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Beda market openingBeda market opening
Beda market opening

BITBURG, Germany -- Cooking teams demonstrate their skills during the 32nd Beda market March 18 in Bitburg, Germany. The Beda market’s theme this year was “Looking, Exploring, Informing” and drew more than 80,000 people from all around the region and the neighboring countries of Luxembourg and Belgium. This event presented both the economical and cultural life of the Eifel-Pruem region in various spots throughout the city. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Posted: 3/28/2011

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BITBURG, Germany – Col. Jodine Tooke, 52nd Mission Support Group commander, greets Dr. Joachim Streit, county commissioner of Eifel county Bitburg-Pruem, at the 32nd Bitburg Beda market March 18 in Bitburg, Germany. The Beda market’s theme this year was “Looking, Exploring, Informing” and drew more than 80,000 people from all around the region and the neighboring countries of Luxembourg and Belgium. This event presented both the economical and cultural life of the Eifel-Pruem region in various spots throughout the city. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Beda market opening

BITBURG, Germany -- Col. Jodine Tooke, 52nd Mission Support Group commander, and local civic leaders walked through a Bitburg Beda market exhibition tent during the 32nd opening ceremony March 18 in Bitburg, Germany. Regional food products and items, characteristic of the Eifel-Pruem region, were on display along with a vast offer in handicraft, art and entertainment. The Beda market’s theme this year was “Looking, Exploring, Informing” and drew more than 80,000 people from all around the region and the neighboring countries of Luxembourg and Belgium. This event presented both the economical and cultural life of the Eifel-Pruem region in various spots throughout the city. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Beda market opening

BITBURG, Germany – Col. Jodine Tooke, 52nd Mission Support Group commander, and local German civil leaders attended the 32nd opening of the Bitburg Beda market March 18 in Bitburg, Germany. The Beda market’s theme this year was “Looking, Exploring, Informing” and drew more than 80,000 people from all around the region and the neighboring countries of Luxembourg and Belgium. This event presented both the economical and cultural life of the Eifel-Pruem region in various spots throughout the city. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda marketFun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market
Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market

BITBURG, Germany – A basket maker demonstrates his craft at the Bitburg Beda market festival tent at a past event. The handicraft market offers information on many topics to include energy conservation and environmental protection. Visitors can obtain tips for purchasing everyday house and handicraft items and outdoor equipment. Handicraft, to include smith works, wood items, spring baskets and others, will be featured through displays and presentations at the fair. Regional food products and beverages will be available to taste and purchase. Entry is free. Opening times are noon to 6 p.m. March 18 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 19 and 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda marketFun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market
Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market

BITBURG, Germany – Hearts, hearts and more Gingerbread hearts are among the vast sweets and candies available at booths typically set up in the streets of Bitburg, Germany, for the Beda market every year. Bitburg was called Beda in Celtic times, from which the market’s name originates. Entry is free. Opening times are noon to 6 p.m. March 18 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 19 and 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda marketFun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market
Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market

BITBURG, Germany – Outside the Bauernhalle, or Farmers’ Market hall, butchers cut up roasted pork and serve it to visitors at a past Beda market event in Bitburg, Germany. Bitburg was called Beda in Celtic times, from which the market’s name originates. Entry is free. Opening times are noon to 6 p.m. March 18 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 19 and 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda marketFun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market
Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market

BITBURG, Germany – A farmers’ market will highlight local culture and regional food specialties, including fruit, vegetables, meat, bread and other items March 18-20. Coffee and homemade cake will be served at the market located inside the Bauernhalle, or Farmers Market hall, located on Triererstrasse in Bitburg, Germany. Bitburg was called Beda in Celtic times, from which the market’s name originates. Entry is free. Opening times are noon to 6 p.m. March 18 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 19 and 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda marketFun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market
Fun and shopping opportunities at the Bitburg Beda market

BITBURG, Germany – A special art and handicraft market, including jewellery, Easter decorations and other handmade items, will take place March 18-20 at the “Haus der Jugend“ or Youth House in Bitburg, Germany. Bitburg was called Beda in Celtic times, from which the market’s name originates. At the Beda Market, people will be able to find large-scale exhibitions. Entry is free. Opening times are noon to 6 p.m. March 18 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 19 and 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Posted: 3/15/2011

Fasching 2011Fasching 2011
Fasching 2011

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany—A former Spangdahlem Air Base member gets his tie cut by a group of women during last year’s Fasching events in Wittlich. It’s a tradition that day for women to walk around and cut off men’s ties with scissors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Posted: 3/3/2011

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Fasching 2011

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany--Women dressed as old ladies and wearing matching masks capture the city hall in Bitburg on Fat Thursday in 2010. After capturing city hall, the women parade through the city’s streets. In most German cities and towns, including Bitburg, Wittlich and Speicher, it is a tradition for the ladies to ‘capture’ the local city halls and take the city key from the mayor. This occurs at 11:11 a.m. Fat Thursday. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Fasching 2011

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany -- Dancers walk and perform in last year’s Fasching parade in Binsfeld. Most Eifel region communities, regardless of their size, will host parades March 6-8 this year; but the most famous German parades are on Rose Monday, March 7, in the cities of Cologne, Mainz and Duesseldorf. Rose Monday parades are also held in most cities along the Rhine River, as well as in Aachen and Munich. In these locations people can find the typical big city events and spectacular shows. Thousands of observers stand in the streets, cheering, singing and dancing. In addition, millions of people watch the parades on television. Children bring bags along to collect the candies and sweets parade participants hand out or throw into the crowds. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany –Nicholas Holmes, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron, serves the ball during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. The 52nd EMS defeated the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-23 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 3/1/2011

52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Members of the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team watch play during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. The 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron defeated the WAS team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-13 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Members of the 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron shake hands with the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team after the first match of the season here Feb. 28. EMS took the first game 25-13 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Krystal Lanham, Spangdahlem Area Defense Council, serves the ball during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. The 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron defeated the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-23 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 3/1/2011

52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Members of the 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron take a timeout to refocus their strategy during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. EMS defeated the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-23 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 3/1/2011

52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Louis Shotto, left, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron, spikes the ball over the net as Timothy Fordham, 52nd Comptroller Squadron, attempts to block the ball during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. EMS defeated the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-23 and the scond 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 3/1/2011

52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener
52nd EMS defeats Wing Staff Agencies in intramural volleyball opener

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Nicole DeBois, 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron, hits the ball during an intramural volleyball match here Feb. 28. EMS defeated the 52nd Fighter Wing Staff Agencies team during the first match of the season. EMS took the first game 25-23 and the second game 25-14. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthyVeterinary clinic keeps pets healthy
Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthy

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Lotus, a 10-week-old Staffordshire bull terrier, receives a check-up from the veterinary technician at the vaccine clinic here Feb. 26. The Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic hosted the vaccine clinic to help Sabers keep their pets healthy. The veterinary clinic’s primary mission is to provide treatment for military working dogs on base, but they treat pets on a limited basis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthy

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Meaghan Gibson, Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic veterinary technician, performs a health check-up on Lotus, a 10-week-old Staffordshire bull terrier, as her owner, Staff Sgt. Meagan Mitchell, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, holds her at the vaccine clinic here Feb. 26. The Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic hosted the vaccine clinic to help Sabers keep their pets healthy. The veterinary clinic’s primary mission is to provide treatment for military working dogs on base, but they treat pets on a limited basis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthy

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Meaghan Gibson, Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic veterinary technician, gives a shot to Lotus, a 10-week-old Staffordshire bull terrier, at the vaccine clinic here Feb. 26. The Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic hosted the vaccine clinic to help Sabers keep their pets healthy. The veterinary clinic’s primary mission is to provide treatment for military working dogs on base, but they treat pets on a limited basis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthyVeterinary clinic keeps pets healthy
Veterinary clinic keeps pets healthy

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Pets wait with their owners to see the veterinarian for the vaccine clinic here Feb. 26. The Spangdahlem Veterinary Clinic hosted the vaccine clinic to help Sabers keep their pets healthy. The veterinary clinic’s primary mission is to provide treatment for military working dogs on base, but they treat pets on a limited basis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Spotting for safetySpotting for safety
Spotting for safety

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Bryne Tiseth, 726th Air Mobility Squadron aircraft services supervisor, spots a 60k Tunner during a cargo upload process Jan. 5. The cargo was flown to Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., to support the 480th Fighter Squadron during a Red Flag training exercise. The 480th FS will be participating in Red Flag from Jan. 22 – Feb. 4. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Posted: 1/5/2011

Airmen celebrate at Christmas partyAirmen celebrate at Christmas party
Airmen celebrate at Christmas party

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Chief Master Sgt. Sandy Miller, 52nd Fighter Wing command chief, and Master Sgt. Deshan Woods, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron first sergeant, prepare to announce the first prize winner at the Unaccompanied Airmen’s Holiday Party Dec. 10. The event included free food, games and prizes for unaccompanied Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 12/15/2010

Airmen celebrate at Christmas partyAirmen celebrate at Christmas party
Airmen celebrate at Christmas party

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Airman Louis Martin, 52nd Communications Squadron, plays a game of pool at the Unaccompanied Airmen’s Holiday Party Dec. 10. The event included free food, games and prizes for unaccompanied Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Posted: 12/15/2010

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Airmen celebrate at Christmas party

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Airmen from Spangdahlem Air Base compete in a video games tournament at the Unaccompanied Airmen’s Holiday Party Dec. 10. The event included free food, games and prizes for unaccompanied Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Airmen celebrate at Christmas party

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Airmen from Spangdahlem Air Base play a game of poker at the Unaccompanied Airmen’s Holiday Party Dec. 10. The event included free food, games and prizes for unaccompanied Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nathanael Callon)
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Veteran's Day CeremonyVeteran's Day Ceremony
Veteran's Day Ceremony

LUXEMBOURG – U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg Cynthia Stroum, speaks to the crowd during the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial Nov. 11. More than 5,000 fallen servicemembers from World War II are buried at the 50.5 acre cemetery, which is one of 14 cemeteries established overseas after World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Posted: 11/12/2010

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Veteran's Day Ceremony

LUXEMBOURG – 1st Lt. Thomas Ackerman, 52nd Fighter Wing flight commander, salutes along with members of his flight during the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial Nov. 11. More than 5,000 fallen servicemembers from World War II are buried at the 50.5 acre cemetery, which is one of 14 cemeteries established overseas after World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Veteran's Day Ceremony

LUXEMBOURG – Adrean Chrostowski, 10, Spangdahlem Air Base Boy Scout Troop 165 member, takes a photo during the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial Nov. 11. More than 5,000 fallen servicemembers from World War II are buried at the 50.5 acre cemetery, which is one of 14 cemeteries established overseas after World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Veteran's Day Ceremony

LUXEMBOURG – Marine Staff Sgt. Scott Pence, U.S. Embassy Marine detachment commander for marine security in Luxembourg, salutes during the Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial Nov. 11. More than 5,000 fallen servicemembers from World War II are buried at the 50.5 acre cemetery, which is one of 14 cemeteries established overseas after World War II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Eifel ice skatingEifel ice skating
Eifel ice skating

BITBURG, Germany -- A local family ice skates Sunday, which is Family Day, when families are eligible to receive price reductions 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Bitburg ice rink. The family price is four Euros per adult and one Euro per child. Skate rental is three Euros per adult and one Euro per child for the first three children, and it is two Euros per child for any additional child. Two ice rinks can be found in the Eifel area, one of which is in Trier, and one (as shown in the photo) is located right outside the former base in Bitburg. The Bitburg ice rink is now open for the 2010 season and will remain open until April 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Eifel ice skating

BITBURG, Germany -- A child at the Bitburg ice rink uses special learning equipment designed to help children keep their balance as they learn how to ice skate. Ice stadium officials will provide respective information and help with training children or adults on the ice. Two ice rinks can be found in the Eifel area, one of which is in Trier, and one (shown in the photo) is located right outside the former base in Bitburg. The Bitburg ice rink is now open for the 2010 season and will remain open until April 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Eifel ice skatingEifel ice skating
Eifel ice skating

BITBURG, Germany -- Skaters of all ages including those who would like to learn the fun activity can be found at the Bitburg ice rink on any day of the week. Information about learning possibilities, practice hours, entry prices or how to become a member of an ice skating association or ice hockey club can be obtained at the ice stadium at 06561-8447 or via email at Eissporthalle.bitburg@t-online.de. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Sweet memoriesSweet memories
Sweet memories

OSANN-MONZEL, Germany--Among the highlights of the visit was a 20-minute tractor ride through the fruit gardens, enjoying scenes of apple trees and a group of geese and chicken. This was the second time the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group visited the vintner, Vito Cipolla. “They hope to be back soon again,” they agreed. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Sweet memories

OSANN-MONZEL, Germany--Children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group observe how the vintner, Matthias Sailer rinses out the apple trailer with juice and a steam hose. Together with their parents, children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group recently visited the local Sailer-Cipolla winery in Osann-Monzel, helped vintners collect apples and learned how to make apple cider. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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OSANN-MONZEL, Germany--Children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group observe how apple cider is made with a huge press. The local vintner from Osann-Monzel, Vito Cipolla, explained that this year has been an exceptional year for the juice, but the apples were in short supply. According to the vintner, for anything with a pit such as peaches pears, cherries and plums, it was fantastic this year (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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OSANN-MONZEL, Germany--The vintner, Vito Cipolla, uses a large hose to transfer apple mash from a trailer into a press. The kids helped with the cider process – they shoveled all the apples and put them in buckets. The apples went into a mill and afterward into the press,” he said. The outcome was a sweet and delicious apple cider which the children and their parents were able to taste afterwards, said the vintner. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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OSANN-MONZEL, Germany—The vintner, Vito Cipolla, holds up a hand-full of fresh apples in front of Kaylynn Burtcher, one of the 20 homeschooling children who recently attended a field trip to Osann- Monzel . (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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OSANN-MONZEL, Germany-- About 20 children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group visited a winery in Osann-Monzel to see how apple cider is made. According to homeschooling mother Sheri Leseberg, left, the group regularly conducts field trips, such as the visit to the butterfly gardens in Grevenmacher and a visit to the Luxembourg Caves. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Sweet memories

OSANN-MONZEL, Germany- Tristan Burtcher, a Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group child, assisted the local vintner, Vito Cipolla, with spreading out milled apples in a trailer using a large pitchfork before the mash was transferred to the juice press. Parents and children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group recently visited the local Sailer-Cipolla winery in Osann-Monzel to learn how to make apple cider. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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OSANN-MONZEL, Germany—A small girl puts apples into a bucket one by one to help make apple cider juice. About 20 children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group took part in a recent field trip to the Sailer-Cipolla winery in Osann-Monzel. The children enjoyed tasting the sweet juice afterward. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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Sweet memories

OSANN-MONZEL, Germany—Parents and children from the Spangdahlem Homeschooling Group recently visited the local Sailer-Cipolla winery in Osann-Monzel to help collect apples and learn how to make apple cider. On a previous trip, the group learned how to pick grapes and saw how grape juice is made. (U.S. Air Force photo/Iris Reiff)
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NCO goes above and beyondNCO goes above and beyond
NCO goes above and beyond

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Erick Matos, 52nd Operations Support Squadron and a coaching staff member for the Bitburg High School Baron football team, shows Derrick Bland, BHS junior, how to block a defender Oct. 5. Sergeant Matos currently volunteers approximately 15 hours a week to help his 17 year-old-son’s high school football team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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NCO goes above and beyond

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Erick Matos, 52nd Operations Support Squadron and a coaching staff member for the Bitburg High School Baron football team, supervises as his players practice blocking drills during a practice Oct. 5. Sergeant Matos currently volunteers approximately 15 hours a week to help his 17 year-old-son’s high school football team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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NCO goes above and beyond

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Tech. Sgt. Erick Matos, 52nd Operations Support Squadron and a coaching staff member for the Bitburg High School Baron football team, observes a field goal kick during practice Oct. 5. Sergeant Matos currently volunteers approximately 15 hours a week to help his 17 year-old-son’s high school football team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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NCO goes above and beyond

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany - Tech. Sgt. Erick Matos, 52nd Operations Support Squadron and a coaching staff member for the Bitburg High School Baron football team, coaches Nick Reuter, BHS freshman, on stopping a field goal kick Oct. 5. Sergeant Matos currently volunteers approximately 15 hours a week to help his 17 year-old-son’s high school football team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nick Wilson)
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Posted: 10/7/2010

    

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