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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Airman 1st Class Jose De La Torre, 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight, shows Hunter Marketto, 9, son of Tech. Sgt. Erik Marketto, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron, the EOD’s robot that is used remotely for search and manipulation where explosives may be present.  (US Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Emily Moore) Hunter and EOD's Robot

0 5/07
2007
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Yvonne Garza, far right, and her son, John, 2, played with giant bubbles during the Month of the Military Child Block Party at the fitness center April 28. Several parents and more than 500 kids attended. A variety of events were offered, a fishing booth, temporary tattoos, arts and crafts, a bouncy castle, and more. The Green Knights Motorcycle Club sponsored a bicycle rodeo and inspected many of the kids bikes for safety. The Health and Wellness Center staff also held several fitness events for the kids. Additional activities included a magician and cheerleader performance. The 52nd Dental Squadron hosted a dental awareness booth, and students participating in the National History competition in June hosted a display of their winning projects. (US Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Emily Moore) Celebrating the Month of the Military Child

0 5/07
2007
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Trevor Ridout, 7, son of Staff Sgt. Brandon Ridout, 52nd Communications Squadron, gave the firefighters of the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron a break when he “took over” as driver during the block party. (US Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Emily Moore) Trevor is a Firefighter!

0 5/07
2007
SPANGDAHLEM  AIR BASE, GERMANY-- Air Mobility Command Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Barron talks with Tech. Sgt. Michael Wolcott, 52nd Fighter Wing safety office, before taking a ride with him on Spangdahlem’s new Saber Driving Course April 26. Chief Barron visited Spangdahlem for two days during a recent U.S. Air Forces in Europe trip. Initially, the Saber Driving Course training will be available to First Term Airman Center students age 26 years and younger. For more information on the Saber Driving Course, call the safety office at 452-7233. (US Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Tearin’ it up

0 5/04
2007
Default Air Force Logo Fly Space-A from Spang
Space A travel is a way for military members and their dependants, as well as retirees to fly for free or at an extremely reduced rate. Space A is inexpensive because it allows service members to utilize empty seats on military aircraft to provide a benefit to military members and their families. Selection for seats on aircraft is based on
0 5/04
2007
Staff Sgt. Robert Prim, 52nd Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, and his male working dog, Judy, attended the opening of Spangdahlem’s new veterinarian clinic April 27. Photo by Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark. New vet clinic opens at Spang
The Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic held its grand opening April 27. The grand opening was commemorated by a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house at its new home in building 559. "Moving the veterinary clinic to the base will offer Sabers better availability to our services," said Capt. Stephanie Fonseca, 64th Medical Detachment veterinary services
0 5/04
2007
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Master Sgt. Andre Tolliver and Airman 1st Class Brandi Clemons, both from the 52nd Services Squadron,  put the final touches on their cherry ice cream turnovers during the Iron Chef competition test run at the Mosel Dining Facility. (US Air Force photo/Senior Airman Josie Kemp) 52nd Services Squadron, put the final touches on their cherry ice cream turnovers

0 5/01
2007
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Plates of lobster alfredo and grilled tenderloin prepared by members of the 52nd Services Squadron Mosel Dining Facility staff await judging during a test run of the Iron Chef competition. (US Air Force photo/Senior Airman Josie Kemp). Plates of lobster alfredo and grilled tenderloin

0 5/01
2007
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY --  Lobster and mushrooms sit ready for use during the test run of the Iron Chef competition. The Iron Chef competition a new ongoing event hosted by the 52nd SVS gives four Airmen the opportunity to show what they can do in the kitchen.  Contestants are provided a surprise supply of ingredients and limited time to see who can create the tastiest, unique and well presented dish.  (US Air Force photo/Senior Airman Josie Kemp) Lobster and mushrooms

0 4/30
2007
Default Air Force Logo Ready set cook, 52nd SVS hosts Iron Chef contest
Airmen at Spangdahlem Air Base can put their culinary skills to the test competing head to head for the title of base Iron Chef. The Iron Chef competition, a new ongoing event hosted by the 52nd Services Squadron Mosel Dining Facility, gives three Airmen the opportunity to show what they can do in the kitchen. Contestants are provided a surprise
0 4/30
2007
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