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  • Retiree rewarded for 43 years of service

    Not very many things symbolize dedication like spending the majority of a lifetime in service to the U.S. government. Dedication was something Helga Bialluch demonstrated for more than 43 years working in the 52nd Fighter Wing before retiring Jan. 29.Some of her accomplishments include being selected to represent the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron at
  • Spangdahlem recognizes seven chief selects

    Spangdahlem Air Base is proud to announce the following chief master sergeant selects:Senior Master Sgt. Charles A. Cremeans, 52nd Medical Operations SquadronSenior Master Sgt. Robert L. Heasley, 52nd Logistics Readiness SquadronSenior Master Sgt. Tracy D. Jones, 52nd Communications SquadronSenior Master Sgt. William G. Moore, 52nd Component
  • Saber Spouse 1 nominated for spouse of year

    Mara Wight, wife of 52nd Figher Wing Commander Col. Tip Wight, has been nominated for the Military Spouse of the Year award.Mrs. Wight has been a military spouse for 26 years. In the past year, she has contributed more than 1,600 hours to 52nd FW activities, generated U.S. Air Forces in Europe's first Spouses' Calls and spouses' wing Web site, and
  • Top Saber Performer Jan. 29-Feb. 4

    Staff Sgt. Patrick Weaver, 52nd Comptroller Squadron, is the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the week of Jan. 29-Feb. 4.Name: Staff Sgt. Patrick WeaverUnit: 52nd Comptroller SquadronDuty title: Special Actions NCO in chargeHometown: Fairview Heights, Ill.Years in Service: 7 years and 10 monthsWhy I joined: TravelFamily: Son,
  • 52nd DS to promote children’s dental health

    To recognize National Children's Dental Health Month in February, the 52nd Dental Squadron will host various events throughout the month to promote dental health. The 52nd DS recommends helping children maintain healthy teeth and gums by encouraging them to limit sugary snacks and brush and floss at least once per day. They also encourage parents
  • EET serves as behind-the-scenes inspection team

    As the majority of 52nd Fighter Wing members charged into Operation Saber Crown 10-3, a smaller group of individuals were on the sidelines evaluating the movements, processes and procedures of each unit throughout the phase one exercise. The exercise evaluation team, or EET, provides oversight of actions taken during exercises to ensure the wing is
  • A&FRC provides emergency family assistance during crises

    Nearly every organization has a plan for a crisis, often in the form of checklists, to prepare and guide Airmen in the proper course of action for various situations. The Airman & Family Readiness Center has their own program to ensure families also have resources available and ready during a crisis.When an incident occurs, the Emergency Family
  • Top Saber Performer Jan. 15-21

    Staff Sgt. Amy Wagner, 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 17, is the 52nd Fighter Wing's Top Saber Performer for the week of Jan. 15-21.Name: Staff Sgt. Amy WagnerUnit: 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 17Duty title: Knowledge OperatorHometown: Wichita, Kan.Years in Service: Nine yearsWhy I joined: To serve my countryFamily: Husband, Tech. Sgt.
  • COMUSAFE visits Spangdahlem, discusses CAF redux

    The U.S. Air Forces in Europe commander emphasized the important role each Airman fulfills in supporting the mission both at home station and in the deployed environment during his visit Jan. 8, to Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.Gen. Roger A. Brady discussed a proposal to retire legacy fighters to fund a smaller and more capable force, as well as
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