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  • Sabers honor fallen security forces Airmen

    While families are asleep on a cold night in their warm on-base houses, 52nd Security Forces Squadron defenders bundle up to keep the gate secure. They work long hours to patrol the perimeter and ensure the base is safe. Security forces Airmen do what they must, often at the expense of missed birthdays, holidays, back-yard barbeques and nights with
  • PCS season: Are you ready?

    The summer months may increase the number of people who will move to and from Spangdahlem.There are many organizations that take a role in the out-processing procedure and help with the transition to a new location.Before moving to another base, take a look at the out-processing checklist located on the virtual military personnel flight page. The
  • Chief Grengs: Goodbye Sabers

    The outgoing 52nd Fighter Wing command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Matt Grengs, gives a final goodbye to the Saber Nation.
  • Super Saber Performer

    Rank / Name: Senior Airman Trenton NelsonUnit: 52nd Equipment Maintenance SquadronDuty title: Assistant Programs ManagerHometown: Willacoochee, Ga.Years in Service: FourWhy joined: I wanted a profession that would make my family and friends proud. Family: Ginny Nelson (mother) John Nelson (father) and Tripp Nelson (brother)Hobbies: Gaming and
  • Spangdahlem recertifies dependent allowances

    Spangdahlem is getting a jump start on an Air Force-wide initiative to ensure families are receiving the correct pay. The Dependent Status Recertification Plan focuses on Base Allowance for Housing and Overseas Housing Allowances for all Airmen with family members. The Secretary of the Air Force Family Member Program initiated this policy in April
  • New Roll Call released: CMSAF addresses sexual assault prevention

    In his latest's Roll Call, the Air Force's senior enlisted Airman talked about having the commitment and courage to eradicate sexual assault from the Air Force.Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Cody charged Airmen with the personal responsibility to stand up for what's right, and to look out for one another's best interests."Every Airman