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Default Air Force Logo Big losers hit Incirlik
It's never good to be called a loser but the Incirlik Health and Wellness Center is making the biggest losers winners. Beginning Jan. 7, the HAWC will be sponsoring the Incirlik Biggest Loser competition for the second year. "The idea behind the Biggest Loser competition is to get base members motivated to lose weight in a healthy way," said Staff
0 12/29
2006
Default Air Force Logo The Misadventures of Airman Snuffy McDufflebag
Can you believe it is about to be 2007. Wow in 2007 my wife and I will celebrate 10 years of marriage, my oldest child turns eight, despite their struggles my Dallas Cowboys have a chance to go to the Super Bowl, I find out where (or if) I am PCSing (or not) and I go on my fifth remote assignment. Yea! For most of us this week is when we announce
0 12/28
2006
The Tip of the Sword has gotten a facelift and now the Incirlik community gets news at their finger tips. At first glance the Incirlik Now Web site can seem a bit busy and overwhelming, but with this simple guide seeing “Our News, Our Stories, Today” is as easy as clicking a button. Since the Web site is a public site, this guide can assist your mother who is sitting in North Carolina, your spouse who is sitting at home or you with navigating through the Internet world of Incirlik. (Courtesy graphic)
Making your way through Incirlik Now
The Tip of the Sword has gotten a facelift and now the Incirlik community gets news at their finger tips. At first glance the Incirlik Now Web site can seem a bit busy and overwhelming, but with this simple guide seeing "Our News, Our Stories, Today" is as easy as clicking a button. Since the Web site is a public site, this guide can assist your
0 12/28
2006
Default Air Force Logo CAOC Six, TuAF work side-by-side
U.S. Forces work side-by-side with counterparts from around the world performing missions vital to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. This is especially true at the Combined Air Operations Center Six, which is located in Eskisehir, Turkey. CAOC Six is a subordinate Command and Control Center of NATO's Allied Air Forces Southern Europe. It
0 12/28
2006
More than 70 base members submitted artwork for the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Artist and Craftsman. The artwork was showcased at the Consolidated Club Nov. 7 and viewed by more than 200 people. The artwork was then sent to compete at the USAFE level and Incirlik had 10 of the 50 pieces of art selected for the Air Force showcase. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chris Galindo) Incirlik artists have artwork chosen for AF showcase
Eight Team Incirlik members proved they had an eye for the arts when their artwork was chosen from hundreds to be showcased Air Force wide. "On November 7 at the Consolidated Club, the Arts and Crafts Center sponsored a base-wide photo and arts and crafts showcase," said Laurel Edgar, Arts and Crafts Center director. "There were 73 outstanding
0 12/28
2006
Tanker Bufe-café in the Turkish housing has gotten a face-lift and reopened as a café-pastry shop to serve base populace, Turkish and American. It is open between 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, including weekends and holidays. The cafe offers a variety of cakes, cookies, Turkish pastries and traditional Turkish sweets like baklava and kadayif. The cafe also serves cold and hot drinks, from Turkish tea to hot chocolate, from cappuccino to fruit juice alongside the daily produced products. In addition to pastry products, Tanker café also offers fast food items like hamburgers, fries, and toast. In the futureTanker Café will add doners and ice cream to thier menu.

"The pastries are among the best I have ever tasted," said 39th Air Base Wing Commander, Col. "Tip" Stinnette, who attended the re-opening. (Photo courtesy of the 10th Tanker Command). Tanker Bufe re-opens
Tanker Bufe-café in the Turkish housing has gotten a face-lift and reopened as a café-pastry shop to serve base populace, Turkish and American. It is open between 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, including weekends and holidays. The cafe offers a variety of cakes, cookies, Turkish pastries and traditional Turkish sweets like baklava and kadayif. The cafe
0 12/27
2006
Displaying large sums of money could make you a target during the holidays. All USAFE personnel and their family members should remain vigilant of their surroundings, taking prudent measures to protect themselves and others from becoming targets, either intentionally or incidentally. Holiday force protection risk reminder
This holiday season we must continue to balance our celebration with our force protection risks. Many personnel are traveling over the holidays while others stay closer to home. In either case, we must ensure complacency does not take the place of common sense and good force protection practices. We ask all U.S. Air Forces in Europe personnel and
0 12/22
2006
Base members can now view AFN/Prime Freedom on channel 12. AFN/Prime Freedom shows the same programming as AFN/ just two hours early. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Tim Beckham) AFN brings one more channel to the line up
If you're surfing through the channels tonight you might notice something a little different ... and I am not talking about Frosty the Snowman (which plays tonight on AFN/Family at 9 p.m.). Members of Team Incirlik now have one more channel to surf. Base members can now view AFN/Prime Freedom on channel 12. AFN/Prime Freedom shows the same
0 12/22
2006
INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Sukru Yasuk, a baker, prepares a cherry pie at the Sultan's Inn.  The dining facility here helped the 39th Services Squadron earn an Air Force-level services award.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Michelle Miranda) Services holiday hours
Following are the hours of operation for 39th Services Squadron activities for the holidays. All activities are open normal operating hours unless otherwise noted below.The Consolidated Club - Closed Dec. 24, 25 and Jan. 1. Open Dec. 26 and for the New Year's Eve Bash and Brunch on Dec. 31. Magic Carpet Bowling - Closed Jan. 1 - 3. Hodja Lakes Golf
0 12/22
2006
Default Air Force Logo Officials release '07 pay charts
The holiday season may mean gifts, decorations and well deserved time off, but it also means military pay raises are just around the corner. According to officials, basic pay will increase by 2.2 percent for all grades and basic allowance for sustenance will increase by 2.8 percent beginning January 1. "Two percent might not sound like much but
0 12/22
2006
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