Spangdahlem Firefighters Tame the COVID-19 Flames

Spangdahlem Firefighters Tame the COVID-19 Flames
With fire and emergency services holding the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Fire and Emergency Services Flight is staying mission-ready by implementing new safety measures to keep members safe while training and responding to calls at a moment's notice.

''We do a complete wipe-down of all high-touch surfaces at a minimum of three times per day,'' said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Ostrom, the flight's chief of operations. ''We wear masks when we cannot maintain the required separation, like while driving and during training events. We have suspended all multicrew training, limited vehicle movements and have changed emergency response procedures to minimize interaction between crews where possible.''
 

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