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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Airmen consider taking a wineprobe at the Sebastiani vintner’s house in Mehring, Mosel. A wineprobe occurs Thursday. “Explore the Eifel” provides Sabers an opportunity to experience local culture. For more information, call 06505-1000 or e-mail weingut-sebastiani.de. (US Air Force photo/Iris Reiff) It's not too late to take advantage of Explore the Eifel travel opportunities
Sabers will be Exploring the Eifel Tuesday through Thursday spending a few days experiencing local culture firsthand while expanding relationships with friends in nearby German communities. Base members are encouraged to attend Explore the Eifel events they signed up for at the information fair. Those who can not attend an event they sign up for
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Default Air Force Logo Volunteer opportunities available at A&FRC
The Airman and Family Readiness Center has been working to bring Sabers the most up-to-date information on volunteering in the Eifel region. They are making changes to the process and making way for new volunteer opportunities. "Our goal is to educate the community on the many volunteer opportunities available in the Eifel region," said Amy Smith,
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Default Air Force Logo Spangdahlem releases annual drinking water quality report
The 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron's Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight compiles a Consumer Confidence Report outlining the safety of base drinking water. This report is required by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Defense's Final Governing Standard-Germany. The water quality on Spangdahlem Air Base meets all federal
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Congrats Saber mountain bike team
The Varsity Mountain Bike Team has done some great things so far in the U.S. Europe Mountain Bike Championship Series. Patricia Winn recently won second place in the Women's Open category at Aviano AB, Italy, and at the toughest course of the year in Hohenfels. Her husband, John Winn, took third place in his category at Aviano AB. We currently have
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Blood donation guidelines
The Spangdahlem Air Base hosts an Armed Services Blood Program from Landstuhl  Blood Drive and a Department of Defense Bone Marror Drive July 16 at The Brick House 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  For more information, call Tech. Sgt. Kambea Chan at 452-3468 or 452-3460. You will not be able to donate blood if:*  You have a cold, flu or fever. * You have had a
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2007
Default Air Force Logo USAFE Sites Membership Program brings club membership to GSU and MUNNS
The USAFE Sites Membership Program brings club membership to GSU & MUNSS residents who want to be a part of the Air Force Club tradition, but do not have a club to call their own. Through the USAFE Sites Membership Program, members receive full member benefits at USAF Clubs worldwide at a dues rate that recognizes the uniqueness of life at a GSU or
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Default Air Force Logo Luxembourg national becomes first non US citizen inducted into the CAP
Civil Air Patrol 2nd Lieutenant Frank Schuler, a Luxembourg national, became the first non United States citizen to join the Civil Air Patrol ever. "I don't feel like I'm special at all. I'm just another member," said Lieutenant Schuler. The cadets of Spangdahlem's CAP tell a different story. "It's a real good benefit having Frank take us anywhere
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Default Air Force Logo USAFE alerts Airmen of possible information exposure
A contractor's computer server containing personal information, including names and sponsor social security numbers, was found to have inadequate security during a routine inspection. The server was used to process data from USAFE hospitals and clinics. The system is no longer in use. While there is no indication that any of the information has
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Master Sgt. Todd Nappe reviews the process for handling traffic citations June 13 at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. By using Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century, or AFSO21, Airmen in the 52nd Security Forces Squadron are working to streamline the way tickets are processsed. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jared Frey) Spangdahlem cops streamline traffic ticket processing
Spanghdahlem Air Base security forces members are using the Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st century process to help streamline their traffic citation process. Security forces Airmen fill their walls with sticky-notes, each one representing a step to process just one traffic citation. "When they are saying it takes 67 days to process one
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Retired Chief Master Sgt. Gary Pfingston, the 10th chief master sergeant of the Air Force, died of cancer June 23 in San Antonio. (U.S. Air Force photo) Chief Pfingston loses fight with cancer
Former Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Gary R. Pfingston died of cancer June 23 in San Antonio. "Today the Air Force mourns the loss of a great enlisted leader," said Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "Gary's life was a shining example of service to our nation and we will miss him greatly." Chief Pfingston was the
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