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  • USAFE Sites Membership Program brings club membership to GSU and MUNNS

    The USAFE Sites Membership Program brings club membership to GSU & MUNSS residents who want to be a part of the Air Force Club tradition, but do not have a club to call their own. Through the USAFE Sites Membership Program, members receive full member benefits at USAF Clubs worldwide at a dues rate that recognizes the uniqueness of life at a GSU or
  • Luxembourg national becomes first non US citizen inducted into the CAP

    Civil Air Patrol 2nd Lieutenant Frank Schuler, a Luxembourg national, became the first non United States citizen to join the Civil Air Patrol ever. "I don't feel like I'm special at all. I'm just another member," said Lieutenant Schuler. The cadets of Spangdahlem's CAP tell a different story. "It's a real good benefit having Frank take us anywhere
  • USAFE alerts Airmen of possible information exposure

    A contractor's computer server containing personal information, including names and sponsor social security numbers, was found to have inadequate security during a routine inspection. The server was used to process data from USAFE hospitals and clinics. The system is no longer in use. While there is no indication that any of the information has
  • Spangdahlem cops streamline traffic ticket processing

    Spanghdahlem Air Base security forces members are using the Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st century process to help streamline their traffic citation process. Security forces Airmen fill their walls with sticky-notes, each one representing a step to process just one traffic citation. "When they are saying it takes 67 days to process one
  • Chief Pfingston loses fight with cancer

    Former Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Gary R. Pfingston died of cancer June 23 in San Antonio. "Today the Air Force mourns the loss of a great enlisted leader," said Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "Gary's life was a shining example of service to our nation and we will miss him greatly." Chief Pfingston was the
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  • SPES wins $5,000 award for library

    Department of Defense Dependents Schools-Europe's Spangdahlem Elementary School was awarded a $5,000 grant by the Laura Bush Foundation for America's libraries. Spangdahlem is one of 263 schools to benefit from $1.28 million in support from the foundation, and the only school outside the geographic boundaries of United States to be so awarded. The
  • Top Saber Performer June 22 - 28

    Staff Sgt. Joe Canteen Jr., a 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron medical service technician, has been named the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the Week of June 22 - 28, 2007. Name: Staff Sgt. Joe Canteen Jr. Unit: 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron Duty title: Medical service technician journeyman, Health and Wellness Center Hometown:
  • 52nd MDG prepares to close Bitburg ER

    The 52nd Medical Group is changing July 1 when the emergency room doors permanently close at 11:59 p.m. When the doors reopen July 2 at 3 p.m., it will be an Extended Care Clinic. The ECC offers the same standard of care currently provided in the primary care clinics such as family practice and pediatrics; however the ECC will not function as an