Members from 52nd Logistics Readiness Squadron Individual Protective Equipment section have steadily supported the COVID-19 response by providing the base populous with proper gear, ensuring mission readiness at all times.
The U.S. Air Forces in Europe Band visited retirement homes surrounding Spangdahlem Air Base in the villages of Trier, Wittlich, and Landscheid, Germany, to build partnerships between the base and local communities and support those most impacted by COVID-19 restrictions.
The 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Fire and Emergency Services flight is staying mission ready through the COVID-19 pandemic by continuing training and responding to calls at a moment’s notice.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, service members have to quickly adapt and do what they can to accomplish the mission. Having to physically distance themselves or stay home to protect their health can cause challenges and new ways of not only doing their jobs, but keeping their stress levels low.
Department of Defense Education Activity closed buildings and launched digital learning for Spangdahlem Air Base schools in March 2020, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Although students are staying home and physically separated from classmates, the situation is showing a positive outcome.“Students
The 52nd Force Support Squadron Mosel Dining Facility began a transition from disposable to reusable meal trays, to be used by Airmen, in early March.
As the world is dealing with COVID-19, Spangdahlem Air Base is being proactive in coping with the virus. One way Spangdahlem AB is adapting is by using 3-D printers to make face shield frames.“A face shield is a plastic barrier above a face mask which helps protect the eyes and face of the wearer