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  • Air Force Aerial Porters and Logistics Readiness Airmen team up to save lives

    As the chaplain to the 732nd Air Expeditionary Group, it's my job to visit to the Air Force "In Lieu Of " (ILO) Airmen serving in Army positions around Iraq. Along the way, I visit other Airmen including the heroes of the 332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Aerial Port Detachments. These men and women load and unload cargo on aircraft.
  • Groups continue PBD-720 mergers

    Kunsan squadrons are merging their commander's support staff as part of Air Force Smart Operations-21 initiatives to overcome manning cuts directed by Presidential Budget Directive, or PBD-720.   Squadrons across the 8th Fighter Wing, under the planned cuts, are merging, and in some cases, have merged their collective information managers and
  • F-22 Raptors end deployment to Pacific

    After almost three months in the Pacific, ten F-22s departed here May 10 upon completion of the first overseas deployment for the Air Force's newest air supremacy aircraft. Two aircraft were delayed due to maintenance and are scheduled to depart within a couple of days. The 12 Raptors arrived in February as part of a regularly scheduled U.S.
  • Kunsan Airman found dead identified

    An Airman found dead in his dorm room May 8 has been identified.   Tech. Sgt. Michael Cook, 8th Communications Squadron, was found by members of his unit after he failed to report to duty the morning of May 8.   The active-duty non-commissioned officer's death is currently under investigation. Members of the 8th Security Forces Squadron and the Air
  • 'Combat Shield' helps Wolf Pack reinforce electronic warfare capabilities

    The 8th Fighter Wing "Wolf Pack" initiated Combat Shield May 7 as part of the wing's ability to maintain a constant deterrent against North Korean aggression.  Combat Shield, an electronic warfare assessment program hosted by the 53rd Electronic Warfare Group, based at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., primarily assists wing commanders in determining a
  • Clean-up Day

  • Telling the Air Force story live on radio--Airmen in the Fight!

    Pacific Air Force Airmen are sharing the Air Force story on one of Hawaii's most popular radio stations throughout this month. May is Hawaii Military Appreciation Month and KHVH (AM 830) is featuring the military on radio spots and live interviews with the Air Force leading the other services in terms of numbers of interviews conducted. Voices of
  • Airmen get a 'Head Start' on Korean culture

    In an effort to give Airmen here a better understanding of Koreans and their culture, 7th Air Force is sending Team Osan members to Pyeongtaek University, in Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea. As part of the 8th Army Head Start Program, Airmen attend classes at the university's foreign department that focus on Korean language, culture, politics and