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  • PACAF, ROKAF weapons load teams go head-to-head in annual competition

    Kunsan hosted the 2017 annual weapons load crew competition, which included members from the 35th and 80th Aircraft Maintenance Units and the 38th Fighter Group, Republic of Korea Air Force, located here, the 25th and 36th AMUs, operating out of Osan Air Base and the 14th AMU, from Misawa Air Base.The friendly competition tested the capabilities
  • Developmental special duties broaden experience

    The Air Force has identified 1,175 positions across 10 developmental special duties, or DSDs, for spring 2017.Identified as developmental due to their unique leadership roles and the responsibility to mentor and mold young Airmen, the 10 duties are: career assistance advisor, military training instructor, military training leader, Air Force Academy
  • Theater of War brings resiliency message to Wolf Pack

    Armed Forces Entertainment is scheduled to bring the Theater of War performance to the Kunsan Air Base movie theater May 8, 2017.According to Armed Forces Entertainment, this play depicts the visible and invisible wounds of war, and by presenting this play to military and civilian audiences, the Armed Forces Entertainment—along with Theater of War—
  • MAX THUNDER brings forces together, showcases aerial supremacy

    U.S. and ROK Air Forces conduct flight training during Exercise MAX THUNDER 17, which began April 17, 2017, at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. Max Thunder is part of a continuous exercise program to enhance interoperability between U.S. and ROK forces. These exercises highlight the longstanding military partnership, commitment and enduring
  • Maintainers keep MAX THUNDER flying

    Airmen from the 36th Aircraft Maintenance Unit perform maintenance on F-16 Fighting Falcons during Exercise MAX THUNDER 17 at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 26, 2017. This large-scale employment exercise increases the U.S. and ROK’s ability to work together shoulder-to-shoulder and ultimately enhances the U.S. and ROK capability to
  • Tell Zika to buzz off

    In 2016, the Zika virus made world-wide news as a new threat to public health, but mosquito-borne illnesses have always been a health risk for people living in certain climates.   Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to avoid exposure to Zika and other mosquito-borne illnesses. “These are not inevitable infections,” said Col. (Dr.) John
  • 8th Medical Group and ROKAF airmen train to save lives

    United States Air Force members assigned to the 8th Medical Group and Republic of Korea Air Force medical airmen participated in a simulated multiple causality exercise April 19, 2017.The exercise was conducted to assess communication and operations between ROKAF and U.S. medical teams during a mass casualty situation.“The communication between
  • U.S. and ROKAF put air power on full display in Max Thunder 17

    U.S. and ROK Air Forces conduct flight training during Exercise MAX THUNDER 17, which began April 17, 2017, at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea. Max Thunder is part of a continuous exercise program to enhance interoperability between U.S. and ROK forces. These exercises highlight the longstanding military partnership, commitment and enduring
  • MiCare becomes TOL Patient Portal Secure Messaging

    The Air Force MiCare system that lets patients at Air Force hospitals and clinics communicate securely with their health providers is getting a new name.   The system is now called TOL Patient Portal Secure Messaging, the same name used by the Army and Navy. This is intended to minimize confusion for Military Health System patients who move between
  • U.S. and ROK units prepare for Exercise MAX THUNDER 17

    U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy personnel and aircraft will train with the Republic of Korea Air Forces in the annual, bilateral training Exercise MAX THUNDER 17, which will be hosted at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 17-28, 2017.Exercise Max Thunder is part of a continuous exercise program to enhance interoperability between
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