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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kyle Watson, 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion journeyman from Sanford, N.C., installs stage-one fan blades on an F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft engine, March 18, 2014, at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. On average it takes up to four hours to remove, repair and reinstall the engine blades.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano/Released) Saber units get the point: 52nd Component Maintenance Squadron
The 52nd Fighter Wing has more than 30 units assigned, working day in and day out to fulfill the mission of defending American and allied interests while building partnership capacity. Throughout the year, 52nd FW Public Affairs will spotlight each of the wing's units, as together they serve a critical role in fulfilling this mission. This week's
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Default Air Force Logo FSS keeps Airmen in the know with TSGLI, SGLI
One of the largest known benefits for military members is the Service Members' Group Life Insurance, or SGLI, but lesser known is the TSGLI. The Traumatic Injury Protection under the Service Members' Group Life Insurance program is an additional coverage to SGLI. The TSGLI rider provides payment to service members who are severely injured on or off
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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jeff Current, 52nd Maintenance Group maintenance operations F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft maintenance instructor and NCO in charge of instruction, briefs a class of Airmen responsible for fueling aircraft on the flightline at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, March 10, 2014. The 52nd Fighter Wing is currently the only wing that employs just one fighter squadron, meaning every aircraft in the fleet must be flight ready at all times. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexis Siekert/Released) Maintenance Operations: Forward thinking, working for tomorrow
"You only know you need us when something goes wrong."This is how Master Sgt. Jennifer Nightingale, 52nd Maintenance Operations superintendant explains her unit.Maintenance operations, under the 52nd Maintenance Group, coordinates and provides accurate aircraft status to leadership through precise coordination of all flightline aircraft maintenance
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher Garcia, a 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron non-destructive inspection apprentice from Tucson, Ariz., inspects a training part March 7, 2014, at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. Airmen of the NDI lab train continuously to stay proficient at detecting small cracks in aircraft parts.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Rusty Frank/Released) NDI Lab Airmen Light up Aircraft Parts

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Default Air Force Logo 'Man's best friend'
As more guests and his fellow canines entered the Brick House, military working dog Robson, affectionately known as "Robbie," looks around with growing excitement. One of the 52nd Security Forces Squadron dog handlers holds his leash as he watches retired U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Simpson, his once and future master, direct his fellow
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Virtual Town Hall FAQs: Part II
Editor's Note: this is part two of a series about the frequently asked questions during January's Virtual Town Hall.It's here at last...the answers to many of your Virtual Town Hall questions. Thanks for your patience as we searched high and low for the right answers; our subject matter experts worked hard to answer your queries, and in some cases,
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2014
Spangdahlem Air Base Honor Guard members present the Belgian, U.S. and U.S. Air Force flags during a ceremony at the Wereth 11 Memorial site in Wereth, Belgium, Feb. 28, 2014. Spangdahlem Airmen conducted the service to honor the legacy of 11 African-American Soldiers killed during the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe W. McFadden / Released) Airmen commemorate fallen Wereth 11
"Staff Sergeant Forte.""Staff Sergeant Forte!""Staff Sergeant Thomas J. Forte!!!""NOT PRESENT!!!"The voices belong to Airmen serving in today's Air Force, while the names belong to Soldiers killed half a century before the Airmen were born. But the reason tying them together for one moment centered on recognizing the fallen for their sacrifice and
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2014
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Christina Peabody, 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron flight medicine technician from Swartz Creek, Mich., checks the blood pressure of a patient at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, March 5, 2014. Flight medicine Airmen strive to keep operators healthy and capable to accomplish the mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gustavo Castillo/Released) Sabers units get the point: 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron
The 52nd Fighter Wing has more than 30 units assigned, working day in and day out to fulfill the mission of defending American and allied interests while building partnership capacity. Throughout the year, 52nd FW Public Affairs will spotlight each of the wing's units, as together they serve a critical role in fulfilling this mission. This week's
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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Matthew Szrejter, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron F-16 phase dock chief, from Boynton Beach Fla., mounts a sky hook crane on the vertical stabilizer on an F-16 Fighting Falcon on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany Feb. 25, 2014. Aircraft are inspected on a flight hours basis ranging from 400 to 2400 hour rotations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano/Released) Sabers units get the point: 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron
The 52nd Fighter Wing has more than 30 units on and off base, working day in and day out to fulfill the mission of defending American and allied interests and building partner capacities. Throughout the year, 52nd FW Public Affairs will highlight each of the wing's units as together they serve a critical role in fulfilling this mission.What's the
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2014
When a window or door remains open for an extended period of time, up to $11,000 in energy costs can be wasted. The heat index in this thermal image displays the heat released from an open maintenance bay door on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. The 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron environmental section works to increase awareness of energy efficiencies to protect the environment and save money. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Released) Stop throwing money out your window
We've all heard that we should save energy...but sometimes, members of the Saber Nation may be at a loss with why we should do it, and how exactly to do that. Here's a small example: opening your windows for a fresh breeze. With such a light winter this year, many people keep their heat on, but still open doors and windows to check if the sun is
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