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Default Air Force Logo Tier II to host Saber Endurance Challenge
The Tier II organization will host a Saber Endurance Challenge June 3 to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Landstuhl, Germany. The challenge is designed to test both physical and mental fitness, strength, stamina and determination for teams competing in the event."This event is a great for people to
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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Sam Castro and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jerry Smalley, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center lab technicians, package and file blood bags during the Spangdahlem Blood Drive here May 18. The Armed Forces Blood Drive is a worldwide joint operation organized by the Armed Services Blood Program to collect, process, store, distribute and transfuse blood to many different locations across the globe. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Davis) Sabers give gift of life

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SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Volunteers install a section of the new skate park here April 9. The park includes a mini half-pipe, a quarter-pipe and a grind box. The skate park is located next to the teen center in the Spangdahlem housing area. (Courtesy photo) Boarders on base have new home
In an effort to boost morale, Airmen around the base, along with the Spangdahlem Outdoor Recreation staff, volunteered their time to build a new skate park in the Spangdahlem housing area."It has taken a couple of years, but finally we have a new park that anyone on the base can use for recreation," Outdoor Recreation Director Jeffrey Heagerty
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Default Air Force Logo Town hall clarifies options for GLH residents
The 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Housing Office held a town hall meeting Feb. 23 in the Eifel Conference Center to explain options, answer questions and offer any other help to government-leased housing residents in Binsfeld and Speicher as termination of some local housing contracts will finalize in September.More than 100 active-duty military
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Default Air Force Logo Spangdahlem Airmen to gain access to vision correction
For years, the Spangdahlem Air Base Optometry Flight has been reluctant to offer refractive surgery opportunities for servicemembers stationed here; but a recent change in operations is opening the door for Airmen interested in improving their eyesight.In January, the optometry clinic began seeing patients wishing to be considered for the U.S. Air
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Default Air Force Logo National Children’s Dental Health Month begins
February is National Children's Dental Health Month. The American Dental Association promotes this year's program with the slogan, "A Healthy Smile? It's easy to find." Help children maintain healthy teeth and gums by encouraging them to limit sugary snacks, brush teeth at least twice per day and floss at least once per day. It is also encouraged
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Default Air Force Logo FVAP accepting entries for poster, slogan contest
For the first time ever, the Federal Voting Assistance Program is opening its biennial voting poster and slogan contests to U.S. citizens worldwide using to facilitate the process. The FVAP Slogan Contest asks for slogan ideas that inspire members of the military, their families and U.S. citizens residing overseas to start or continue
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Default Air Force Logo Heed barbecue grill safety for safe summer cook-outs
With warmer weather just around the corner, people will soon be seen outside cooking with charcoal or propane gas grills. While it's a nice way to enjoy a summer afternoon, there are also some precautions grillers should heed to have a safe barbecue.From 2003-2006, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 7,900 home fires involving grills,
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Default Air Force Logo INFOCON aids in protecting vital info
Cyberspace is the newest frontier filled with opportunities and challenges, representing the latest domain the U.S. military is entrusted with defending. One of the means we use to standardize defense of cyberspace is through actions that reflect changes in our information operations condition, or INFOCON. Changes in INFOCON come about when threat
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Default Air Force Logo Awareness month sheds light on STD testing, prevention
The old cliché that what you see is what you get is not always the case. With sexual relationships, what you can't see can actually harm your body, which is the basis for Sexually Transmitted Disease Awareness Month in April. Throughout the month, emphasis is placed on ensuring people have the facts to protect themselves and their partners, as well
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