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Wear of ROK Presidential Unit Citation ribbon authorized for 7 AF Personnel
U.S. Air Force Col. Tad Clark, 8th Fighter Wing commander and Chief Master Sgt. Steve Cenov, 8th FW command chief, host their second commander’s call for the members of the Wolf Pack at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 25, 2019. The commander’s call gave base leaders the opportunity to elaborate on multi-domain operations, squadron empowerment, multi-functional Airmen, agile combat employment, readiness and innovation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Hetlage)
U.S. Air Force Col. Tad Clark, 8th Fighter Wing commander, speaks to members of the Wolf Pack about innovation during a “Wolf Call” at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 25, 2019. Operation Bolo, an innovative strategy used against the North Vietnamese military during the Vietnam War that helped the United States gain the upper hand during air combat. Operation Bolo serves as the inspiration for the Wolf Pack’s enduring emphasis on innovation, Operation Be On the Lookout for Opportunity. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Hetlage)
Chief Master Sgt. Steve Cenov, 8th Fighter Wing command chief, speaks to Wolf Pack members about multi-domain operations at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 25, 2019. Multi-domain operations include not only being able to fight on land, in the air and at sea but also in space and cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Hetlage)
Senior Airman Alondra Santos, 8th Medical Operations Squadron personnel reliability program monitor speaks to Wolf Pack members about her personal experience attending the Air Force Association's 2019 Air, Space and Cyber Conference during a commander’s call at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 25, 2019. Her favorite part of the conference was hearing Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright speak about perseverance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Hetlage)
Master Sgt. Mason Bergeron, 8th Operations Support Squadron aircraft flight equipment flight chief and Dog Land Outreach president, rescues one of the “garden pups” with help from Lee, Jung-Ho, Gunsan Dog Land director, in Gunsan, Republic of Korea. Bergeron has recruited more than 150 active duty military members to volunteer at Gunsan Dog Land since arriving at Kunsan Air Base in March 2019. (Courtesy Photo)
Since arriving at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, in March 2019, Master Sgt. Mason Bergeron, 8th Operations Support Squadron aircraft flight equipment flight chief and Dog Land Outreach president, has recruited more than 150 active duty military volunteers to help support Gunsan Dog Land. Dog Land is home to more than 600 dogs and cats who have been rescued around the Gunsan area. (Courtesy Photo)
Gunsan Dog Land in Gunsan, Republic of Korea, is home to more than 600 dogs and cats. Lee, Jung-Ho, Gunsan Dog Land director, found his passion in caring for lost and abandoned animals and decided to turn his park, dedicated to celebrating the lives of pets, into a pet sanctuary for rescued animals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
Master Sgt. Mason Bergeron, 8th Operations Support Squadron aircraft flight equipment flight chief and Dog Land Outreach president, and Lee, Jung-Ho, Gunsan Dog Land director, have rescued five dogs together from the Gunsan area since Bergeron arrived at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, in March 2019. Through the power of connection and social media, Bergeron has recruited more than 150 active duty military members to volunteer at Gunsan Dog Land. (Courtesy Photo)
Gunsan Dog Land in Gunsan, Republic of Korea, is home to more than 600 dogs and cats. Lee, Jung-Ho, Gunsan Dog Land director, found his passion in caring for lost and abandoned animals and decided to turn his park, dedicated to celebrating the lives of pets, into a pet sanctuary for rescued animals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
Airman 1st Class Anthony Bell, a Dog Land Outreach volunteer, communicates with a Gunsan Dog Land employee through a translation application during a volunteer event in at the sanctuary in Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2019. Despite the language barrier, Dog Land Outreach volunteers have been able to build lasting connections with the Gunsan community while volunteering to help care for more than 600 animals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
A puppy falls asleep during a volunteer event at Gunsan Dog Land, Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2019. The Gunsan Dog Land sanctuary is home to more than 600 animals who have been abandoned, lost, neglected or abused. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
Dog Land Outreach volunteers conduct basic obedience training at Gunsan Dog Land, Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2019. The volunteer trainers work with the dogs on basic obedience such as sitting, listening and walking with a leash. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
Master Sgt. Mason Bergeron, 8th Operations Support Squadron aircraft flight equipment flight chief and Dog Land Outreach president, volunteers at Gunsan Dog Land, Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2019. Since arriving in Korea, Bergeron has rescued five abandoned dogs from the Gunsan area. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)
Capt. Christina Kyc, 8th Medical Group licensed clinical social worker and Dog Land Outreach vice president, holds a young puppy at Gunsan Dog Land, Gunsan, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2019. Kyc is one of more than 150 active duty military volunteers who contributes their time and money to support the rescue efforts of animals in Gunsan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Mackenzie Mendez)