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U.S. Air Forces in Europe, with headquarters at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, is a major command of the U.S. Air Force. It is also the air component of the U.S. European Command, a Department of Defense unified command.
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Klinikum Mutterhaus der Borromaerinnen

The Klinikum Mutterhaus der Borromaerinnen (Trier Mutterhaus) is located at Feldstrasse 16, 54290 Trier, Germany. 

The Trier Mutterhaus offers 24/7 Emergency Services; specializing in pediatric emergency care. It has a dedicated pediatric emergency room supported by pediatric wards specializing in child/adolescent surgery, neurology, intensive care, ENT, and child/adolescent psychiatry. 

For more information:
* Call -- 06519470
* Visit -- www.mutterhaus.de
* Locate a Web map -- www.google.de/maps?hl=de&safe=active&q=Mutterhaus

* Head south on the B-51 until to the outskirts of Trier City. The distance from Bitburg to Trier is approximately 28 km.
* Continue on the B-51, head down the winding road, until you arrive in Trier City. At the first stop-light take a left and head across the bridge, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brucke, over the Mosel River.
* Follow the priority road as it curves to the right, Martinsufer, and stay in the far right lane;
* At the stop-light turn right onto Katharinenufuer, driving alongside the Mosel River for approximately 400 yards, and merge to the far left lane when safe;
* At the next stop light turn left onto Bohmerstrasse;
* Take the next right onto Windmuhlenstrasse;
* Proceed straight on Windmuhlenstasse (the road will change its name to Feldstrasse when it crosses Krahnenstrasse). This road is marked by a sign that says dead end road. The hospital will be on your right hand side on Feldstrasse;
*  Do not turn into the main entrance as parking is not allowed in front of the hospital. You will find parking about 100 yards straight ahead on Feldstrasse to your right hand side.
Travel Time: Approximately 30 minutes from Bitburg, depending upon traffic.

GPS Coordinates:
49.754590, 6.631850

52nd Fighter Wing

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Mission: Deliver Airpower options to deter and combat aggression.

The 52nd FW maintains, deploys and employs F-16CM Fighting Falcons in support of NATO and the national defense directives.

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Wing History

Base history

   Spangdahlem AB and the 52nd Fighter Wing have a rich history. The wing has seen many people and aircraft come and go throughout the years, but one thing remains the same. The 52nd has always been prepared to SEEK ATTACK DESTROY.

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   The F-16 Fighting Falcon is a compact, multi-role fighter aircraft. It is highly maneuverable and has proven itself in air-to-air combat and air-to-surface attack. It provides a relatively low-cost, high-performance weapon system for the United States and allied nations.

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Base Personnel

The Public Affairs office is unable to redirect calls or provide phone numbers. If searching for a phone number on base, call the base operator.

Calling from CONUS:
Comm: 011-49-6565-61-1110
DSN: 314-452-1110

Calling from Germany:
Comm: 06565-61-1110
DSN: 314-452-1110