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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Troy Margie Quicanopalacios, 52nd Medical Support Squadron, and 1st Lt. Rommel Rommel Villanueva, 606th Air Control Squadron, learn about the masters programs offered by the University of Oklahoma at an education fair Aug. 3. (US Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tammie Moore) Continuing education

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Staff Sgt. Rebecca Ludemann, air traffic controll watch supervior from the 52nd Operational Support Squadron, has been named the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the week of Aug. 3 - 9. (US Air Force photo/Capt. Kevin Coffman) Top Saber Performer 3 - 9
Staff Sgt. Rebecca Ludemann, air traffic controll watch supervior from the 52nd Operational Support Squadron, has been named the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the week of Aug. 3 - 9. Name: Staff Sgt. Rebecca Ludemann Unit: 52nd Operational Support Squadron Duty title: Air traffic control watch supervisor and 52nd Operations Group
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SPANGDAHELM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Michael Nurse, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, adjusts the heat for a dish he is preparing during the Spangdahlem Air Base Iron Chef competition. The scores were very close, but in the end, Sergeant Ireland captured the Iron Chef title. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Spang holds first of many Iron Chef competitions
Spangdahlem Air Base's Services Squadron held the first of many Iron Chef competitions July 25 at the Mosel Dining Hall. Much like the television show, Iron Chef on the Food Network, the chefs were given a time limit of two hours to create a minimum of two entrees from a bag of unknown ingredients. All ingredients had to be used in some way. The
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SPANGDAHELM AIR BASE, Germany -- The Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team, stationed out of Bolling Air Force Base, Washington DC, perform at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, Aug. 2. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Air Force Honor Guard dazzles Sabers
Air Force Honor Guard performed before a captivated audience at Spangdahlem Air Base Aug. 2. The team executed flawless maneuvers with a standard M-14 rifles with fixed bayonets in close proximity to one another; their hours of training and dedication to perfecting their skill was apparent. Staff Sgt. Theodore Miller, Air Force Honor Guard
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Default Air Force Logo Volunteers ‘VITA-ly’ important at tax center
Volunteers 'VITA-ly' important at tax center By Melissa Barlow 52nd Fighter Wing Legal Office/Tax Center While tax season may seem eons away to most taxpayers, the Spangdahlem Tax Center is preparing for the rush that will inevitably begin at the end of January. One of the most vital resources to a successful Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Airman 1st Class Stan Franch, 81st Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, performs his after flight checks upon his landing at Spangdahlem Air Base Aug. 1. Members of the 81st Fighter Squadron and AMU traveled to Lakenheath when the Spangdahlem AB runway closed in June for repairs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) 81st FS, 81st AMU Airmen return to Spangdahlem
After eight weeks away from their home station, approximately 240 Airmen from the 81st Fighter Squadron and 81st Aircraft Maintenance Unit returned to Spangdahlem Air Base. The Spangdahlelm Warthogs, pilots and support Airmen left for Royal Air Force Lakenheath in England in June when the base's runway was closed for repairs. Buses full of
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Harry Heidgen, 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, treats Airman Basic Lindsey Keene, 52nd Services Squadron, who played an injured Airman during a simulated C-17 crash at Oberweis near Bitburg Annex. The emergency management exercise was designed to test the 52nd Fighter Wing emergency response capability. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. George King) Sabers respond

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Members of the Eifel Sharks swim team take a moment to pose for a group photo at their Divisional Championships. The team has been around for 20 years and is a part of the European Forces Swim League. The Eifel Sharks swim team is looking for childe ages six to 18 who can swim 25 meters to join their ranks for the upcoming season. (Courtesy photo) Eifel Sharks prepare for new season, members
The Eifel Sharks swim team is looking for childe ages six to 18 who can swim 25 meters to join their ranks for the upcoming season. The team has been around for 20 years and is a part of the European Forces Swim League, an organization that provides a program of competitive swimming and a healthy environment in which children can grow emotionally
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Default Air Force Logo Airmen receive Article 15, UCMJ punishments
During the month of June, six Spangdahlem Airmen received non-judicial punishment under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: · A senior airman assigned to the 704th Munitions Support Squadron violated Article 92 by wrongfully using his Government Travel Card and Article 107 for making a false official statement. The commander imposed
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Default Air Force Logo Sabers excel in bodybuilding championship
Three Saber bodybuilders led the pack at the 2007 Army Invitational Bodybuilding Championship at Wiesbaden Army Garrison, Germany July 7. All three won their respective weight classes with one Saber taking the Overall Champion trophy home. "Although a small competition, some of the toughest in Europe showed up," said Troy Saunders, competitive body
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