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KABKeep America Beautiful, Inc.
KABKumamoto Asahi Broadcasting (Japan)
KABKatholischen Arbeitnehmer Bewegung (German: Catholic Workers Movement)
KABKnow About Business (entrepreneurship education)
KABKeep Austin Beautiful (Austin, TX)
KABKnowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors
KABKeep Abilene Beautiful (Texas)
KABKorea Accreditation Board
KABKariba, Zimbabwe - Kariba (Airport Code)
KABKunsan Air Base (Kunsan City, Cholla-Buk Province, ROK)
KABKaerntner Abwehrkämpfer Bund (Carinthia, Austria Europe)
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Release date- 16082019 - KUNSAN AIR BASE, South Korea - The 8th Medical Group held a special pilot-oriented physical therapy class for the South Korean air force's 111th Fighter Squadron, Aug.
Camp Tango in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province, and Kunsan Air Base in North Jeolla Province.
Honeywell announced a $28M infrastructure modernization project with Kunsan Air Base, a U.S.
F-16 Fighting Falcon multi role fighters will be stationed at the Kunsan Air Base, some 180 km south of the South Korean capital, Seoul.
First up was for a yearlong short-duty-tour in lodging services at Kunsan Air Base, Korea, a seeming diversion from her path, that she treated as a chance to learn.
Jane Hwang, MD, Capt, USAF, MC, Kunsan Air Base, PSC 2 Box 205, APO, AP 96264; jane.hwang.1@us.af.mil
He previously served as officer in charge of the 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea.
He travelled throughout Europe and was deployed on a permanent basis to Kunsan Air Base in South Korea twice over seven years, including a stint as wing commander.
Wingman Charlie is just a guy with a backpack, but he's become a local hero at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea.
Meanwhile, the report called for integrating an F-16 fighting fleet at Misawa air base in Japan's Aomori Prefecture with those at Kunsan Air Base in South Korea and at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, without elaborating where to deploy such an integrated fleet.
He wanted to know if it was "legal" to transport a bus full of Airmen in the morning to the base exchange at Kunsan Air Base to replenish toiletry and clothing items destroyed during some flooding in our "tent city." He also thought the Airmen needed to recharge their batteries at Kunsan's new gym and its other morale, welfare and recreational (MWR) facilities.