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Default Air Force Logo Preplanning meals prevents holiday stomach woes
Most of us have fond memories of holiday meals past, with family and friends gathered around a table full of good food. Center for Disease Control estimates that 76 million people get sick, more than 300,000 are hospitalized and 5,000 Americans die each year from foodborne illness. Following the food safety tips below can help prevent unnecessary
0 11/21
2006
Members of the Operation Season's Greetings troupe touched down here Nov. 20 to kick off their 2006 tour. Bands from Air Force reserve Command and U.S. Air Forces in Europe join country music artist Jaime O?Neal, entertainer of the airwaves, Delilah, John Popper of the platinum-selling group Blues Traveler and members of the New England Patriots cheerleaders for this year's show. (Courtesy photo) OSG touches down at the 'Lik'
Members of the Operation Season's Greetings troupe touched down here Nov. 20 to kick off their 2006 tour. Bands from Air Force reserve Command and U.S. Air Forces in Europe join country music artist Jaime O'Neal, entertainer of the airwaves, Delilah, John Popper of the platinum-selling group Blues Traveler and members of the New England Patriots
0 11/20
2006
Default Air Force Logo The Misadventures of Airman Snuffy McDufflebag
What can I say, the Indianapolis Colts went into Texas Stadium 9-0 and the top team in the NFL, they left 9-1 and all I can say is, "How about them Cowboys?", I told Tim (a Colts fan) we would rock them Bamas. Dallas is riding high and primed for a great Thanksgiving football game. That and the fact that Emmitt Smith danced off with the mirror
0 11/20
2006
Staff Sgt. Edwin Lopez, 39th Civil Engineer Squadron security alarm technician, poses with his third-place trophy for the 2006 U.S. Air Forces in Europe Air Forces Bodybuilding show and his first-place medal for the 2006 IMA-Europe Power lifting Tourmanent. Sergeant Lopez works out Monday through Friday to maintain his imposing physique. (Courtesy photo) Incirlik Airman medals in bodybuilding
For some people working out is just something they do every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during unit PT. For Staff Sgt. Edwin Lopez, 39th Civil Engineer Squadron security alarm technician, working out comes as easy as eating. That "eating" has paid off ... in gold and bronze these past months. Sergeant Lopez competed in the U.S. Air Forces in
0 11/20
2006
Nicole Kulas (green shirt) and Emily Ozgul (pink shirt) run past the water station by Arkadas Park during Incirlik's first half marathon Nov. 18. Both women have been training for the half marathon for more than nine weeks. This is Mrs. Kulas' fourth half marathon and Mrs. Ozgul's first. They finished just over two hours.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke) Spouses take stab at half marathon
Running a mile and a half in less than 14 minutes is a daunting task for many Air Force members. For others, completing a 13-mile half marathon would be out of the question, but two Incirlik spouses took the challenge head on. Nicole Kulas and Emily Ozgul finished the first Incirlik half marathon in two hours and five minutes, Mrs. Kulas's personal
0 11/18
2006
Captain Leontyne Fields presents Major Carol Lynn Shaffer with a bouquet of flowers after the Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon for her outstanding support Nov. 16 at the 39th Medical Group clinic.  The Luncheon was held at the Hospital Pavilion and was put together to help women learn about breast cancer and how to help treat it.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Tiffany A. Colburn)                               'Lik' shows its support for breast cancer awareness
More than 200 people from around the Incirlik community gather together Nov. 16 at the 39th Medical Group clinic to show their support at the Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon and Fashion Show. "The luncheon was wonderful and I really appreciate all of the dedication from the speakers and fashion show model," said Maj. Carol Shaffer, 39th Medical
0 11/17
2006
Thanksgiving dinner. (Courtesy photo) Turkey 101: How to make a good Thanksgiving turkey
If you're the appointed to cook the turkey this Thanksgiving and you're stressing to the max because you've never done it before, take comfort in knowing this -- roasting the turkey is the easiest part of the entire traditional feast. Check your commissary for the turkey tailored to your specific needs -- we've got them big and small and everything
0 11/17
2006
Orchid Siedow, left, and her daughter, Beyham, a junior at Incirlik High School, look online for colleges during College Night at Incirlik American School on Nov. 15. College Night was held in the media menter at the shchool and it was a way for high school students and their parents to learn about different colleges and the education opportunities available to them. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany A. Colburn)                               Taking the next step
Students from Incirlik American School showed up to the media center there for college night. More than 20 students from the high school show up to explore their education and job opportunities after graduation.
0 11/16
2006
Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Carpino, the 385th Air Expeditionary Group deployed vehicle control officer, visits with KC, the mascot of the 90th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Robbie Finley) Guard members get unlikely mascot
On any given day, a person could take a stroll through the 90th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron's facilities and run into the dog known as KC. KC, an Anatolian Sheppard, is the unofficial mascot of the 90th EMXS, and every unit that makes their way through here ends up caring for her as if she were one of their own. As the story goes, KC just
0 11/16
2006
Senior Master Sgt. John Temar II, the 90th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron deployed production superintendent, and Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Koratzanis, the 90th EMXS deployed maintenance superintendent, inspect the paperwork for a KC-135E Stratotanker engine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Robbie Finley) Jersey hands over reigns to Illinois
The 108th Air Refueling Wing, McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., passed the refueling reigns to the 126th Air Refueling Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Before departing the 108th made their mark in supporting Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Over a hundred service members from McGuire's "super tanker" unit took over the 90th Expeditionary
0 11/16
2006
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