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  • Club Beyond readies for Slovakia Service Project

    What is your child doing for Spring break? Instead of a week of Playstation 2 tournaments and complaining about how boring it is here, send your high school son or daughter on a spring break that will impact them for a life time. Incirlik High School students are invited to join more than 800 U.S. military dependant student, and adult small group
  • Incirlik adopts new responsible choices program

    The 39th Air Base Wing's safety office recently began implementing the Air Force's Culture of Responsible Choices Program. The program aims to shift airmen's perceptions, habits and actions to keep them safe and ready to fight. Major Ken Ernewein, 39th Air Base Wing safety chief, said responsible choices affect more than just the airmen that make
  • Incirlik Girl Scout cookies go on sale

    Col. "Tip" Stinnette, 39th Air Base Wing commander, listens to Lauren McMath, a Girl Scout with troop 52, explain why he should buy Girl Scout cookies, Jan. 19. Girl Scout cookies go on sale Jan. 20 at the Base Exchange and the Shoppette from noon to 6 p.m. and Jan. 21 at the Base Exchange from noon to 6 p.m. Cookies are $3.50 a box and the Girl
  • JA answers tax issues

    Over the last several weeks, the legal office has been finalizing preparation for this year's tax program. Thanks to the base's assistance, we have now identified this year's volunteers and are readying them for their training in the third week of January and the start of the program Feb. 5. Fortunately, this year we are able to leverage our
  • School photo makeup day Jan. 19

    The Incirlik American School's makeup photo day is Jan. 19 from 8 to 10:50 a.m. for new students and students who missed the first photo shoot. Each teacher will have times blocked off for their students' photos to be taken. For details, call the schools' office at 676-3109/6449/6330.
  • MOAA scholarship season open

    The Military Officers Association of America officially began its 2007 "Base/Post Scholarship" program recently, and will be offering individual $1,000 grants to 25 dependents of active duty personnel worldwide. To be eligible, a student must be under the age of 24, working on their first undergraduate degree, and a dependent child of an active
  • LRS: Key to getting AEF 5/6 out

    Airmen and deployments go hand-in-hand nowadays. Here at Incirlik, base members deploying with Air Expeditionary Force rotation 5/6 couldn't have gotten out of the door without the members of the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron. All deployments start with a tasking received by the unit deployment manager. The base deployment manager, Staff Sgt.
  • USAFE celebrates 65 years of Airpower

    United States Air Forces in Europe celebrates its 65th anniversary! The oldest, continuously active Air Force MAJCOM began on Jan. 19, 1942, when the War Department established Headquarters Eighth Air Force. USAFE continues its forward presence in Europe and Africa - from delivering bombs in World War II to delivering humanitarian supplies to
  • MLK moment of silence

    In observance for Martin Luther King Day, celebrated Jan. 15, the base will be honoring Dr. King with a moment of silence at 11:45 a.m. Jan. 16. Base members are encouraged to stop what they are doing during the moment of silence out of respect for Dr. King.
  • New aircraft demand increased FOD vigilance

    Controlling Foreign Object Debris on any airfield is crucial, but with the arrival of F-16s to Incirlik, the FOD program here has become even more important. "The FOD program is important because it helps to eliminate the potential for unnecessary damage to aircraft caused by foreign objects," said Master Sgt. Michael Martinez, 39th Maintenance
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