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  • Thank you for your service

    I recently returned from a deployment to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. While there, I was able to see the efforts of our sister services in that area of operations. I was incredibly impressed by the work being done by the Army, Marines and coalition ground

  • Fighting cancer with healthy food

    Mounting evidence shows the foods we eat weigh heavily in the war against cancer.A balanced diet is one of the easiest and most effective ways to promote good health and help protect yourself against cancer. The American Cancer society estimates one-third of all American cancer deaths might be

  • Heat stress: Stay hydrated, watch for flag alerts

    Summer has come upon the Wolf Pack and one of the problems Airmen have during the hot months is heat stress.Heat stress is defined as any thermal stress above normal body temperature applied to the body, primarily from environmental factors, such as ambient temperature, relative humidity, wind and

  • COMPACAF delivers Memorial Day message

    On May 30, 2011, our Memorial Day, we will honor our service members who have paid the ultimate price in the full spectrum of military operations in the defense of our great Nation.We honor the legacy of those who have served and given their all, and certainly inclusive in this long line are our

  • Find your balance during your time at Kunsan

    Leadership has many definitions and means different things to different people. The Air Force Professional Development Guide says leadership is the art of influencing and directing people to accomplish the mission. In fact, the thing that separates us from every other air force in the world is our

  • Take time for you

    Most of us get wrapped up in our daily work routines and often forget to take a little time for ourselves and to care for ourselves. What do I mean by that? For the past 10 months at Kunsan, we've all put in a lot of hard work and long hours to ensure that we were ready to "Take the Fight North" and

  • Closing the numerical gap with training, combat edge, teamwork

    Every day the Wolf Pack is charged with the responsibility of deterring North Korean aggression, and if called, defeating the world's fourth largest military. The demand our commander in chief places upon the professionalism and capability of U.S. Forces Korea, to include the Wolf Pack, is such that

  • Protect yourself from Asian Dust, Yellow Sand, HwangSa

    Welcome to Korea ... or welcome back to Korea. Many of you have first-hand experience or have heard second-hand about the air quality in Korea. With 14 million people gathered in one area, some are bound to create some sort of pollution with the most obvious air pollution problems in Seoul. Some

  • Law Day 2011: The Legacy of John Adams

    In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower established the first Law Day as a national day to mark our commitment to the rule of law. Three years later, Congress issued a joint resolution designating May 1 as the official date for celebrating Law Day. This year's theme for Law Day is, "The Legacy of

  • Leaving a legacy

    When I was asked to write a commentary, I realized I've been at Kunsan for 10 months and my tour is winding down. So Wolf Pack, for many of us, we're almost there -- the year for those of us who arrived last summer is almost over. Soon we'll move on to new adventures, and the Wolf Pack will move