The 52nd Fighter Wing — Spangdahlem Air Base’s host wing — maintains, deploys and employs F-16CJ and A/OA-10 aircraft and TPS-75 radar systems in support of NATO and the national defense directives. The wing supports the Supreme Allied Commander Europe with mission-ready personnel and systems providing expeditionary air power. The wing also supports contingencies and operations other than war.
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The consumer confidence report summarizes all drinking water sampling performed by the 52nd Medical Group of the water system here during the past full calendar year and provides consumers with a snapshot of their everyday water quality. To view the entire report click here.
Congratulations to the staff sergeants from Spangdahlem Air Base who were selected for promotion to technical sergeant. The Air-Force wide selection rate this year for promotion to the rank of technical sergeant was 17.43 percent. Individual scores are now posted on the Air Force Portal.
As a reminder, selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is no later than 10 days after the promotion release date.
Fifteen Spangdahlem Airmen received kudos from wing leadership during a Diamond Sharp Award ceremony at Club Eifel June 23.
The First Sergeants Council sponsors the quarterly program to recognize deserving Airmen for their commitment for professionalism, job performance and selfless service.
"Whether challenging yourself or challenging others to be better, you're bringing them along and setting the example for your peers, those who work for you and around you--which is exactly what we need," said Col. Lars Hubert, 52nd Fighter Wing acting wing commander. "I encourage you to get out there and continue to do that each and every day and motivate the people in our wing to make things better." more...
What would you do? The DoD received 5,061 reports of alleged sexual assult in 2013 with more than 54 percent involving service member-on-service member crime. Every Airmen is responsible for stepping in when something is not right, even in seemingly awkward situations. We all have a role in combating sexual assault. It is essential that every service member, from all levels of the military, knows that dignity and respect are core values we follow.