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  • 39th Weapons System Security Group

    The 39th Weapons System Security Group provides command and control and oversight for 500+ personnel across three squadrons. The group provides compliance-driven maintenance, airfield, and force protection capabilities that underpin successful execution of a variety of mission sets and airfield management mission sets. It directly supports U.S.,
  • Heat and Flag Conditions

    IntroductionThe goal of the thermal stress management program is to prevent heat-related injuries through education and monitoring. Monitoring is conducted May through October when temperatures are expected to reach 85 degrees Fahrenheit as a daily high and during readiness exercises. The Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) measurements take into
  • Incirlik Voting Assistance

    Welcome to your Incirlik Air Base voting assistance center! We are here to assist you in all of your voting needs and inquiries regarding voting from our overseas location. Just because we are located thousands of miles from our familiar homeland does not mean our right to include our vote in elections goes away.Your voting office is co-located
  • RUFIT SPIRITUAL RESILIENCY TOOLS

    CHAPEL:If you need a chaplain from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., call DSN 676-6441. After duty hours, weekends or holidays, call the command post at DSN 676-9920 and ask for the duty chaplain.Chapel Worship Schedules:Roman Catholic:Sunday Catholic Mass- 9:00 a.m.Catholic religious education Sundays after MassDaily Mass- 10:30 a.m.Monday through
  • 39th Operations Support Squadron

    The 39 Operations Support Squadron leads world-class airfield & support operations to orchestrate and control US, Turkish, and coalition forces operating at Incirlik Airbase in the execution of full-spectrum airpower and nuclear deterrent operations.Our vision is to be USAFE’s premier power projection platform and the wing’s agile fulcrum between
  • RUFIT PHYSICAL RESILIENCY TOOLS

    Incirlik Fitness Center:Bldg 973DSN: 676-6086Commercial:322 316 6086Hours of OperationMonday-Thursday4:30 a.m.- 10:30 p.m.Friday4:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.Saturday & Sunday8 a.m. - 9 p.m.Schedules and events can be found at: http://www.39fss.com/fitness.htmlThe following services and classes are available to Active Duty Airmen and family members:Incentive
  • RUFIT MENTAL RESILIENCY TOOLS

    Chaplain: If you need a chaplain from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., call DSN 676-6441. After duty hours, weekends or holidays, call the command post at DSN 676-9920 and ask for the duty chaplain.Chapel services:Monday-ThursdayReconciliation 11 a.m.Catholic Daily Mass 11:30 a.m.SundayGospel service 11:30 a.m.Traditional service 1:30 p.m.Latter Day Saints
  • RUFIT SOCIAL RESILIENCY TOOLS

    Family Advocacy: DSN: 676-6452Commercial: 0322-316-6452Services offered include:Anger Management ClassesStress Management ClassesRelationship Enhancement ClassesHome visitation for expecting parentsFamily violence reporting via an Unrestricted Report or a Restricted ReportEqual Opportunity:DSN: 676-6210Commercial: 0322-316-6210Services
  • Vehicle Inspection and Registration

    Car RegistrationIn Turkey, all vehicle owners must pay road tax in order to register their vehicles. Under the Status of Forces Agreement, United States personnel (military and civilian employees) are exempt from such taxes. Your commander's support staff and the Security Force Squadron Pass and Registration office will assist you with application
  • Incirlik Air Base History

    The U.S. Engineering Group began construction of the base located approximately 250 miles southeast of Ankara, Turkey, in the spring of 1951. The U.S. Air Force initially planned to use the base as an emergency staging and recovery site for medium and heavy bombers. The Turkish General Staff and the U.S. Air Force signed a joint use agreement for
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Incirlik History

The U.S. Engineering Group began construction of the base located approximately 250 miles southeast of Ankara, Turkey, in the spring of 1951. The U.S. Air Force initially planned to use the base as an emergency staging and recovery site for medium and heavy bombers. The Turkish General Staff and the U.S. Air Force signed a joint use agreement for the new base in December 1954. Fact Sheet

Sensitivities

Turks are very proud of their history and the founder of their country, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. They show a great respect to Ataturk's name, pictures and statues. Do not act disrespectfully to Ataturk's name, pictures or statues, including Turkish money, which has Ataturk's picture on it. Fact Sheet

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