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The 39th Security Forces Squadron (in blue jersey's) up ended the 39th Civil Engineer/Mission Support/Services Squadron, 68-60, in intramural basketball to force a championship finale at 7 p.m. tonight at the Fitness Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kelly Leguillon) Cops upend CE/MSS/SVS, force finale
What a difference a year makes, then again ... maybe not.The 39th Security Forces Squadron upended the 39th Civil Engineer/Mission Support/Services Squadron, 68-60, in intramural basketball to force a championship finale at 7 p.m. tonight at the Fitness Center.The title game is a rematch a last year's championship which was claimed by the CES/MSS
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Default Air Force Logo 39th becomes part of Incirlik past, present
The U.S. Air Force manned Cigli Air Base, Turkey, a site for SM-78 Jupiter intermediate range ballistic missiles, side-by-side with Turkish Air Force members until Turkish crews took control of the site in 1962 click here. In an effort to bring units with combat history into the theater, U.S. Air Forces in Europe inactivated Incirlik's 7126th Air
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Default Air Force Logo MDG to hold town hall meeting Feb.28
The 39th Medical Group will be holding a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 28 at Crossroad's Café. The meeting, which is open to all, will have the medical group's doctors and nurses as well as people from the business side to answer any medical questions or concerns you might have. The meeting will also provide a great opportunity for anyone who
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Airmen of the 728th Air Mobility Squadron load cargo on a C-17 Globemaster III late Tuesday night on Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. Team Incirlik moved 94,000 pounds of cargo in joint effort with its Turkish host to support the Afghan Army. (U. S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan W. Lipscomb) Turkish-U.S. effort brings supplies to Afghan Army
In a joint effort between Turkish and U.S. Air Forces 94,000 pounds of palletized cargo was transported via two C-17s, to its final destination of Kabul Air Base, Afghanistan, Feb. 21. The 23 pallets and five trailers of cargo consisted of uniforms and equipment for the Afghan army to use in the War on Terrorism.The Turkish and U.S. Air Force
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Default Air Force Logo Tickets available for USAFE's Annual Awards Banquet
Tickets for the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Annual Awards Banquet are available for purchase.The USAFE Annual Awards Banquet will be 6:30 p.m. on April 6 at the Ramstein Air Base Officers' Club. Ticket prices for the mixed grill (chicken and beef) are $27 for club members and $29 for nonmembers; for the grilled salmon are $24 for club members and $26
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Default Air Force Logo AFN Det. 7 brings home the hardware
The motto of the American Forces Network is "We bring you home." In 2006, Incirlik's AFN Detachment 7 brought home more than great radio and television programming.In the last couple of months, AFN Incirlik has been recognized for their efforts of the past year by claiming Air Force News Service's Directors Excellence Award for best broadcast
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Default Air Force Logo Line of Duty and Crossing the Line with Alcohol
There are obvious adverse consequences of drinking too much alcohol and engaging in foolish behavior. There are also some not-so-obvious consequences for military members, such as the possibility of being found outside of the line of duty due to misconduct. If, as a result of overindulgence of alcohol, you die or sustain an illness or injury
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Default Air Force Logo Officer PME: Training today’s leaders every step of the way
A lot of training goes into an officer to make them a great leader. Like Vince Lombardi said, "Leaders aren't born they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work." Professional Military Education is an integral part of an officer's military career, and it is this training that molds an officer into a leader. Officer PME
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Default Air Force Logo CCAF more important than ever for NCOs
A college education can bring noncommissioned officer's knowledge, success and a couple more stripes on their sleeve. And that education is readily available through the Community College of the Air Force."I'm currently working long hours to complete my master's degree. The reality of it is, if I had not completed my associate's degree through the
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Default Air Force Logo 39th Security Forces wins USAFE squadron award
The 39th Security Forces Squadron has earned the rights to one of the highest honors a squadron may ever receive--the Best Large Security Forces Squadron in U.S. Air Forces in Europe for 2006. The award, which encompasses nearly every duty position security forces performs, means a lot to a squadron that had long since been forgotten in this
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