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INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- A portion of 94,000 pounds of cargo is loaded onto a C-17 Feb. 21 before reaching its final destination of Kabul Air Base, Afghanistan.  A total of 23 pallets and five trailers were palletized by Turkish and U.S. Air Force servicemembers in a joint effort that was accomplished on two C-17 flights.  The pallets and trailers loaded for transport included uniforms and equipment for the Afghan army. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb) 'Lik' ships 94,000 pounds of cargo downrange

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Brandy contemplates jumping into the base swimming pool after a tennis ball, early Feb. 17, during the annual Dog Day at the pool. Base members were encouraged to bring their four-legged friends to the pool for a little dip. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke)
A dog day afternoon

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Default Air Force Logo Save energy, save the Air Force
Energy. Energy. Energy. Conserving energy is a topic making headlines throughout the world. At a glance, it seems too big of a problem to solve, but a closer look proves that individuals can make a difference -- starting at Incirlik Air Base.With budget cuts Air Force- and USAFE-wide, conserving energy has moved to the top of the list to help make
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Default Air Force Logo Peanut butter consumer warning
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Defense Commissary Agency are pulling Peter Pan or Great Value peanut butter off the shelves due to a Food and Drug Administration warning Feb. 13 that links 288 cases of food borne illness in 39 states to consumption of varying types of the product.According to an AAFES release, the FDA is warning
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Maj. Bryan Gillespie, 39th Security Forces Squadron commander, congratulates the Airmen of the 39th SFS for winning the U. S. Air Forces in Europe Best Large Security Forces Squadron for 2006 Feb. 15.  (U. S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Nathan W. Lipscomb)      39th SFS named best in USAFE

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Lt. Gen. Robert Bishop, 3rd Air Force commander, answers questions from Team Incirlik members during an Airmen’s all call Feb. 13. The event was one of many stops by General Bishop and Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Westermeyer, 3rd Air Force acting command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb) 3rd Air Force commander visits 'Lik'
Lt. Gen. Robert Bishop, 3rd Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Westermeyer, acting 3rd AF command chief, visited Incirlik Feb. 12 through 14 to see different work centers and to hold an Airmen's call. General Bishop made it one of his priorities to let the members of Team Incirlik know what 3rd Air Force does and how the 'Lik' fits
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Maj. LaVonne Shingler, 39th Contracting Squadron commander, addresses Turkish venders during Vender Day at the Adana, Turkey Hilton Feb 13.  Vender Day was set up by the contracting squadron to inform Turkish venders how to obtain a contract with Incirlik Air Base.  (U. S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Nathan W. Lipscomb) Incirlik opens gates to local vendors
More than 100 current and potential Incirlik vendors were educated on the government contracting program at the annual Vendor Day event hosted by the 39th Contracting Squadron Feb. 14."The main purpose for this seminar is for vendors to become familiar with the contracting process so we can expand and increase competition among the contractor
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Default Air Force Logo Air Force to implement second DOS rollback
The Air Force has adjusted its force-shaping numbers in response to better-than-expected retention rates in fiscal year 2006. In a message dated Jan. 26, officials said the Air Force must cut 3,090 Airmen by Sept. 30 in order to meet this year's force shaping goals. The Air Force will use three personnel programs to help meet the goal. Those
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Properly named avian influenza, this virus has spurred global awareness and growing concerns about the possibility of the virus changing into a form that passes efficiently from person-to-person. (Courtesy graphic) Bird flu facts and how to protect yourself
A global outbreak of disease -- that is what many people think when they hear the words "bird flu." But is it really the next pandemic or just "fowl" play? Properly named avian influenza, this virus has spurred global awareness and growing concerns about the possibility of the virus changing into a form that passes efficiently from
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Default Air Force Logo AFSO 21: Depending on Airmen to improve processes
Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century is the Air Force's dedicated effort to maximize value and minimize waste in all of our processes. For this program to be successful, ideas for improvements in work centers have to come from the Airmen most familiar with the unit's practices. To help Airmen identify AFSO 21 projects and guide them
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