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731st Air Mobility Squadron Operating Location-Alpha
The 731st AMS/OL-A of Air Mobility Command provides Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea with contracted Air Terminal Ground Handling Services (ATGHS) for the 8th Fighter Wing's reception and deployment mission. ATGHS contractors support cargo and passenger movement for the Defense Transportation System (DTS) encompassing all U.S. Government owned or operated aircraft, U.S. sponsored Foreign Government or civil aircraft, coalition forces aircraft, commercial contract aircraft, and tendered aircraft.
Alpha Battery, 2nd Battalion, 1st Air Defense Artillery
The Alpha Battery, 2nd Battalion of the 1st Air Defense Artillery provides Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, with a continued strategic deterrence with their Patriot missile. The unit is assigned to the 35th Air Defense Artillery or "Dragon Brigade".
Area Defense Counsel
The Area Defense Counsel provides individual Air Force members independent legal representation. Airmen facing adverse administrative actions or who are suspected of committing an offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice can receive legal advice outside the chain of command. The ADC is located in building 250 and can be contacted at DSN 782-4848 or commercial at 063-470-4848.
American Forces Network - Kunsan
AFN Kunsan broadcasts news, information and entertainment on radio and television to Department of Defense service members, civilians, and their families serving on and around Kunsan Air Base in the Republic of Korea. AFN Kunsan's television and radio programming is derived largely from two sources: satellite services provided by the American Forces Radio and Television Service's Broadcast Center in Riverside, California, and locally produced programs.
Republic of Korea Air Force Capt. Sungcheol Lee, 38th Fighter Group chaplain, talks about the differences between Japanese and Korean Buddhist temples at Dongguksa Temple in Gunsan City, Republic of Korea, April 13, 2019. Lee explained that the Japanese architectural style shows wood in a more natural state, while Korean style features colorful designs on the wood. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Edwards)
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