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  • Teaching ROK forces to survive the unthinkable

    Members of the Republic of Korea army and air force joined with Wolf Pack members Tuesday near the base track to practice the unthinkable: decontaminating themselves and equipment in the event of a chemical or biological strike on them or the base. Supported by the 8th Civil Engineer Squadron readiness flight, the exercise centered on the
  • WIC Overseas benefits Airmen

    Women, Infants and Children, commonly known as WIC, is a program that helps expectant mothers or those with young children by providing some of the basic essentials that are important in the first years of a baby's life. Some of the services include providing families with information on healthy eating habits as well as providing coupons to
  • Serving it up!

  • Wounded Marine Goes Home in Style

    A Marine wounded in Iraq traveled the final leg of his journey back to his unit in style recently.Lance Cpl. Steven Eastburn, a member of 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marines, at Kaneohe Bay, arrived back in Hawaii Feb. 9 on an executive jet, after being offered a ride from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., by Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint
  • Osan remembers Battle of Bayonet Hill

    Osan held its annual Remembrance Ceremony for the Hill 180 "Battle of Bayonet Hill" Feb. 9. This year's 200-person crowd included numerous distinguished guests like Lt. Gen. David Valcourt, 8th Army commander, and Mr. Larry Lyons, from the Pacific Area Veterans of Foreign Wars. It was here 56 years ago that nine soldiers from the 27th Infantry
  • Airmen to teach English through USO

    This spring Osan will start a new program to help improve English language skills in Korean children by allowing them to spend time with Airmen in their school classrooms. Units on base will adopt a school and Airmen will have the chance to teach two Saturday classes per month for an entire semester using a program created by the United Services
  • First F-22 Raptor bound for Pacific finishes construction

    Representatives from the U.S. Air Force and Lockheed Martin gathered, Feb 12, 2007, to see and accept the Pacific Air Forces' first F-22. This latest F-22 will be among 36 others who will make up the first Raptors in the Pacific Theater assigned to PACAF at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens said that the Raptor will play
  • Street music provides taste of Black Culture

    Iceman Team members will be treated to a singularly unique art form in celebration of Black History Month at 6 p.m. tonight at the Yukon Club, as BASE 24/7 and the African American Heritage Committee host the first-ever Eielson Poetry Slam. One of the poetry slam's acts is a trio of musicians who will be performing street music with their own