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  • Wolf Pack Airmen punished in separate courts martial

      Two Wolf Pack Airmen received judicial punishment here after their individual courts martials came to a close last week.   Capt. David Still, 35th Fighter Squadron, and Staff Sgt. Aaron Wilson, 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, received their punishments from military judge Lt. Col. Eric Dillow. Capt. Still plead guilty to violating a lawful
  • Kunsan launches new public Web site

    Kunsan has a new public Web site geared towards providing the global audience with news, photos, art and other information about the Wolf Pack. It's not just Kunsan making the change. Every base is transitioning to the Air Force Public Information Management System, used to manage all base public Web sites. According to web program migration
  • Holloman OG commander sees deployed F-117 operations

      The Wolf Pack welcomed a special member of the 49th Fighter Wing who traveled to the Republic of Korea this week to get a first-hand look at the success of the stealth fighter's deployment.   Holloman's operations group commander Col. Jack Forsythe arrived Saturday just in time to see one of the biggest differences between Holloman and Kunsan
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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