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Default Air Force Logo Sabers await IEA decision
Weeks from now, the winner for the Installation Excellence and Special Recognition Awards will be announced naming either Spangdahlem Air Base or Travis Air Force Base, Calif., the victor. No matter the outcome, according to Installation Excellence Award Selection Board team lead Maj. Gen. Anita Gallentine and 52nd Fighter Wing Commander Col.
0 2/01
2011
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Airman Ashley N. Brown, 52nd Medical Support Squadron laboratory technician, is the Super Saber Performer for the week of Jan. 28 – Feb. 3. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Nick Wilson) Super Saber Performer
Name: Airman Ashley N. BrownUnit: 52nd Medical Support SquadronDuty title: Laboratory technicianHometown: Byron, Ga.Years in Service: Two yearsWhy joined: It is a family tradition.Family: My mom and retired Air-Force father are in Georgia, and my sister is attending college.Hobbies: Basketball and reading Favorite aspect of job: Working to help
0 1/31
2011
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany- Airman 1st Class Kristen Deming, 52nd Comptroller Squadron customer service technician, and Staff Sgt. Holly Parkman, 52nd Comptroller Squadron relocation technician, brief Col. Timothy Fay, Installation Excellence Selection Board member and 2nd Bomber Wing commander from Barksdale Air Force Base, La., on comptrollers and their roll here Jan. 26. The IEA selection board started their two-day evaluation of Spangdahlem Air Base and its award package Jan. 25. Spangdahlem AB is competing against Travis Air Force Base, Calif., for $1 million to improve quality of life. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Brittney Frees) IEA: Day two complete

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2011
Default Air Force Logo Counting down to IEA visit
In less than three weeks, Spangdahlem AB will host the Installation Excellence Selection Board. The board's members will conduct a two-day visit to determine the Air Force's Installation Excellence and Special Recognition Award winners. Spangdahlem AB is competing against Travis Air Force Base, Calif., for this year's IEA. The base that wins will
0 1/07
2011
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Ryan Merrill, 480th Aircraft Maintenance Unit dedicated crew chief, uses a wrench to remove a nut on an F-16 Fighting Falcon during a “cannibalization bird” process Dec. 30. The can-bird process is a maintenance process in which one aircraft is taken apart to supply mission capable parts that will be used by remaining aircraft in the fleet. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson) Cann-bird: sacrificing one for the good of many

0 12/30
2010
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Jamarlon Waller, left, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron, NCO in charge of ambulance services, treats a moulage victim with scratches during an exercise Oct. 12. The exercise evaluated the wing’s ability to respond to a major accident involving mass casualties. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson) MARE

0 10/14
2010
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
0 4/27
2010
Default Air Force Logo F-16 drawdown to begin
Six F-16 Fighting Falcons will depart Spangdahlem Air Base April 27, the first step for the 52nd Fighter Wing in the Combat Air Forces Restructuring plan that is expected to save the Air Force approximately $355 million in fiscal year 2010 and $3.5 billion during the next five fiscal years.An additional six aircraft are scheduled to depart the base
0 4/26
2010
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
0 4/16
2010
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Col. Anderson, 52nd Fighter Wing vice commander, taxis an A-10 Thunderbolt II under an arch of water provided by the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron fire department after completing his final flight here April 8. Colonel Anderson accumulated more than 1,800 career flying hours. His next assignment is U.S. Senior National Representative, Air Component Command Headquarters, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Nick Wilson) Vice commander completes fini-flight

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2010
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