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VIANDEN, Luxembourg -- Chateaux Vianden, or Vianden Castle, sits atop a hill overlooking the town. The town hosted an International historical festival of the Grand-Duchy of Luxemborg Aug. 1-9, the biggest medieval festival in Luxembourg, according to the country’s tourist Web site. The festival included music, historical re-enactments, craft booths and other entertainment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Kelley J. Stewart) Vianden hosts midieval festival

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WITTLICH, Germany -- Local cooks prepare pork before serving it to visitors at the Wittlich pig festival. More than 100 pigs are roasted every year during the popular annual festival. The festival will be held Aug. 14-17. (File photo by Iris Reiff)
Pigfest to attract people from far and near
Festival season is in full swing throughout Germany. Wine festivals occur everywhere along the Mosel River and in the Eifel area. There are tourists from Holland, Belgium, England and across the world are flocking to the area to enjoy the summer here. Several federal states in Germany just started school break, and many people will explore the
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Default Air Force Logo Be vigilant during Wittlich Pig Fest
The Wittlich Saeubrennerkirmes, or pig festival, is this weekend, and many Sabers and their families will head out to enjoy this unique German festival. Demonstrators will also be on hand to protest the slaughtering of animals for the meat industry. "Save Animals" is planning a demonstration for 3 p.m. Aug. 15., the same time the town is scheduled
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Default Air Force Logo Task force aims to make Sabers ‘SAFER’
Due to increasing numbers of alcohol-related occurrences and incidents of driving under the influence of alcohol, base leadership is searching for ways to keep Sabers safe on and off the road. But, how do you prevent Airmen of all ranks from making poor decisions when under the influence of alcohol? A multitude of measures were implemented in an
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- “Michael Jackson” performs as Arianna Warner, daughter of Domeca and Staff Sgt. Damon Clark, 52nd Maintenance Group, dances during the Michael Jackson Tribute Aug. 1 at the Brick House. The tribute included a performance by a Michael Jackson impersonator, a disc jockey, coloring sheets, music videos and a dance contest.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jenifer H. Calhoun) Michael Jackson impersonator performs tribute

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Robert Marcy, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion technician, kisses his team's trophy after winning the 2009 National League Championship for intramural softball here July 30. The Component Maintenance Squadron-A  team defeated Security Forces 14-12. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nick Wilson) CMS-A team captures softball trophy

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Default Air Force Logo Sabers snag first place in Rodenbach
The Spangdahlem Saber Cycling Club teamed up with the Spangdahlem Varsity Cycling Team to compete in the fifth race of the U.S. Forces Europe Mountain Bike Championship series in Rodenbach, Germany. "Since we've started racing we've been the largest team at every event and the team that wins the most," said Hector Rodriguez Spangdahlem Saber
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Senior Airman Steven Underwood, 52nd Operation Support Squadron current intelligence analyst, pies Capt. Ryan Wood, 52nd OSS intelligence weapons officer, in the face during the OSS moral picnic July 27. Once a quarter the 52nd OSS booster club sponsors an event to bring the flights together for a day of friendly competition, food, an inflatable castle, a tug-o-war contest. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jenifer H. Calhoun) OSS picnic keeps flights together

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SPANGDAHELM AIR BASE, Germany -- Mike Kirsch, Outdoor Recreation program director, looks on as 2nd Lt. Vincent McLean, 52nd Logistics Readiness Squadron Materiel Management Flight commander and Outdoor Recreation volunteer, helps strap in a participant during a caving and rappelling daytrip in Luxembourg. After a 20-minute hike into the woods, about 25 Sabers crawled through caves and careened off cliffs and into caves while donning hard hats and harnesses. Additional Outdoor Recreation caving and rappelling trips are planned for Aug. 9 and Sept. 12. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Kathleen Polesnak) Outdoor Rec tests Sabers caving, rappelling skills

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Default Air Force Logo Stay vigilant
As a result of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack, the Air Force implemented an antiterrorism program called "Eagle Eyes," which is run by the Air Force Office of Special Investigation. Much like a neighborhood watch program, the Eagle Eyes program is an Air Force-wide watch program that educates people on observable activities and what to do if they
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