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Master Sergeant, MSgt Stripes (Metallic).  Insignia provided by ITC(SW) MIke Purcell. 146 Sabers receive MSgt line number
Congratulations to the following Sabers who were selected for promotion to master sergeant: 23rd Fighter Squadron: Christopher Kelley 38th Munitions Maintenance Group: Troy Lee 470th Air Base Squadron: Stephen Christian, Michael Elliott, Blaine Haycock, Gary Johnson, Adam Kohnen, Jessica Slaughter, David Thibodeau and Bryant Stokes 52nd Aircraft
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Airman 1st Class Jerry "Handles" Murrell, 52nd Security Forces Squadron, attempts to slam dunk a basketball June 7 at Spandahlem AB. Fitness is everyone's personal responsibility. (US Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Slamming

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Airman 1st Class Rosalyn Frazee, a 52nd Dental Squadron dental assistant apprentice, has been named the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the Week of June 15 - 21, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tammie Moore) Top Saber Performer June 15 - 21
Airman 1st Class Rosalyn Frazee, a 52nd Dental Squadron dental assistant apprentice, has been named the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the Week of June 15 - 21, 2007. Name: Airman 1st Class Rosalyn Frazee Unit: 52nd Dental Squadron Duty title: Dental assistant apprentice Hometown: Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Years in service: One year Why
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Default Air Force Logo NATO OPEVAL: Sabers soar
The 52nd Fighter Wing participated in the much anticipated North Atlantic Treaty Organizations Operations Evaluation Inspection June 4-7. From STARTEX though ENDEX, there were 55 hours of nonstop action. An aggressive and intense training schedule involving multiple exercises over the past six months prepared the men and women throughout the 52nd
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Haylie Hamblin, a Bitburg Elementary School student, jousts while visiting “Manderscheid” during the BES volksmarch activity trail at the Bitburg Annex. The students followed a volksmarch trail around the base with nine stations representing different local cities. At the stations children read information about the town and upcoming summer events. The students also participated in relay races, suitcase relay, tug-of- war and sack races. Haylie is the daughter of Staff Sgt. Darrin Bang, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (Photo by Dr. Sue Kerns) Field day fun

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HEIDELBERG, GERMANY -- Jeremy Bigham, of the Spangdalem military community, receives the University of Maryland University College-Europe the William C. Bentley Memorial Award from university president, Dr. Susan C. Aldridge. The award was established in 1983 and is presented each year in honor of Colonel William C. Bentley, the first student to earn a UMUC degree through study in Europe. The award is presented annually to the UMUC-Europe baccalaureate graduate with the highest cumulative grade point average. Mr. Bigham is the spouse of Senior Airman Pamela Bigham, 52nd Operations Support Squadron.  (Courtesy photo) Spangdahlem graduate recognized at UMUC-Europe commencement
Sunday, May 27 marked the end of a long journey for many University of Maryland University College-Europe and Bowie State University students. Accompanied by the cheers from a crowd of almost 1,500 faculty, staff, family and friends, 240 members of the 2007 graduating class gathered in the afternoon to receive their associate's, bachelor's or
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Lock it or lose it
An increasing number of Sabers are becoming victims of larceny, the wrongful taking of another's personal goods without authorization, a statistic which is gaining the attention of base leadership. The number of reports of larceny jumped substantially to from three last May to 16 this May, a statistic that has leadership concerned. "We are very
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Life skills renamed mental health
All Air Force "life skills support centers" will be renamed "mental health clinics" effective immediately. After a poll of subject matter experts, first sergeants, command chief master sergeants and mental health patients, it was determined that the name "life skills" was confusing and did not appropriately reflect the mission of providing mental
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Local National Walter Vrzal prepares baked chicken as part of a nutritious lunch time experience at the Mosel Dining Facility here June 5, 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Come and get it

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Staff Sgt. Marcus King, 52nd Security Forces military working dog trainer, is caught by Laika, a Belgian Malinois MWD, during an aggressive training exercise as he acts like as a decoy, here May 22, 2007. Belgian Malinois In are primarily bred as a working dog for personal protection, detection, police work and sport work. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Stephanie Clark) Aggressive training

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