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  • Flexibility is still the key to airpower

    Airmen often repeat the phrase, “flexibility is the key to airpower.” I would argue as a service we have forgotten what that means. The phrase was coined from the Italian airpower strategist, Gen. Giulio Douhet, who penned The Command of the Air in the 1920’s. Although many airpower experts will argue his work had some flaws, this phrase is
  • Wolf Pack regains strength with physical therapy

    The 8th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapy team assists Airmen with exercises during their appointments at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 13-14, 2017. The physical therapy section is responsible for ensuring proper healing and rehabilitation of Airmen who have injuries or are recovering from surgeries.
  • Chief of chaplains delivers resiliency message to Wolf Pack

    Kunsan Air Base welcomed Maj. Gen. Dondi E. Costin, chief of chaplains, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., to speak with airmen during a spiritual resiliency luncheon Feb. 7, 2017. Costin is responsible for establishing guidance and providing advice on all matters pertaining to the religious and moral welfare of Air Force
  • ATC: Keeping eyes on our birds in the sky

    Everyone with a driver’s license has experienced the antsy feeling of sitting at a traffic light waiting for it to switch from red to green. Imagine if, in order to go, the driver had to wait for a person’s command to move.Air traffic controllers here do just that, communicate with hundreds of planes in the sky and on the ground, giving the verbal
  • Healthy lifestyle leads to healthy heart

    Medical experts say there are plenty of things Airmen can do to ensure a healthy heart, including quitting smoking and not drinking too much. Heart disease, heart attack, and stroke are just some of the consequences of not taking care of your heart.    To take care of your heart, physical activity, smarter nutritional diet choices and mindfulness
  • Kunsan dental techs show mission versatility

    Dental airmen from the 8th Medical Operations Squadron perform routine annual exams and construct ear pieces as part of the Attenuating Custom Communications Earpiece System at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, on Jan. 4 and Jan. 9, 2017. Dental technicians here are responsible for receiving patients, examining records, preparing patients for
  • Wolf Pack Year In Review 2016

    Wolf Pack Year In Review
  • BASH program is booming at Kunsan

    The Bird/wildlife Aircraft Striking Hazard program is implemented at Kunsan to keep the runways clear of animals. Birds and other wildlife can pose a significant risk to aircraft at high speeds or even when taxiing across the flightline. Through Kunsan’s BASH program, airmen patrol the flightline daily using three primary methods to deter these
  • Day or night, Kunsan postured to respond to any threat

    Airmen from the 8th Maintenance Squadron perform maintenance on U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 35th and 80th Fighter Squadrons at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Dec. 2, 2016. Pilots from the 35th and 80th Fighter Squadrons take to the sky's after maintainers prepare aircraft for take off. Conducting aircraft maintenance and
  • U.S. and ROKAF EOD train to increase interoperability

    8th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technicians provided training and demonstrated techniques for the Republic of Korea Air Force EOD team at Kunsan Air Base, ROK, Nov. 7, 2016. ROKAF and U.S. Airmen work together to integrate operations more effectively in order to deter aggression in the region. This training increases U.S. and ROK interoperability and ultimately enhances U.S. and ROK commitments to maintain peace in the region. (U.S. Air Force photos by Senior Airman Colville McFee/Released)