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  • Buddy Squadron is back for Osan, Republic of Korea Air Force

    The Buddy Squadron program, formerly known as Buddy Wing, has a rich history that ties both U.S. and Republic of Korea Air Forces together. The tradition dates back 20 years and is used as an opportunity to build trust, introduce new tactics and exchange ideas for pilots, maintenance technicians and

  • Identifying red flags and bringing awareness to stalking

    National Stalking Awareness Month is recognized every January in order to bring attention to the dangers and warning signs of stalking. Latoya Heard, Suicide Prevention Program Manager, Violence Prevention Integrator is hosting online virtual stalking awareness training through the month of January

  • Osan Airmen win PACAF awards

    First Lt. Nicole Velez-Rodriguez, 6th Intelligence Squadron flight commander, is awarded the National Company Grade Officers' Council (CGOC) Leader of the Quarter for her efforts in the Hispanic Osan Latino Association (HOLA) at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, January 12, 2022. Velez-Rodriguez

  • Secretary of Defense departs Osan

    51st Fighter Wing leadership bids farewell to Lloyd J. Austin III, United States Secretary of Defense, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Dec. 1, 2021.

  • 51st FSS produces multi-capable Airmen

    The 51st Force Support Squadron sent three Airmen to the 51st Civil Engineering Squadron in a 90-day exchange program designed to increase flexibility throughout the Air Force. This program was initiated in order to support General Charles Brown’s multi-capable airman initiative.

  • 51st SFS memorial ruck

    The 51st Security Forces Squadron hosted a memorial ruck march to commemorate the 13 U.S. service members that perished on duty outside of the Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan.

  • Fitting a mold not designed for me

    After intense 60-minute gym workouts, I typically return to my dorm room to judge myself. Grabbing at what little fat lingers on my stomach, overanalyzing if I’ll ever look good enough. The thought of being physically vulnerable quickly forces me to put a shirt on. Have you ever looked in the mirror