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  • Red Devils Raise the Earth for Readiness

    Airmen assigned to the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron prepare to repair a simulated crater during a Rapid Airfield Damage Repair routine training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Nov. 3, 2021. RADR is a multi-staged process which quickly and effectively repairs airfields, allowing for operations to continue in combat situations. (U.S. Air Force
  • 8th SFS patrol, protect the Wolf Pack

    Airmen with the 8th Fighter Wing conduct a routine opposing forces training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Nov. 2, 2021. The simulated attack was meant to test the readiness and operational awareness of security forces personnel and augmentees. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gabrielle Spalding)
  • Behind the scenes; AFREP maintains Wolf Pack readiness

    Maintenance Group Airmen across the Air Force keep thousands of complex weapons systems ready for any mission demand… anywhere, anytime. However, many of these MXG Airmen are behind-the-scenes technicians, and work on projects most people would never see.
  • 8th CES RADR work rocks the earth

    Airmen assigned to the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron fill a crater with water and concrete during a Rapid Airfield Damage Repair training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 28, 2021. The crater fill was one of many stages involved in Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR); a process that allows Airmen to quickly fix a heavily damaged airfield.
  • 8th SFS conduct building clearing training

    Members of the 8th Security Forces Squadron broke into teams and cleared buildings on Kunsan Air Base with the objective of locating and apprehending a criminal role player. These trainings enhance the lethality and readiness of the 8th SFS.
  • 8th FW maintainers ensure airpower readiness

    Airmen from the 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron ensure F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 35th Fighter Squadron are ready for flight. Routine maintenance efforts ensure the Wolf Pack is always “Ready to Fight Tonight.”
  • Brig. Gen. Robin Olds Birthday

    Brigadier General Robin Olds: the legend, the namesake, the original Wolf. Listen to what the legacy of one man means to the Airmen, and Commander, who ensures the Wolf Pack lives up to the expectations of our predecessors.
  • Wolf II celebrates his final flight at the Wolf Pack

    Col. David "Wolf II" Ross, 8th Fighter Wing vice commander, flashes the 80th Fighter Squadron’s ‘crush ‘em’ sign on top of an F-16 Fighting Falcon at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, May 5, 2021. The fini-flight is a traditional practice to commemorate a commander's departure from an installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan
  • EOD and SFS train together

    8th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal, or EOD, conducted routine training with the 8th Security Forces Squadron. The realistic scenarios prompted teamwork and problem-solving to tackle the simulated threats. Training together and learning from different units can help synchronize Airmen to respond effectively - and the EOD and SFS
  • MPOY Recap

    Congratulation to all the winners from 8th Maintenance Group's Maintenance Professional of the Year ceremony!
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  • Red Devils Raise the Earth for Readiness

    Airmen assigned to the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron prepare to repair a simulated crater during a Rapid Airfield Damage Repair routine training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Nov. 3, 2021. RADR is a multi-staged process which quickly and effectively repairs airfields, allowing for operations to continue in combat situations. (U.S. Air Force
  • 8th SFS patrol, protect the Wolf Pack

    Airmen with the 8th Fighter Wing conduct a routine opposing forces training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Nov. 2, 2021. The simulated attack was meant to test the readiness and operational awareness of security forces personnel and augmentees. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Gabrielle Spalding)
  • Behind the scenes; AFREP maintains Wolf Pack readiness

    Maintenance Group Airmen across the Air Force keep thousands of complex weapons systems ready for any mission demand… anywhere, anytime. However, many of these MXG Airmen are behind-the-scenes technicians, and work on projects most people would never see.
  • 8th CES RADR work rocks the earth

    Airmen assigned to the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron fill a crater with water and concrete during a Rapid Airfield Damage Repair training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 28, 2021. The crater fill was one of many stages involved in Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR); a process that allows Airmen to quickly fix a heavily damaged airfield.
  • 8th SFS conduct building clearing training

    Members of the 8th Security Forces Squadron broke into teams and cleared buildings on Kunsan Air Base with the objective of locating and apprehending a criminal role player. These trainings enhance the lethality and readiness of the 8th SFS.
  • 8th FW maintainers ensure airpower readiness

    Airmen from the 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron ensure F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 35th Fighter Squadron are ready for flight. Routine maintenance efforts ensure the Wolf Pack is always “Ready to Fight Tonight.”
  • Brig. Gen. Robin Olds Birthday

    Brigadier General Robin Olds: the legend, the namesake, the original Wolf. Listen to what the legacy of one man means to the Airmen, and Commander, who ensures the Wolf Pack lives up to the expectations of our predecessors.
  • Wolf II celebrates his final flight at the Wolf Pack

    Col. David "Wolf II" Ross, 8th Fighter Wing vice commander, flashes the 80th Fighter Squadron’s ‘crush ‘em’ sign on top of an F-16 Fighting Falcon at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, May 5, 2021. The fini-flight is a traditional practice to commemorate a commander's departure from an installation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan
  • EOD and SFS train together

    8th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal, or EOD, conducted routine training with the 8th Security Forces Squadron. The realistic scenarios prompted teamwork and problem-solving to tackle the simulated threats. Training together and learning from different units can help synchronize Airmen to respond effectively - and the EOD and SFS
  • MPOY Recap

    Congratulation to all the winners from 8th Maintenance Group's Maintenance Professional of the Year ceremony!
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