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  • 'Man's best friend'

    As more guests and his fellow canines entered the Brick House, military working dog Robson, affectionately known as "Robbie," looks around with growing excitement. One of the 52nd Security Forces Squadron dog handlers holds his leash as he watches retired U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Simpson, his once and future master, direct his fellow
  • Virtual Town Hall FAQs: Part II

    Editor's Note: this is part two of a series about the frequently asked questions during January's Virtual Town Hall.It's here at last...the answers to many of your Virtual Town Hall questions. Thanks for your patience as we searched high and low for the right answers; our subject matter experts worked hard to answer your queries, and in some cases,
  • Airmen commemorate fallen Wereth 11

    "Staff Sergeant Forte.""Staff Sergeant Forte!""Staff Sergeant Thomas J. Forte!!!""NOT PRESENT!!!"The voices belong to Airmen serving in today's Air Force, while the names belong to Soldiers killed half a century before the Airmen were born. But the reason tying them together for one moment centered on recognizing the fallen for their sacrifice and
  • Sabers units get the point: 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron

    The 52nd Fighter Wing has more than 30 units assigned, working day in and day out to fulfill the mission of defending American and allied interests while building partnership capacity. Throughout the year, 52nd FW Public Affairs will spotlight each of the wing's units, as together they serve a critical role in fulfilling this mission. This week's
  • Sabers units get the point: 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron

    The 52nd Fighter Wing has more than 30 units on and off base, working day in and day out to fulfill the mission of defending American and allied interests and building partner capacities. Throughout the year, 52nd FW Public Affairs will highlight each of the wing's units as together they serve a critical role in fulfilling this mission.What's the
  • Stop throwing money out your window

    We've all heard that we should save energy...but sometimes, members of the Saber Nation may be at a loss with why we should do it, and how exactly to do that. Here's a small example: opening your windows for a fresh breeze. With such a light winter this year, many people keep their heat on, but still open doors and windows to check if the sun is
  • Animal House Saber Nation's Veterinary Clinic

    The Spangdahlem Air Base veterinary clinic provides medical treatment to more than 20 animals a day. The clinic also provides medical treatment for military working dogs and household pets.
  • Transition GPS arms Airmen for life outside military

    In these times of fiscal restraint and force drawbacks, the time to explore options and potentially prepare for a life outside of the military is here. Luckily, the Airman and Family Readiness Center offers a course to aid Airmen in the switch from active duty service to being a member of the civilian workforce.The Transition Goals, Plans and
  • Weekend Duty: Note for note

    Weekend Duty is a band started by Col. Matt Humes and 2nd Lt. John McKinney during a News Year Eve party. Last year they played over 32 performance in various locations. They support the local community and Airmen by playing at venues like the Coffee Mill and events like the Annual Awards Banquet. 
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