A recent policy change will enable active-duty military couples to serve concurrently at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea. The policy change allows members to serve 12-month unaccompanied tours simultaneously with their military spouses. Airmen approved for concurrent assignments to Kunsan AB will still get short tour credit and are eligible to apply for a follow-on assignment. Enlisted members interested in join spouse assignments to Kunsan AB should update their preference in the virtual MPF, using the join spouse code "A." Officers will communicate their assignment preferences via the Airman Development Plan. Kunsan AB is still a dependent-restricted location, so members will not be able to bring their non-military dependent family members. For more information about Air Force personnel programs, visit the myPers website.
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