COMPACAF visits Osan

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Senior Airman Davis McMillen and Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Thatcher, both members of the 51st Security Forces Squadron Town Patrol, show Gen. Lori Robinson, Pacific Air Forces commander, around the Songtan Entertainment District April 21, 2015, in Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea. Robinson was visiting the SED to learn more about the mission of Osan Air Base, ROK, which extends into the community outside the gate. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jake Barreiro/Released)
Senior Airman Davis McMillen and Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Thatcher, both members of the 51st Security Forces Squadron Town Patrol, show Gen. Lori Robinson, Pacific Air Forces commander, around the Songtan Entertainment District April 21, 2015, in Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea. Robinson was visiting the SED to learn more about the mission of Osan Air Base, ROK, which extends into the community outside the gate. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jake Barreiro/Released)

COMPACAF visits Osan

by: 51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs | .
Osan Air Base | .
published: April 25, 2015

OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Pacific Air Forces Commander Gen. Lori J. Robinson visited Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 20-22, 2015, her second visit to the base since becoming the PACAF commander.

During her visit, Robinson lunched with Airmen at the Pacific House dining facility, received a briefing from town patrol, visited the base's runway, and toured the 51st Fighter Wing headquarters, Operations Group, Medical Group, Communications Squadron, and Mustang Resiliency Center.

Robinson, who took command of PACAF in October 2014, talked to Airmen about the modern role Team Osan plays in the Korean theater. She spoke about innovative technical solutions, cost-effective problem solving and process improvement.

In her previous visit to the base, Robinson said her top priority is taking care of Airmen and their families, followed by accomplishing the mission.

On top of ensuring and encouraging Airmen to take care of themselves, their families and the mission, Robinson said it's important for her to help people understand that service is about being part of something bigger than oneself.

After departing here, Robinson continued her tour of the Korean peninsula at Kunsan AB.

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