• Running from stress to the AF Marathon

    Working the nine to five grind, many people need to find a release at the end of the work day, whether it is hanging out with friends, playing video games or listening to music. For Staff Sgt. Daniel Ly, 8th Force Support Squadron customer support noncommissioned officer in charge, running up to 40 miles a week is his release.
  • 8th FW, 38th FG compete during Friendship Day

    The U.S. Air Force 8th Fighter Wing and Republic of Korea 38th Fighter Group competed in the annual Friendship Day Oct. 4. Friendship Day features several sports that pitted U.S. forces against it's ROK counterparts in friendly competition, designed to build upon the alliance on base. This year the 8th Mission Support Group took home the trophy for
  • PACAF Band hits all the right notes with ROK Tour

    The United States of America and the Republic of Korea established a historical friendship following the Korean War in 1953. One of the U.S. Air Force’s overseas regional bands visited the Republic of Korea to help reinforce that alliance.
  • Wolf Pack honors POW/MIA who are gone but not forgotten

    The 8th Fighter Wing came together to pay a special tribute to service members who are, and were, prisoners of war and missing in action during a week-long memorial from Sept. 16 to 20.
  • Memories of 9/11, 18 years later

    The morning of September 11, 2001, was beautiful and clear, a picture-perfect day, not a cloud in sight. New Yorkers made their way to work, filling the sidewalks of Manhattan, horns honking, birds chirping. For Americans across the country, it was a Tuesday like any other.
  • 8th Fighter Wing focus on continuing resiliency after RTP capstone

    The 8th Fighter Wing hosted numerous resiliency-focused events for the Resilience Tactical Pause capstone with a Sept. 13. The first event, a forum, featured Col. Tad Clark, 8th FW commander, and a small group of Airmen who took the opportunity to share their stories on hardship and resiliency.
  • Keeping the Pack Strong: Your First Sergeant Team

    U.S. Air Force first sergeants, often called “shirts,” are senior non-commissioned officers in a special duty outside of their designated career fields. This role gives them the responsibility of caring for more than 538,000 active duty, guard and reserve Airmen across the globe.
  • Wolf Pack remembers 9/11

    The 8th Fighter Wing held a September 11 Remembrance ceremony at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Sept. 11, 2019.
  • USAF, ROKAF partner on EOD training

    The 8th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit partnered with the Republic of Korea Air Force's 38th Fighter Group EOD unit for joint ordnance disposal training at Kunsan Air Base, Aug. 22.
  • Keeping the Pack Strong: Your Mental Health Team

    One in five adults in the United States, roughly 46.6 million, experience mental illness in a given year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. The Air Force’s Comprehensive Airman Fitness pillars are key to ensuring Airmen are taking care of each other while maintaining balance in their lives. The 8th Medical Group Mental Health Clinic is at the center of the Air Force’s CAF model, providing the tools Airmen need to lead a healthy lifestyle while also ensuring the pack is fit to fight.