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SENIOR AIRMAN (SrA) Tanya M. Brown 51st Mission Support Squadron (MSS) tries the hat dance during the performance of the Seoul Performing Arts Company at Osan Air Base, Republic of South Korea. In combined celebration of America's Independence Day and the 40th anniversary of the Republic of Korea Air Force Operations Command, the Seoul Performing Arts Company performed for the Osan Air base community. The show featured fan dances, traditional dances, percussion instruments, musicals and more. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Seoul Performing Arts Company has played an active role in bringing the uniqueness of Korean culture and arts to the rest of the world. The group...

SENIOR AIRMAN (SrA) Tanya M. Brown 51st Mission Support Squadron (MSS) tries the hat dance during the performance of the Seoul Performing Arts Company at Osan Air Base, Republic of South Korea. In combined celebration of America's Independence Day and the 40th anniversary of the Republic of Korea Air Force Operations Command, the Seoul Performing Arts Company performed for the Osan Air base community. The show featured fan dances, traditional dances, percussion instruments, musicals and more. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Seoul Performing Arts Company has played an active role in bringing the uniqueness of Korean culture and arts to the rest of the world. The group...

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[Complete] Scene Caption: Senior Airman (SrA) Tanya M. Brown 51st Mission Support Squadron (MSS) tries the hat dance during the performance of the Seoul Performing Arts Company at Osan Air Base, Republic of South Korea. In combined celebration of America's Independence Day and the 40th anniversary of the Republic of Korea Air Force Operations Command, the Seoul Performing Arts Company performed for the Osan Air base community. The show featured fan dances, traditional dances, percussion instruments, musicals and more. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Seoul Performing Arts Company has played an active role in bringing the uniqueness of Korean culture and arts to the rest of the world. The group was founded in 1986 and has held more than 800 performances to an audience of over three million people in Korea, the United States, Canada, China and Japan.

Base: Osan Air Base

Country: Republic Of Korea (KOR)

Scene Major Command Shown: PACAF

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT George F. Thompson Jr, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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03/07/2001
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