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Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Aldridge, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron, receives a visit at work from her husband Jon and their children Emma, 2, and Violet, 1. (US Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Andrea Knudson)
Sabers take care of one another during in time of crisis
It was probably going to be a typical Saturday morning at the Aldridge household. With four kids in the house, one might expect that to entail cartoons and cereal. Instead, an Airman found herself in the middle of a family crisis when she discovered her husband lying on the floor. At approximately 8:30 a.m. Jan. 20, Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Aldridge,
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2007
Col. Volodymyr Voldov, Ukrainian armed forces logistics officer, tours the 52nd Logistics Readiness Squadron supply warehouse. (US Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephanie Sawyer) Sabers share expertise with Ukrainian officers
Four Ukrainian armed forces logistics officers traveled to Spangdahlem Air Base Jan. 29 through Feb. 2 to learn about U.S. and NATO standards of aviation logistics operations. During their five-day visit, the Ukrainian officers received several in-depth briefings from members of the base which covered areas as broad as the 52nd Logistics Readiness
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2007
Chief Master Sgt. Marc Rodriguez, 52nd Mission Support Group, right, shakes hands with retired Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Sam Parish during a Chief’s Recognition Ceremony at Club Eifel Saturday. (US Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kristin Ruleau) 8th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force visits Spang for chief induction ceremony
The eighth chief master sergeant of the Air Force was among those congratulating seven chief master sergeant selectees during a chiefs' recognition ceremony here Jan. 20. Retired Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Sam E. Parish was the guest speaker at the event. "It is a good hard, tough mission that you have here and you have unbelievable people
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Retrospective: Sabers accomplished much in 2006
The 52nd Fighter Wing met wing mission goals in-garrison as well as remained vigilant in support of contingencies over the past year. In 2006, Sabers tackled deployments, exercises and hosted large-scale events, all the while being constantly ready to project superior combat power. In the first part of the year, the Secretary of the Air Force,
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2006
Tech. Sgt. 
Jennifer Burch Five EOD troops recieve Bronze Star Medals for actions downrange
Five Airmen from the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordinance Device Flight were presented Bronze Star Medals for their performances supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. "Tech. Sgts. Jennifer Burch, Josh Gidcumb, Master Sgt. Danton Humphries, Senior Master Sgts. Dale Moser and Shawn Witten joined the ranks of Airmen who have earned Bronze
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Steps to detect breast cancer, build awareness
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women. There is also, a one in eight chance that a woman will be diagnosed during her lifetime. Screening mammography provides women with the best opportunity for early breast cancer detection. There are several steps that are recommended to
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Sabers hone deployment skills
The 52nd Fighter Wing wrapped up Saber Crown 07-01 Oct. 5, a wing-level deployment exercise that highlighted and challenged Sabers on some of the critical skills they need to remain proficient at as they go about their daily missions. This was the first exercise after the normally heavy permanent change of station moves that take place over the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Deployed Saber Airman passes refueling milestone pumping 1,625,431 gallons of JP8
SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Historical records are often used to measure a person's success in any given field. These benchmarks often become the goals for those who seek to obtain elite status by being known as the best in their chosen profession. One record that is probably not listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, but is important to the success
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Life support technicians keep pilots safe
MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU AIR BASE, Romania -- Five life support technicians with the 22nd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron work split shifts to ensure the equipment entrusted to their team is in stellar condition for the pilots and their mission. More than 270 Airmen were here Aug. 8-25, supporting the 22nd EFS in Exercise Viper Lance 2006, an air-to-air
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2006
Default Air Force Logo A-10s surge for offensive
BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan -- Six U.S. and Coalition troops peer out from a remote position on a ridge top in Afghanistan. At sunset on the third day of their vigil, a large force of Taliban extremists carrying heavy machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades surround and pin down the team. By design, an Air Force joint tactical air controller is
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2006
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