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  • Spang enlisted heritage committee contributes display, history

    The Parish Enlisted Heritage Room at the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Headquarters building at Ramstein Air Base recently received a new addition to its already historical collection of displays and artifacts. The 52nd Fighter Wing Enlisted Heritage Committee delivered a custom-made glass and oak curio

  • Sabers exceed AFAF goal

    Sabers have rallied together to support the Air Force Assistance Fund exceeding the base's donation goal of $85,558 and giving more than $114,000. At week three of the six-week campaign, Sabers had already donated enough to surpass the established donation goal. "I am extremely impressed by the

  • CPF helps students find summer employment

    The Spangdahlem Air Base Student Summer Hire Program is accepting applications from youths ages 14-22 interested in finding summer employment. While summer provides students an opportunity to relax and spend time with friends; it also provides a chance for youth to earn some extra spending

  • DoD reimplements anthrax program

    The Department of Defense has re-implemented the Anthrax Vaccine Immunizations Program to provide servicemembers with a safe and effective form of protection against the real and deadly threat of Anthrax. The primary objective of the AVIP re-implementation is to educate the Airmen about the Anthrax

  • AFAS helps Airmen say goodbye

    The second to the last day of my temporary duty assignment to a squadron training exercise started like the rest, but ended leaving me feeling anxious and scared. That evening after we had ended the exercise, an instructor told me that I needed to call my wife. Of course I was glad to call her

  • American Idol Finalist Anthony Fedorov visits USAFE bases

    American Idol Season Four Finalist Anthony Fedorov will tour USAFE bases in April promoting the kick-off of the annual USAFE Services Extreme Summer program. Fedorov will also be a judge and perform at both the USAFE Youth and Teen Talent Contest April 13 and at the USAFE Idol Contest on April 14

  • Fire department offers candle saftey tips

    While candles make great decorations, provide fragrance and softly illuminate the house, they can also be very dangerous. In recent years candles in U.S. homes caused an estimated 17,200 fires, 200 deaths, 1,540 injuries and $200 million in estimated property damage. Thirty-eight percent of home