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Kunsan Theater Grand Opening

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown, 8th Fighter Wing commander speaks at the new theater grand opening here Feb. 1.  The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962.  The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown, 8th Fighter Wing commander speaks at the new theater grand opening here Feb. 1. The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962. The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown, 8th Fighter Wing commander presents Mr. Jung, Soo-hyun, COO Hyundai Engineering with a plaque as a token of appreciation for Hyundai Engineering's dedication to the new theater project during the theater grand opening here Feb. 1.  The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962.  The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown, 8th Fighter Wing commander presents Mr. Jung, Soo-hyun, COO Hyundai Engineering with a plaque as a token of appreciation for Hyundai Engineering's dedication to the new theater project during the theater grand opening here Feb. 1. The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962. The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown (center), 8th Fighter Wing commander and Brig. Gen. Harold Moulton (4th from right), 7th Air Force vice commander along with other key leadership involved in the new theater project cut the ribbon during the theater grand opening here Feb. 1.  The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962.  The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Col. C.Q. "Wolf" Brown (center), 8th Fighter Wing commander and Brig. Gen. Harold Moulton (4th from right), 7th Air Force vice commander along with other key leadership involved in the new theater project cut the ribbon during the theater grand opening here Feb. 1. The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962. The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Mr. Jung, Soo-hyun, COO Hyundai Engineering speaks at the new theater grand opening here Feb. 1.  The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962.  The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)

KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea -- Mr. Jung, Soo-hyun, COO Hyundai Engineering speaks at the new theater grand opening here Feb. 1. The new theater has 200 more seats than the previous theater that was built in 1962. The increase in capacity will enable the Wolf Pack to accept follow on forces more efficiently. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Darcie Ibidapo)