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  • 8 CES hones remote airfield damage assessment skills

    The 8th Civil Engineer Squadron is piloting a Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System program to streamline surveying airfield damage instead of sending personnel into potentially hazardous environments.
  • AFN to air mid-term election coverage

    American Forces Network (AFN) will air live coverage of the U.S. mid-term elections to give viewers here the opportunity to experience the national political conversation.
  • Resiliency-focused Wolf Pack University enhances 8th FW competence

    Over the past two years, a resiliency-focused program called Wolf Pack University has given Airmen at Kunsan Air Base the opportunity to exercise personal choices for overall growth with the support of frontline supervisors and higher leadership. Wolf Pack University is a collegiate-mirrored system which includes a personalized curriculum, transcripts, advisors, electives and a diploma specific to being at Kunsan.
  • Kunsan EOD masters safe, precise detonations

    EOD members are trained to detect, disarm, detonate and dispose of explosive threats all over the world. During the training, EOD detonated multiple charges similar to the ones used to blast open a locked door.
  • 8FW refines crisis response capabilities

    The 8th FW conducted training including answering queries from simulated media in response to a mock aircraft mishap to improve their response to civilian and local national news agencies and citizens in the event of an emergency.
  • 8 MDG on pregnancy, infant loss: You Are Not Alone

    On October 25, 1988, former U.S. President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the month of October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.
  • Crew Chief Green-Lights Career

    Extreme temperatures, dwindling daylight hours, and the looming threat of snow is the best way to describe his current working conditions. The job itself is so demanding that if the “newbies” aren’t told to eat, they’d work straight through lunch. It’s an endless stream of components that need to be checked, fixed, if necessary, and checked again; that’s what keeps the mission going. Welcome to the flight line. Welcome to the world of a crew chief in the United States Air Force.
  • Wolf Pack sharpens teeth at Red Flag-Alaska

    The Pacific Air Forces-led exercise, Red Flag-Alaska 19-1, which ran from October 8, 2018 to October 19, 2018 has come to a close and Airmen from the 8th Fighter Wing are now better prepared for large-force employments while operating beside joint and international participants.
  • 7th AF Command Chief visits the Wolf Pack

    Chief Master Sgt. Scott Lumpkin, 7th Air Force command chief, visited Kunsan Air Base to thank Airmen for their hard work and dedication to the Wolf Pack's mission on the peninsula.
  • Mayor of Gunsan visits the Wolf Pack

    Kang Imjune, Mayor of Gunsan, visited Kunsan Air Base and had a chance to see the partnership between the 8th Fighter Wing and the 38th fighter Group, Republic of Korea Air Force, first hand.