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  • Pilots return to Spangdahlem after training in Turkey

    To the delight of many Sabers, the weather has been a bit warmer this week -- and with warmer weather comes the opportunity for better training and flying options for Spangdahlem's fighter squadrons. However, that is not always the case in the Eifel region, especially during Germany's winter season,

  • Sabers hosts USAFE championship

    It's March and this could only mean one thing ... March Madness. Hoop fans across the globe are gearing up for what is the most anticipated month in NCAA sports. However, the National Collegiate Athletic Association is not the only ones that experience March Madness. The 2007 U.S. Air Forces in

  • Saber’s renter’s insurance troubles may help others

    It is a cautionary tale with which many people are familiar. Purchasing insurance. Whether it be auto or motorcycle, life, housing or renter's insurance, all types are good to have, "just in case." Unfortunately, one Saber knows from first-hand experience the headaches regarding renter's insurance.

  • Spang kicks off first wing-wide AFSO21 event to streamline processes

    An Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century event kicked off Monday and ran through today in preparation for the 52nd Operations and Maintenance Groups' first LEAN event this year. In a letter to Airmen last year, Michael W. Wynne, Secretary of the Air Force, said AFSO21 is a dedicated effort

  • Sabers give back to community, family through AFAF

    The Air Force Assistance Fund drive kicks off today and runs through April 12 with the goal of raising $66,215 at Spanghdalem Air Base to aid Airmen and their families through a wide variety of programs designed to provide support ranging from financial assistance to care for military widows. "We