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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.
Aircraft 91-0343, a U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon assigned to the 480th Fighter Squadron, became the first block 50 F-16 in U.S. Air Forces Europe-Air Forces Africa and the second in the U.S. Air Force to cross the 10,000 flight hours milestone, at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, April 23,
COVID-19 has caused challenges for service members, civilians and families. As Saber Nation fights through the pandemic, Spangdahlem Air Base Chaplains are working hard to ensure individuals have the support they need to cope with the situation.
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.
For some people, physical distancing is a new concept, but certain U.S. Air Force Airmen here practice it daily to make the mission happen.Airmen from the 52nd Operations Support Squadron Air Traffic Control Ground Controlled Approach radar facility make sure aircraft remain safe in the airspace
The 52nd Medical Group is supporting the base by continually providing critical services while combating the spread of COVID-19. The 52nd MDG provides medical and dental services to keep Airmen from the 52nd Fighter Wing ready to ‘fight tonight’, but also maintains medical tools essential to combat