself on the aggressive mission of the F-16 Falcon; however, the wing has a softer side that may surprise some.  Despite the wing's high operation tempo and
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Staff Sgt. Gary Grant, 8th Medical Support Squadron NCO in charge of the storage and distribution operating warehouse, performs inventory in the warehouse. The warehouse is part of the 8th MDSS medical logistics flight. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Amanda Savannah) 8th Medical Support Squadron supplies clinic with mission necessities
You arrive at the 8th Medical Group clinic for your medical appointment and check in. You answer a few questions from the technician and then are seen by the doctor. He gives you a prescription, you have it filled at the pharmacy, and you return to work.But how was the clinic able to schedule that appointment? Where did the technician get her
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