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U.S. Air Force Col. Jason Bailey, 52nd Fighter Wing commander, left, gives the ceremonial guidon to U.S. Air Force Maj. Shawn Schulz, incoming 52nd Comptroller Squadron commander, during the 52nd CPTS change of command ceremony on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, June 18, 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jovante Johnson)
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Over 900 rescue workers including firefighters, police officers, German Red Cross and the German Rescue Organization were on duty the night several towns were hit by floods.
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The Eifel region was hit by heavy rain resulting in floods. Some areas especially affected by the floods include Trier, Bitburg, Bernkastel-Wittlich, and Dudeldorf.
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Approximately 40 volunteers devoted their time to help clean up Dudeldorf after a flood hit the village.
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The event required 150 volunteers to help the children with various sporting events, lunch and an award ceremony at the end.
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Each student from the event was paired up with a volunteer to participate in a variety of activities including basketball throw, balance beam, bowling, and relay races.
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Approximately 90 students participated in sporting events and a cookout as part of the event designed to strengthen community relationships.
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St. Martin's school and Spangdahlem students paired up with volunteers to engage in activities meant to be both challenging and fun.
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The event marked the 26th year local students with special needs were invited to participate in activities with volunteers.
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Each suit is repaired as needed and checked constantly to ensure it is performing properly.
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A pilot's F-16 helmet includes mounted night vision goggles that allow pilots to see in low light situations.
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The survival kit includes an extra radio, signal flares, first aid kit, a compass, survival knife, drinking water, blanket, matches, strobe light, and a beacon.
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The device makes it possible for pilots to text on a secure network anywhere in the world.
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The helmet contains a holographic image that is displayed wherever the pilot looks, also known as a heads up display.
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The boom operator is responsible for safely and effectively refueling aircraft during flight.
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Airmen from the 151st ARW conducted air-to-air refueling for total force integration training.
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