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  • Beverly Pack 16-4

    Airman 1st Class Nicholas Novosel, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron crew chief, checks pins and moving parts on an F-16 Fighting Falcon during Beverly Pack 16-4 at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 25, 2016. The exercise tested Airmen on their ability to survive and operate while under the stress of simulated wartime activities. (U.S. Air
  • Beverly Pack 16-1: Wolf Pack says “Bring it” to Follow-on Forces

    This week, Kunsan Air Base's 8th Fighter Wing tested all three key tenants of the Wolf Pack mission: defending the base, accepting follow-on forces and taking the fight north, during Exercise Beverly Pack 16-1 here, Oct. 5 to 9.Accepting follow-on forces means to take in additional service members to the base and give them the resources they need
  • Wolf Pack firefighters train alongside ROK counterparts

    Firefighters from the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron and Republic of Korea air force 38th Fighter Group ran into burning buildings and battled flames alongside one another during a joint training exercise here, Aug. 19 and Aug. 28.The purpose of the training was to give both sides an opportunity to share various techniques while sharpening
  • Kunsan hosts Exercise Max Thunder 14-2

    U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy personnel and aircraft are training with Republic of Korea Air Force units in the semi-annual, bilateral training exercise, Max Thunder 14-2, at Kunsan AB, Nov. 14 to 22.Exercise Max Thunder 14-2 consists of more than 1,300 Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines working alongside elements of the ROKAF to
  • Wolf Pack MOPPs up Beverly Bulldog

    The Wolf Pack prepared jets for takeoffs and responded to a simulated contamination on the flight line during the final day of exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-2. The peninsula-wide operational readiness exercise tested Airmen's abilities to survive and operate in hazardous environments.
  • Sundown Touchdown

    Day or night the Wolf Pack withstood Beverly Bulldog 14-2 which focused on Kunsan's ability to tackle obstacles on the ground and air to ensure continued operations.
  • Constant injects maintain consistent readiness

    The Wolf Pack continued to prove its combat readiness as they entered the third day of the peninsula-wide operational readiness exercise. Beverly Bulldog 14-2 tests Airmen's ability to survive and operate in hazardous environments, enabling a constant state of readiness.
  • Beverly Bulldog rocks on

    During exercise Beverly Bulldog 14-2 the wing inspection team kept constant injects rolling in, keeping Airmen's readiness razor sharp.
  • Hide fast, move slow

    From outside the woods, it looks like several Airmen playing a game of hide and seek that any passerby would dismiss as "boys being boys." Once you take a look inside the woods and add the uniforms, well-trained seekers and cold adrenaline-filled pilots, then it becomes a Wolf Pack Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape combat survival exercise.
  • The new UEI: Increased effectiveness

    The Pacific Air Forces Inspector General team, and the Air Force Inspector General, populated Kunsan Air Base to conduct the highly anticipated, Unit Effectiveness Inspection capstone event during the week of Mar. 3 - 7, 2014."We are the commander's eyes and ears," said Lt. Gen. Stephen Mueller, Inspector General of the Air Force. "My job is to