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Ambulance service provide emergency care to base people

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, checks Gabriela Francis, wife of Master Sgt. Brian Francis, 52nd Maintenance Operation Squadron, blood glucose level at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, department of defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, checks Gabriela Francis, wife of Master Sgt. Brian Francis, 52nd Maintenance Operation Squadron, blood glucose level at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, Department of Defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin and Airman 1st Class Derrick Hogans, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technicians, function check equipment prior to working their shift at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, department of defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin and Airman 1st Class Derrick Hogans, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technicians, function check equipment prior to working their shift at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, Department of Defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, checks the long spine boards compartment of the ambulance prior to his shift at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem Air Base to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen their families and DOD civilians. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Senior Airman Oliver Martin, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, checks the long spine boards compartment of the ambulance prior to his shift at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem Air Base to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen their families and Department of Defense civilians. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Christian Granados and Airman 1st Class Derrick Hogans, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technicians, respond to an incident from Bldg. 137 here March 8. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, department of defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Christian Granados and Airman 1st Class Derrick Hogans, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technicians, respond to an incident from Bldg. 137 here March 8. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, Department of Defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Christian Granados, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, conducts a function check on a thermometer at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, department of defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)

SPANGDAHLEM AIR BASE, Germany – Staff Sgt. Christian Granados, 52nd Medical Operations Squadron ambulance service technician, conducts a function check on a thermometer at Bldg. 137 here March 8. Function checks of all emergency equipment are conducted by technicians at the beginning of every shift. Ambulance techs provide initial medical response on Spangdahlem AB to support base response to in-flight and other mission related emergencies, as well as any other on-base incidents. The ambulance service provides emergency care for more than 8,400 Airmen, Department of Defense civilians, and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christopher Toon/Released)