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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Richard Turner, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron engine technician from Nork, N.J., fastens a type-4 hydrant system to refuel an F-16 Fighting Falcon during a hot-pit refueling at Spangdahlem Air Base, Jan 28, 2014. Hot-pit refueling saves time, manpower and equipment usage by refueling active aircraft between training missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano/released) Sabers units get the point: 52nd Aircraft 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. Long,
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2014
A local baker „Meister“ fills up a shelf with fresh bread from the morning baking. There are about 300 different types of bread produced in Germany. The most common and less expensive bread is known as Roggenmischbrot. It is rye mixed bread with wheat or other flour. Bauernbrot is similar to Roggenmischbrot but a bit tastier. It is usually round. Weizenmischbrot is also similar to Roggenmischbrot, it is also light in color, but is made with different proportions of wheat and rye. The shapes of breads are only limited by the bakers’ imagination. Bread rolls are very popular in Germany. (U.S. Air Force photo by Iris Reiff/Released)
The art of baking: Learn more about delicious German breads, pastries
Strolling through the streets of a city or local village in your host country, you will find that there are many family-owned and operated bakeries. The technical skills, the love and the passion for this unique craft have been passed on for many generations.Germans are very proud of their baking culture.A variety of different breads, rolls,
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2014
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Roberto Rodriguez, a 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems Craftsman from, Marion, Ohio, checks a constant current regulator prior to checking the lights on the airfield at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, Jan. 23, 2014. The CCR's ensure that the lights on the airfield receive constant power. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Rusty Frank/Released) Lighting the Way
The 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Airfield Lighting team consists of three people who inspect the lights on the airfield every morning. They directly impact the mission at Spangdahlem Air Base by ensuring that all 3,000 lights on the airfield are functioning properly.
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2014
(U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Joe W. McFadden/Released) Suddenly... you're in a car wreck
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is the first of a three-part series on driving safety concerning what to do if you're in a wreck, what to do if you see a wreck and what security forces patrolmen do to respond to a wreck. It's a typical winter morning in Rheinland-Pfalz, and you're driving through snowfall on your way to work at Spangdahlem.You pass by
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2014
Default Air Force Logo With deployers gone, 606th base mission continues
The deployed members of the 606th Air Control Squadron returned to their home station Jan. 15 after several months in southwest Asia. But while the deployed conducted their mission in far off countries, the people still at Spangdahlem remained to fulfill their squadron's promise to be "the inspector of the skies." While in minimum manning stage,
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Saber units get the point: 52nd Maintenance Group
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. The
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2014
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Alex Lollar, 606th Air Control Squadron radio frequencies transmissions technician from Pensacola, Fla., stands in front of his equipment Jan. 15, 2014. The 606th ACS recently deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Lollar supported the deployed members of the 606th ACS from Spangdahlem AB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kyle Gese/Released) What's your role? Air control!
Members of the 606th Air Control Squadron deployed to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom July 2013. When they departed, Airman 1st Class Alex Lollar, a radio frequencies transmissions systems technician from Pensacola, Fla., stayed behind to hold down the fort.Lollar, who was promoted to senior airman in September, continued to
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2014
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Tech. Sgt. Tena Briscoe, unit deployment manager of 606th Air Control Squadron of Baltimore, Md., poses next to her file cabinet at her squadron's headquarters Jan. 13, 2014. As UDM, Briscoe ensures each individual Airman is prepared for pending deployments and for their eventual return back to their home station. (U.S. Air Force illustration by Staff Sgt. Joe W. McFadden / Released) Deployment manager processes people not 'paperwork'
As 606th Air Control Squadron Airmen returned home from Southwest Asia Jan. 15, Spangdahlem's Air Terminal served as the epicenter of emotion for many Saber families. The gathering, complete with Airmen wrapping their military fatigue-clothed arms around their spouses, children and friends, brought closure to a chapter in their lives until now
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2014
SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- An F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft gun spins during a flightline weapons course inside a bay at the 372nd Training Squadron Detachment 17 Jan. 17, 2014. The detachment offers more than 70 courses including the flightline weapons course. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Rusty Frank/Released) Mission Exposed
Detachment 17 offers more than 70 courses to Airmen throughout the 52nd Fighter Wing. These courses include the miniature and micro-miniature module test and repair, weapons flightline course, and principles of instruction. At the detachment, 12 instructors from nine different careers teach Airmen on these various subjects teaching their respective
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2014
Default Air Force Logo AFA starts anew at Spangdahlem
The Air Force Association is active at many Air Force bases around the world, but for the last 10 years the Spangdahlem chapter has been dormant. Spangdahlem leadership was recently notified that if a new council wasn't set up, the chapter would be permanently terminated. Just weeks later, Spangdahlem AFA Chapter #534 crossed the first major hurdle
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