COVID-19 Mitigation Measures The following precautionary measures will be administered until the COVID-19 public health issue is resolved. Only on-base clubs will be allowed and each club must first be pre-approved by the Mustang Community Staff. New club applications will automatically be forwarded to Ms. Alicia Butler from the Mustang Center for review and approval. Members must be 18 years of age or older to participate in a club. In addition, the size of the club will determine the size of meeting space necessary to allow for social distancing. Access to these clubs will be limited to the following personnel: DoD card holders, active duty military members, dependents (aged 18+), civilian workers with on-base access and Korean DoD employees. For questions or for more information, please contact Ms. Alicia Butler at the Mustang Community Center at DSN: 784-32123, COMM 0505-784-3123 or via e-mail at email@example.com
Play strategy board games and party games. Time/Date: 1300-1800, 1st Sunday of the month and self-organized play Location: Mustang Community Center, Bldg. 1313, Multipurpose Room Club Leader: Quinn Luong Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disable your opponent through this competitive contact sport! Time/Date: 1830, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month Location: Fitness Center Club Leader: Arderia Corbin Email: email@example.com
Learn the craft of mixing, scratching, and keeping the party going! Time/Date: 1300-1500, Saturdays Location: USO Classroom 1 Club Leader: Don Wentzel Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: 784-5165 or 010-9711-2262 Website: https://discord.gg/RP27HtD
Bring your own deck to play with friends! Time/Date: 1800, Fridays Location: Mustang Community Center, Bldg. 1313, TAP Room Club Leader: Martin Micah Email: email@example.com Facebook Page: MTG Club Osan
Take photos of picturesque scenery around Korea! Time/Date: TBD | Contact Club POC for more information Location: TBD Club Leader: Alexander Scott Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Link: Osan AB Photography Club
Build the hottest scooter on the block! Time/Date: Varies | Contact Club POC for more information Location: Auto Hobby Shop Bldg. 1214 Club Leader: Victor Valledominicci Email: email@example.com Phone Number: DSN 784-4787 Facebook Page: Osan Scooter/Moped Swap Shop
Join in on a day ride around Korea! Time/Date: Varies | Contact Club POC for more information Location: Auto Hobby Shop Bldg. 1214 Club Leader: Victor Valledominicci Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: DSN 784-4787 Facebook Page: Osan Scooter/Moped Swap Shop
Pull up a chair with your joystick! Time/Date: Bi-Monthly or self-organized play Location: Mustang Community Center, Bldg. 1313 Club Leader: Aaron Ganoy Email: email@example.com Discord Link: Bulgogi Smash House
Hike, climb, and run around trails in Korea! Time/Date: TBD Location: TBD Club Leader: TBD Email: N/A Phone Number: N/A Link: N/A
Develop the video games of the future! Time/Date: TBD Location: TBD Club Leader: N/A Email: N/A Phone Number: N/A Link: N/A
Register as an Unofficial Activity
Unofficial Activity Letter
All Club Leaders must complete the Unofficial Activity Status Memo and forward it to the Private Organization Coordinator Ms. Yuju Han via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. DSN 784-8474 | COMM 0505-784-8474
No Federal Endorsement Intended. Disclaimers All members of private organizations/unofficial activities agree to hold harmless and indemnify the United States and all DoD service components, even if the request for an insurance waiver is approved. Further, we realize that claims against the organization not limited to injury, damage, death, or destruction to property caused by negligence can impose liability on each member in the event the activity lacks insurance coverage or in the case the claim exceeds the coverage.
This is a private organization. It is not a part of the department of defense or any of its components and it has no governmental status.
*FAQs for Risk Assessment Form
Risk Assessment Form
Does every member of a club that risks some harm/danger (ex. marital arts club, motorcycle club, etc.) have to fill this out every time they have an activity or only one time for the entire club membership?
It is typically the organizational lead that will fill out the Risk Assessment form for whatever social event they may be throwing on the installation. A AF4437 will be required per event. Example, martial arts club wants to hold an event with an off-base dojo, they should fill out a AF4437 prior to that event.
What e-mail address/individual does the form go to?
The form can be emailed to the organizations/clubs as part of the process for holding events. After the preparer has filled out their part the form, it will go to our organization for review email@example.com. Or they can provide the form with the FSS events form when they need our office’s sign off. Since you oversee the organizations/clubs you can maintain the safety forms if you choose (not required). Our office will maintain a copy after the Risk Acceptance Authority has signed.
Who fills out what sections of the form (i.e. the POC of the club, the Safety Office, the individual participant, a mixture of these)?
Instructions for completing the worksheet click the “Show/Hide Help” button at the top left of the form. Anyone apart of the organization or club can act as the preparer. If they have questions on how to fill out their portion of the AF4437 they may also contact the Safety Office at DSN 784-1842. Depending on the event can determine who the RA Authority is, for example, CE wants to host a Cookout/Workout event on the base to raise money. Their RA could be their CE Commander. This is the person that would except the risk of the event. However, a base wide organization throwing a base-wide event may require the backing of the Wing CC as the RA. If needed, we can advise who should be selected as RA.
What happens if a member of a club doesn’t sign it?
4. If the AF4437 was not completed for an event that it is needed, we would not sign off on their event. This could hinder their event approval with the base FSS office. This is typically corrected by the org/clubs. Most organizations are unaware they need to fill one out.