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  • Heartlink keeps spouses informed

    The military way of life takes some getting used to especially for spouses and dependents who have never lived on or around military installations.Heartlink is a program run by the Airman and Family Readiness Center that helps spouses and dependents ease into the military way of life. Heartlink provides a day-long seminar beginning with an
  • Have a good wingman plan

    A junior officer walks into a bar. That's not the setup for a dumb joke, but a tragic and all-too-familiar story. The lieutenant is out partying with his friends when he suddenly disappears from their sight. He walks out of the club, climbs into his car and tries to drive home on the wrong side of the road with a blood alcohol level at nearly twice
  • Team Incirlik recognizes annual award winners

    The 39th Air Base Wing recognized its best and brightest March 2 at the 2006 Annual Awards Banquet held at the Consolidated Club. The winners were: Airman of the Year Senior Airman Erik Catalfu, 39th Communications Squadron Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Tech. Sgt. Valerie Mullens, 39th Communications Squadron Senior Noncommissioned Officer of
  • Energy team mandates conservation program

    Put your reading glasses on and start dressing in layers because the Air Force is getting tough on conserving energy at Incirlik Air Base.Earlier this month, Col. "Tip" Stinnette, 39th Air Base Wing commander, and our team of energy experts launched a new energy conservation program, "Better Stewards of Energy, While Saving Us Money." After
  • Four members of CS win USAFE awards

    Four members of the 39th Communications Squadron earned individual U.S. Air Forces in Europe communications and information awards for 2006."The awards are great for the squadron," said Maj. Michael Cote, 39th CS commander. "I know these individuals are superstars, but it's nice to know that USAFE sees them as superstars as well."Staff Sgt. Jason
  • CE/MSS/SVS repeat as base champs

    History repeated itself Feb. 28 when the 39th Civil Engineer, Mission Support and Services Squadron's combined team beat the 39th Security Forces Squadron 48-44 in the Intramural Basketball Championship game at the fitness center.The hard-fought defensive battle was almost a mirror image of the 2006 championship which pitted these two teams against
  • Incirlik poker champ now to compete at USAFE

    As many might have noticed, the Consolidated Club's banquet room has been transformed into a mini casino every Saturday night for the past couple of months where poker sharks and poker-shark wannabes come together to face off in hopes of becoming the Incirlik poker champion.The wait is finally over and a winner was crowned, as Staff Sgt. Ryan
  • Why deteriorate when you can consolidate

    The Airmen of Team Incirlik continue to adapt to personnel changes, which will leave Incirlik with 200 less positions in the near future. In response to an Air Force-wide consolidation of Information Managers the men and women of the 39th Communications Squadron are combining the remaining 17 information managers into three centrally located work
  • School kicks off reading campaign

    Col. "Tip" Stinnette, 39th Air Base Wing commander, reads Dr. Suess' Green Eggs and Ham, to Mrs. Reddick's second grade class March 2. March 2 is Dr. Suess' birthday and is also the start of the National Education Association's Read Across America campaign. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Tim Beckham)
  • 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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