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  • Celebrating our religious freedom

    One of the primary reasons for the forming of the original 13 colonies was the desire for religious freedom. Having left a country with an established national church, the founding fathers knew the importance of making sure that would not happen in the newly founded United States. The First

  • 52nd DS helps simplify off-base dental care

    Big changes are coming soon to the 52nd Medical Group here. Although the dental squadron is committed to the highest levels of care for all the members of the 52nd Fighter Wing, the upcoming deployments, facility modifications and personnel changes will likely have an impact on the amount of care we

  • 52nd MDG welcomes AAAHC

    The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. will conduct an accreditation survey of the 52nd Medical Group May 8-10. The survey will be used to evaluate the organization's compliance with AAAHC standards for ambulatory health care and to determine if accreditation should be

  • Spangdahlem AB celebrates Earth Day

    April 22, 2007 marks the 37th anniversary of the largest secular, nonreligious holiday in the world -- Earth Day. The first Earth Days were celebrated in 1970. Yes, that is right, Earth Days, there are two Earth Days celebrated each year. The first official Earth Day was celebrated March 21, 1970,

  • CMSAF visits Spangdahlem AB

    Spangdahlem Airmen had the unique opportunity to meet with the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force April 13 during an Airman's Call here. Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley traveled to Spangdahlem as part of his initial tour of bases under the U.S. Forces in Europe command.

  • BHS memorializes former student

    Members of Spangdahlem Air Base gathered to honor a fallen Operations Iraqi Freedom Airmen with local ties to the Bitburg High School April 5. Maj. Troy "Trojan" Gilbert graduated from BHS in 1989 feeling a need to serve his country. Upon graduation he left Germany to attend Texas Tech University

  • Eifel Mountain Golf Course staff re-opens club house

    The Eifel Mountain Golf Course staff re-opened the Club House doors Tuesday showing off the new and improved dining area. The $200,000 renovation expanded the sitting area, snack bar, kitchen and pro shop. "The golf course renovation was badly needed; it was dark, dingy and just plain old and