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Default Air Force Logo Osan sim center: Ultimate "gaming" spot for peninsula warfighters
When it comes to real-world simulations and war-gaming scenarios, the Korea Air Simulation Center here plays full force in military gaming technology. The KASC's mission is to provide realistic, simulation-driven training and exercise events, which are integrated with the actual wartime C4I systems, databases and processes. It provides exercise
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2011
Staff Sgt. Craig Leblanc stands with U.S. Navy veteran, Everett Swanson, a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Courtesy photo) MTI's road trip swings through Cooperstown
For one military training instructor here, honoring U.S. veterans and meeting with baseball heroes along a near month-long trek to Ground Zero was an experience he will not soon forget.Staff Sgt. Craig LeBlanc, assigned to the 331st Training Squadron, was selected as one of several military ambassadors for the "Heroes of the Diamond" club, a
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2011
Capt Christian Castro, 386th ELRS, Army Maj Bryan Friberg,  , Army Ch (Col) Ronald Huffman, Army Master Sgt Thomas Watson, and Army Staff Sgt Franklin Holloway move blankets from a CONNEX to a container to transport to local villagers in Iraq and Afghanistan in support of Operation “Woobie” (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt Greta Lewis) Operation 'Woobie' is comforter for local villages
 In an effort to give back, increase community relations and recycle, deployed service members from across the area of responsibility have melded together to make a strictly volunteer mission, Operation "Woobie," a success. "'Woobie' is an old-fashioned military term used for blankets or items of comfort," said Army Maj. Bryan Friberg, the officer
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2011
Airman 1st Class Arturo Nunez, 86th Communications Squadron knowledge operator, and Harald Jacubeit, 86th CS records advisor, recently competed in “Bornem”, Belguim’s annual Dodentocht-Kadee (tour of death). Jacubeit challenged Nunez to the annual 62 mile hike which Nunez completed in 21 hours and seven minutes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brea Miller) Airman becomes Belgian Hero, completes Tour of Death
The sound of the finish line could be heard from a half a mile through the deafening throbbing of shin splints, swollen feet and tight ankles. "When I heard the drums and people cheering at the finish line I knew that I made it," said Airman 1st Class Arturo Nunez, an 86th Communications Squadron knowledge operator here. With only 100 yards left of
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2011
Master Sgt. Tracy Bailey cleans a dog tag at the personal effects section of the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations Center at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Feb. 25. It’s Bailey’s job to clean the personal belongings that arrive with a fallen servicemember’s remains. The belongings are then returned to family members. (U.S. Air Force photo)  
Mortuary committed to honoring fallen heroes
It's been a week since 30 fallen heroes were given the dignity, honor and respect they deserve that Tuesday afternoon Aug. 9, at a dignified transfer. Those Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen died Aug. 6 in Wardak province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when their CH-47 Chinook helicopter crashed. That evening, three more fallen heroes arrived here for
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2011
Air Force Staff Sgt. Carlos Meza, 298th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion medical services technician, inserts an intravenous needle into his patient's arm during his weekly medical refresher training at Shindand Air Base, Afghanistan, Aug. 6, 2011. Meza is a joint expeditionary tasking, or JET, Airman deployed to Afghanistan and is attached to the Army's 298th CSSB in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The JET mission is a high visibility program that makes up just five percent of all Air Force deployments and provides combat mission ready Airmen to Army combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Master Sgt. William Greer) Deployed medics care for, bond with Soldiers
When Soldiers go on missions outside the wire, they are susceptible to any number of threats, ranging from extreme weather conditions and rocks being thrown at them, to small-arms fire and roadside bombs. Having well trained medical professionals attached to Army units ensures a quick response in the event a Soldier is wounded and in need of
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2011
Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s Old Guard lead the horse-drawn caisson Aug. 12, 2011, carrying the casket of retired Col. John Carey to his final resting place in Arlington National Cemetery.  Following the caisson were members of the Air Force Honor Guard and Ceremonial Brass Band, and his family, friends and fellow Airmen who came to pay their final respects.  (Courtesy photo/Jerry Hughes) Decorated WWII, Korean War aviator, pioneer given Air Force full-honor funeral
One of the Air Force's most decorated fighter pilots was laid to rest Aug. 12 with full military honors including a missing man formation flown by four F-15E Strike Eagles from the 391st Fighter Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, the very squadron he commanded years ago when he flew four sorties over the beaches on D-Day in 1944.
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2011
Members of Team Lajes led by Col. Jose Rivera, 65th Air Base Wing commander, greet Master Sgt. Nikki Drago, 65th Security Force Squadron defender, during a “warrior-welcome” held for Sergeant Drago and his family at the Top of the Rock Club’s entrance Aug. 11, 2011.  Sergeant Drago returned to Lajes after a seven-month deployment to the Transit Center at Manas, Kyrgyzstan.  (Photo by Staff Sgt. Olufemi Owolabi) Airman surprises family after deployment
Aug. 4 began like every other day for Melissa Drago, the spouse of a 65th Security Forces Squadron deployed defender. After a long hike, which took almost all day, she planned to go to the airport to welcome the "Tibbals" family.As the 65th SFS key spouse, welcoming a new family to Lajes is a crucial tradition for Melissa, so she had to make
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2011
Master Sgt. Collin Baulch carries a box of donated food into the Community Interfaith Food Pantry in Belleville Ill., Aug. 5, 2011. The pantry is receiving donated items from people at nearby Scott Air Force Base during August as part of the Department of Defense “Feds Feeds Families” campaign. Food banks across the country are facing severe shortages of non-perishable items while children are left without school nutrition programs in the summer months. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade) 'Feds Feed Families' campaign benefits local food pantry
His eyes glisten with tears when he begins to talk about how appreciative families using the Community Interfaith Food Pantry are for the food people at nearby Scott Air Force Base are donating this August."Whatever you donate here is going to help the needy families in the area," said retired Chief Master Sgt., Jerry Messick, the food pantry
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2011
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Tech. Sgt. Matthew Teets, the NCO in charge of Kunsan’s chapel, carries religious items through the sanctuary Aug. 4 to set up at the altar. In addition to their own faith, chaplain assistants are trained on religious pluralism -- a basic understanding of the world's major religions, including Christianity, Catholicism, Judaism, Islam and Buddhism. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Sonny Cohrs) Chaplain assistants play vital role in religious accommodation
On any given Sunday, you can find chaplain assistants setting up the base chapel for service; however, the enlisted force of the chaplain corps does much more on a daily basis. "We partner with chaplains for religious program planning," said Tech. Sgt. Matthew Teets, the NCO in charge of Kunsan Air Base's chapel. "We partner with them to help
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2011
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