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  • 8th SFS innovates with VR training

    The 8th Security Forces Squadron training office has a Multiple Interactive Learning Objective System, giving service members the opportunity to accomplish their weapons training when a firing range isn’t available.The MILO system is a virtual reality firing range, designed to train all branches of law enforcement, military, security and public
  • Wolf Pack sustains readiness, enhances capabilities

    The 8th Fighter Wing conducted routine training to maintain readiness at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, during January 2020.
  • Kunsan stays on the offensive with fire prevention week

    The 8th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department held several events to promote fire safety and raise awareness about Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 14 – Oct. 18.
  • 8 MDG partners with local Korean hospital, tests emergency medical response

    The 8th Medical Group coordinated with Wonkwang University Medical Center to exercise emergency medical flight transport procedures and transfer a simulated patient from Kunsan Air Base to the hospital in Iksan. The surgical team at Wonkwang successfully performed a life saving operation on the simulated patient paving the way for a continued relationship between the medical center and Kunsan.
  • 35th, 80th AFE combine experience, grow in excellence

    In most locations, the different sections that fall under an Operations Support Squadron work together under the same roof. However, the 8th OSS is not your average squadron.
  • Sustaining the Pack: Kunsan becomes first overseas base to migrate to cloud email

    The United State Air Force’s role in the Department of Defense is to secure and maintain superiority in Air, Space, and Cyberspace. Kunsan Air Base took a giant step in February to ensure it maintains that superiority and has the best technology to support the mission.
  • 8th FW logistics Airman has smashing wrestling alter-ego

    Every Airman in the Air Force has a hobby. Some people are more animated than others when it comes to their pastimes, and in this case, an 8th Fighter Wing Airman definitely has most people beat.
  • Crew Chief Green-Lights Career

    Extreme temperatures, dwindling daylight hours, and the looming threat of snow is the best way to describe his current working conditions. The job itself is so demanding that if the “newbies” aren’t told to eat, they’d work straight through lunch. It’s an endless stream of components that need to be checked, fixed, if necessary, and checked again; that’s what keeps the mission going. Welcome to the flight line. Welcome to the world of a crew chief in the United States Air Force.
  • Kunsan crushes 2018 AFAF campaign goal

    The 8th Fighter Wing launched its Air Force Assistance Fund campaign March 26, and AFAF officials recently announced the results of the donations.The 8th Fighter Wing collectively raised a total of $41,975.81, surpassing the wing’s overall goal of $37,174 by 113 percent.The AFAF focuses on four charities: the Air Force Aid Society, the General and
  • 8 FW DFAC staff fuel the fight

    Morning, noon, or night, the U.S service members and the Korean counterparts are always working hard inside the 8th Fighter Wing dining facility beyond the customer service hours.   The hours might say that they’re only open during the meal hours, however they [WJDTUP8F1] are constantly prepping and cooking the food in order to feed the nearly
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