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  • Sabers compete for Innkeeper Award

    Members of the Air Force Services Agency Innkeeper Award review team received a warm welcome from Airmen of the 52nd Fighter Wing during an inspection in-brief today at Club Eifel.More than 400 Airmen from around the wing attended to show their support for the staff of the Eifel Arms Inn, who are being evaluated this week by the team."We want to
  • Super Saber Performer

    Name: Senior Airman Kimberly LillyUnit: 52nd Force Support SquadronDuty title: Assistant NCO in charge of the flight kitchenHometown: Matherville, Ill.Years in Service: Three yearsWhy joined: Education, travel, experience different cultures and serve my countryFamily: Mother, father, brother, sister and of course my Air Force familyHobbies: Hanging
  • IG program defined

    Using the chain-of-command in the military is an integral part of any Air Force organization, and Airmen learn about the concept as early as their first day in basic military training.While many Airmen use of the chain-of-command properly to handle issues throughout their careers, sometimes an issue is so big it Airmen feel it can only be handled
  • Negligent driving results in conviction

    Airman 1st Class Alan J. Lindgren, 52nd Logistics Readiness Squadron, was found guilty of two specifications of negligent homicide in violation of Article 134, Uniform Code of Military Justice April 6 at the 52nd Fighter Wing Legal Office Court room. Airman Lindgren elected to be tried and sentenced by a military judge instead of a panel of
  • Town hall clarifies options for GLH residents

    The 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Housing Office held a town hall meeting Feb. 23 in the Eifel Conference Center to explain options, answer questions and offer any other help to government-leased housing residents in Binsfeld and Speicher as termination of some local housing contracts will finalize in September.More than 100 active-duty military
  • Spangdahlem Airmen to gain access to vision correction

    For years, the Spangdahlem Air Base Optometry Flight has been reluctant to offer refractive surgery opportunities for servicemembers stationed here; but a recent change in operations is opening the door for Airmen interested in improving their eyesight.In January, the optometry clinic began seeing patients wishing to be considered for the U.S. Air