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  • Wolf Pack refuels, trains over Korea

    U.S Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 8th Fighter Wing receive fuel from a U.S. Air Force KC-46A Pegasus from the 931st Air Refueling Wing as they fly over the Republic of Korea, Oct. 23, 2020. The KC-46A Pegasus represents the beginning of a new era in aerial refueling, providing vital

  • “Dirt Boys” keep the base running smoothly

    Whether it’s a blanket of snow covering the roads or a crack in the flight line’s concrete, keeping the roadways functional is crucial for the Wolf Pack. Swinging sledge hammers, operating heavy construction vehicles and jack hammering in the elements, the “Dirt Boys”, as they are affectionately

  • Hardened aircraft shelters constructed at Kunsan

    Col. Christopher “Wolf” Hammond, 8th Fighter Wing commander, along with leadership from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of the Far East District (USACE of the FED), and Republic of Korean Air Force representatives conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the completion of construction of new

  • 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit provides air power

    Maintainers assigned to the 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit prepare F-16 Fighting Falcons for flight at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, July 12, 2020. The maintainers’ key responsibility is to inspect, maintain and repair mechanical and electrical components of the F-16s before and after flight.

  • Quality Assurance keeps Wolf Pack safe

    The 8th Maintenance Group quality assurance flight evaluates all aspects of maintenance performed by flightline and back shop personnel to ensure standards meet Air Force Instruction guidance. The quality assurance flight at Kunsan Air Base focuses on the safety of Wolf Pack personnel by checking

  • Wolf Pack pharmacy: the first line of defense

    The Airmen assigned to the 8th Medical Group clinic pharmacy are helping to ensure the Wolf Pack is fit to fight by supporting more than 2,500 military personnel at Kunsan Air Base.

  • EOD Airmen maintain readiness

    The 8th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight conducted routine land mine detection training at Kunsan Air Base, April 28. EOD technicians perform explosive ordnance disposal operations by locating, identifying, disarming and disposing of a wide range of hazards to include

  • Kunsan Safety: Leading through hazards

    The 8th Fighter Wing safety office helps commanders deter complacency and preserve personnel, equipment and resources while maintaining combat readiness and proficiency.