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US soldiers with premature twins are evacuated from South Korean city hit hard by coronavirus

“We can see the boys as much as we want to now,” said Spc. Cody McFall, the infants' father. “That’s a blessing to me.”

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Parking problem at Osan spurs leaders to train ordinary airmen to bust violators

Originally designed as a walking base, Osan’s shopping, dining, and entertainment facilities are centralized with limited parking available. Drivers often resort to parking in spots designated for senior leaders.


Visitors get sky-high perspective of city from Seoul Sky Observatory

South Korea’s Lotte World Tower in Seoul is a 750,000-ton marvel of a building that features an enormous shopping mall, aquarium, cinema, concert hall and so many restaurants it would be a daunting task to pick one.


Wing upgrades for Korea-based Warthogs near completion, extending service into next decade

The new wings are designed to last up to 10,000 flight hours without a major inspection. The upgrade includes a new wiring harness created for easier wing removal and to reduce the chance of damaging the wing during the process.


False alarms in Japan and South Korea amid expectations of North Korean Christmas 'gift'

The first alert occurred when an alarm sounded at Camp Casey, a U.S. military base just south of the Demilitarized Zone. Then, at 12:22 a.m. Friday, Japanese state broadcaster NHK erroneously reported that a North Korean missile had landed in the sea.


Osan-Humphreys roller derby club keeps aggressive sport alive on Korean peninsula

Taking on a holiday theme, the Gingerbread Brawlers faced off on Saturday against the Candy Cane Crushers in a 60-minute matchup that put close friends at odds — but all in good fun.


Final decision: US military permanently ends curfew for troops in South Korea

Gen. Robert Abrams permanently ended the hugely unpopular 1-to-5 a.m. curfew for U.S. service members in South Korea on Tuesday after a six-month suspension proved successful.