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  • Gunsan City Fire Department visits the Wolf Pack

    Members of the Gunsan City fire department visited the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department here Sept. 16, 2015.The purpose of the visit was to work with Wolf Pack Airmen for interoperability and familiarization."It is always important for us to interact with our off-base partners," said Senior Master Sgt. Henry Stephens, 8th Civil Engineer
  • Monthly Welfare Facility visits form laughter and fun

    On the first Tuesday of each month, the 8th Fighter Wing chapel goes out to a local orphanage in Gunsan City to spend time with the children there.As mission, leadership and community are key wing priorities, partaking in volunteer projects in the local area help bolster relationships within the Republic of Korea. Volunteering in the community also
  • Juvats enhance relationships with Gunsan City youth

    Airmen assigned to the 80th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Wing, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, spent time with children at a Gunsan City welfare facility Sept. 19, 2015. Approximately 20 volunteers played soccer, basketball and gonggi with elementary, middle and high school students. Organizations from the 8th FW regularly volunteer time to
  • Industrial tour showcases Gunsan

    The Airmen watched the screen flicker with images of Korean history, war, peace, development and progress at one of the many stops on their tour of Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Feb. 21, 2014.Gunsan's history, current events and future plans were right at the fingertips of the Airmen that participated in the Gunsan Industrial tour, one of several
  • Orphanage runs with Wolf Pack

    Kunsan Air Base's Airmen Committed to Excellence Council organized a Summer Fun Day for more than 60 children from the Ilmagwon Orphanage, July 27, 2013. The event gave the children an opportunity to interact with Wolf Pack Airmen in a variety of activities.
  • Local leaders show support for Wolf Pack during annual event

    Local leaders from Gunsan City, Republic of Korea, and members of the Wolf Pack joined together Feb. 14, 2012, during the Korean and American Friendship Council Annual Friendship Night.The banquet took place at the Rits-Plaza Hotel in Gunsan City, where 60 top Korean government officials from Gunsan City and local civic leaders showed their support
  • Defenders share gifts, bring holiday cheer to orphans

    During this holiday season Defenders of the 8th Security Forces Squadron defend the base, but they also take the time spread Christmas cheer to the Samsung Orphanage. Since 1970, the 8th SFS has had a long standing 'legacy' project with sponsoring the Samsung Orphanage's Angel Tree. The orphanage is located approximately 10 miles from Kunsan Air
  • Gunsan's orchestra brings holiday cheer to Air Force neighbors

    The Gunsan Philharmonic Orchestra brought holiday cheer to Kunsan's Wolf Pack in the form of a U.S.-Korea Friendship Concert at the base theater here Dec. 14.The various musical compositions ranged from "The First Noel" to "A Christmas Song" to "Jingle Bells" and entertained an audience which nearly filled every seat in the theater. Kunsan's
  • Wolf Pack celebrates Christmas with local elderly home

    Nearly 30 Wolf Pack members enjoyed a Christmas gathering with their neighbors and friends from the Heart of Jesus Senior Care elderly home near Damyang here Dec. 10.The senior center was host to many smiles, cake, joint decorating and singing classic Christmas carols.The group visits with these Gunsan natives the second Saturday of every month.