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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Tech. Sgt. Terri Elftmann, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron NCOIC Allergy/Immunization Clinic, administers an Anthrax shot March 16 at the immunization clinic here to Senior Airman Wendy Salas, 52nd Maintenance Operations Squadron information manager. The shot was Airman Salas’ fifth shot; the initial series of Anthrax shots is six. The Air Force started an anthrax vaccine immunization program for Airmen assigned to high-threat areas. Airman Salas deploys this summer. (US Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Andrea Knudson) Sabers prepare to deploy

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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Aid Society helps Airman during time of need
It must be March again, the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament, March Madness is in full swing. The Daytona 500 just finished with the anniversary of Dale Earnhardt's death. Baseball spring training started and spring arrives soon. These are all reminders that my daughter, Abby's birthday is here. Many of you know I have three
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Default Air Force Logo Former Saber attends AF Prep Academy
She just scraped by at her high school in Atlanta. She failed 50 percent of her classes her senior year; graduating at the bottom of her class in 2004. After joining the Air Force, she turned her life around and now this former 52nd Fighter Wing command post controller is attending the Air Force Academy Preparatory School with what could be the
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Default Air Force Logo New program lets Airmen speak their mind
A group of Airmen and USAF civilians are being invited to become the Air Force's Internal Communication Assessment Group, called the ICAG. Internal communication refers to how the Air Force delivers information to Airmen and USAF civilians. Senior Air Force leaders want to know Airmen's interests, opinions, and preferences on receiving Air Force
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Gen. Tom Hobbins, U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander, coins Master Sgt. Allen Orahood, 52nd Maintenance Group, while at Spangdahlem Air Base to shoot an American Forces Network commercial here March 15.  Power of Presence II

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Gen. Tom Hobbins, U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander, talks with Staff Sgt. Brandon Hoyt, American Forces Network, Detachment 9, about a commercial being filmed for AFN here March 15. Power of Presence

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Senior Master Sgt. Roger Bolish, 606th Air Control Squadron, was one of approximately 20 volunteers from the 606th ACS to wash an A-10 at Spangdahlem’s Air Park March 9.  (Photo by Staff Sgt. Daniel Heise) Squeaky clean

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Left to Right, Mikayla DeMers, Alexis Quinones, Kaitlin King and Amber Couturier fold the Spangdahlem Middle School flag. Alexis, Kaitlin and Amber are all members of Junior Troop 198. Mikayla is a member of Junior Troop 702. This year the Girl Scouts have held a crime scene investigation workshop, celebrated World Thinking Day, were involved with Operation Open Arms and more. For more information about base Girl Scout Troops, e-mail spangdahlemgirlscouts@hotmail.com. (Photo by Kimberly Shock) Honoring tradition

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, GERMANY -- Tonya Elliot bids on a cake at the Boy Scouts of America Annual Blue and Gold Awards Banquet as her children Laura and Jonathan look on, Saturday. Mrs. Elliot is the wife of Staff Sgt. Mike Elliot, 52nd Operations Support Squadron. The cakes created by Boy Scouts and their fathers were sold to the highest bidder during the Boy Scouts of America Annual Awards Banquet. (US Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tammie Moore) Boy Scouts and fathers get creative

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Default Air Force Logo Pilots return to Spangdahlem after training in Turkey
To the delight of many Sabers, the weather has been a bit warmer this week -- and with warmer weather comes the opportunity for better training and flying options for Spangdahlem's fighter squadrons. However, that is not always the case in the Eifel region, especially during Germany's winter season, so the fighter pilots must train
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