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  • Using OPSEC in the exercise environment

    As the Eielson AFB gears up for the summer exercise season, personnel are reminded that it is essential to apply solid and smart Operations Security. Though OPSEC is always vital to mission success, practicing it is especially important during up-tempo operations, such as Red Flag-Alaska and base emergency management exercises, to ensure
  • RSO&I, Foal Eagle strengthen alliance

    More than 250 Airmen and hundreds of other augmentees from the Marines, Army and Navy converged on Osan this week to participate in the 12th annual Reception, Staging, Onward-movement and Integration/Foal Eagle exercise. The exercise tests the military's ability to deploy multi-service U.S. forces to the Korean peninsula. The major goal of the
  • Commando Warrior: Best warriors in PACAF

    The accolades continue to roll in as yet another member of Team Osan wins an annual unit award. The 607th Training Flight "Commando Warrior" unit here took home the Pacific Air Forces Outstanding Security Forces Flight Award for 2006. Commando Warrior at Osan is assigned to the 607th Air Operations Group under 7th Air Force. This particular
  • OAHS hits 'grand slam' for cultural exchange

    In the movie "Field of Dreams," baseball brought a man and his father together. The power of baseball will go even further here Saturday, strengthening the bonds between two nations as Osan American High School Cougars faces the Suwon Buk School. This is the first time the Cougars will face a Korean team. As with any sport, both teams hope to win
  • Chief of Chaplains: Change is way of life in Air Force

    The Air Force chief of chaplains likens Airmen to Jack Bauer of television's "24" fame. "Just like Jack Bauer, we know trouble is out there because we're all fighting the Global War on Terror," said Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Charles Baldwin. "Every day, we accept not only the personal troubles of life, but also the responsibility of the national and
  • Andersen B-52s participate in Green Lightning exercise, Australian airshow

    Team Andersen Airmen flew to the land 'down under' this week to demonstrate the capability and flexibility of the B-52 Stratofortress bomber to our Australian partners, completing a series of scheduled Green Lightning exercise sorties at Delamere Bombing Range while also providing aerial flyovers for the Australian International Airshow 2007 in
  • Eielson unit selected for process improvement study

    Pacific Air Forces has selected the 354th Logistics Readiness Squadron to validate the new process oriented organizational structure directed by Air Staff. Eielson is one of only 12 test bases Air Force wide to be selected. This isn't the first time the service has taken new approaches to the way in which it supplies fuels, cryogenics, equipment,
  • Spouses to Teachers Expands to Pacific

    Military spouses living overseas and interested in a professional and portable teaching career now have additional assistance with the Spouses to Teachers program. Effective throughout the U.S. Pacific Command since Feb. 1, Spouses to Teachers offers resources and counseling to military spouses searching for employment in Alaska, Hawaii, Japan,