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  • She-Wolf of the Day: Col. Tambra "Hawk" Yates

    "What could be more important than to be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for the good of the entire country?" said Tambra Yates when she made the decision to join the U.S. Air Force. Hailing from Jackson, Mississippi, Col. Tambra "Hawk" Yates, 8th Medical Group commander, was raised by her mother and grew up with five siblings, one brother
  • Wolf Pack at Work: SrA Cory Henning, 8 CES

    Wolf Pack at Work: SrA Cory D. Henning 8th Civil Engineer SquadronJob Title: Readiness and Emergency Management JourneymanJob Description:     HazMAT and CBRN Emergency Responder. In broader terms, our primary mission is to train and - in conjunction with LRS - equip base personnel to both survive and fight in a CBRN (Chemical, Biological,
  • LRS by day, 'Cake Boss' by night

    More than 10 years ago, he was housesitting when a chance discovery revealed an untapped hobby."It all started in 2005 when I was stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam when I was housesitting for a lady who was trying to lose weight," he said. "She was getting rid of cake ingredients, so I thought I'd give it a try."During the duty hours, he
  • Wolf Pack at Work: SSgt Cox, 80th AMU

    Wolf Pack at Work: SSgt Cox, 80th Aircraft Maintenance UnitJob Title: Weapons armament technicianJob Description: I oversee the professional development of two Airmen on my crew. I also perform maintenance on weapons equipment for serviceability and reliability. And finally, I analyze, isolate and repair weapons system malfunctions in order to
  • Wolf Pack at Work: SrA George Garcia, 8 SFS

    Wolf Pack at Work: SrA George Garcia, 8 SFSJob Title: Military Working Dog HandlerJob Description: Provide enhanced detection capabilities utilizing my military working dog.Time in Military: 8 years 10 monthsFamily: 3 daughters Jayden 9 years old, Jhordynn 6 years old, Brielle 3 years oldHometown: San AntonioWhy did you join the U.S. Air Force? To
  • Kunsan fire department joins Gunsan City in local exercise

    The 8th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department participated in an off-base mass casualty exercise hosted by the Gunsan City Fire Department in Gunsan City, Nov. 5, 2014.According to Gunsan City fire department officials, the annual emergency exercise is used to establish an incident command system and to enhance the capabilities of responders to
  • Wolf Pack at Work: SSgt Young Lee, 8 OSS

    Job Title: I am a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialist with the 8th Operations Support Squadron. Job Description: My mission is to provide Continuation of Code of Conduct Training (CoCCT) to all aircrew members, Battlefield Airmen, and all other High Risk of Isolation (HRI) personnel. Time in Military: 5.5 yearsFamily: Wife and
  • Wolf Pack at Work: SSgt Angelica Chacon, 8 MDG

    Wolf Pack at Work: SSgt Angelica Chacon, 8 MDGJob Title:  Force Health NCOICJob Description: Public Health technician--performs food inspections to make sure FDA guidelines are followed.Time in Military: 4 years and 9 monthsTime at Kunsan: 7 monthsDEROS: Feb 2015Hometown: El Paso, TexasHobbies: Outdoor activitiesWhy did you join the U.S. Air
  • Wolf Pack at Work: A1C Alex Phifer, 8 LRS

    Job title: Vehicle maintenance technicianJob description:     Provide quality vehicle maintenance for mission support vehicles. Perform vehicle maintenance activities on military vehicles including inspection, diagnostics, repair, and rebuilding of components and assemblies.Time in military: 16 monthsFamily: Mother: Ronica Phifer; father: Robert
  • Kunsan DFAC serves the Wolf Pack

    More than 2,400 people are served daily at the O'Malley Dining Facility, thanks to the hardworking staff here at Kunsan.Behind the scenes, more than 78 personnel, consisting of active duty Air Force and Korean civilians, fuel this mission."It is important that we provide first class programs and services to the Wolf Pack," said Tech. Sgt. James