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Staff Sgt. Heather Ricks, 39th Communications Squadron, looks over the selection of food at the Sultan's Inn Dining Facility Oct. 27. The Sultan's Inn, along with the rest of the 39th Service Squadron are competing for the Best Small Services squadron and Best Dining Facility in U.S. Air Forces in Europe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke) People First…Service Always
The men and women of the 39th Services Squadron are committed to their motto, "People First ... Service Always," as they prepare to face one of their biggest evaluations of the year, the Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe Eubank and Food Excellence Evaluations. The evaluations will ultimately recognize the USAFE nominees for Best Small Services
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Tech. Sgt. Brian Jones, 39th Air Base Wing noncommissioned officer in charge of public affairs, ensures the day's stories are updated and ready for the public Oct. 27. Members of the 39th ABW launched  "Incirlik Now" whcih gives members of the Incirlik community news at their finger tips. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oshawn Jefferson) The 'lik' jumps on internet express with Incirlik Now
News, according to Dictionary.Com, is a report of a recent event; intelligence, or information ... the key word being recent. The 39th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Office has given the members of Team Incirlik news at their finger tips. Now at the touch of a button base members can see up-to-date Incirlik news. The brainchild of Staff Sgt. Oshawn
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Vernon A. Reddick, left, 39th Air Base Wing school liasion officer, talks with Col. Ken Stefanek, 39th ABW vice commander, about various subjects ongoing at Incirlik American School on Oct. 27. Mr. Reddick was the inagural winner of the Department of Defense Education Activity Military Unity Commander Excellence Award. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oshawn Jefferson) SLO wins excellence award
Those he's been like a father to call him "Pop," his friends call him "Redd," and to those he ministers to most Sunday mornings at the 11:30 a.m. Gospel service he is Pastor, but he can now be called the inaugural winner of the Department of Defense Education Activity Military Unit Commander Excellence Award. "I was very surprised to receive the
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Seckin Atims, 39th Services Squadron community center recreation specialist, assists Joseph Lipscomb, a 21-year-old dependent, with purchashing a birthday gift at the "Just Because" Ballon and Gift Shop inside the community center Oct. 26. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oshawn Jefferson) Community center is where the fun starts
As people begin their tours at the place known as the Tip of the Sword, they often wonder what is there to do here. The 39th Services Squadron would tell you that the Incirlik Community Center is where the fun starts. "We are Incirlik's first stop for gifts, games and fun," said Selina Moorer, 39th SVS community center assistant director. "The
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Default Air Force Logo Incirlik third quarter award winners
Team Incirlik recognized its best and brightest Oct. 26 during the 39th Air Base Wing quarterly awards luncheon for the third quarter at the consolidated club. The  winners were: Airman of the Quarter Senior Airman Shenequa Johnson, 39th Medical Group Noncommissioned Officer of the QuarterTech. Sgt. Sheila Lawson, 39th Mission Support Group Senior
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Luciille Sutherland, far left, Incirlik American School assistant principal, and Sandra DiQuinzio, middle, IAS principal, lead IAS elementary school students down the road during the Red Ribbon Week parade against drugs, Oct. 26. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon) Incirlik ends Red Ribbon Week with parade
More than 100 children from Incirlik American School walked through the streets of Incirlik Oct. 26. Clad in red ribbons, red shirts they chanted "Give us hugs not Drugs" as they culminated Red Ribbon Week with a parade. The children were cheered on during the parade by more than 200 Airmen and dependent family members as they marched to tell the
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Default Air Force Logo Services competes for USAFE crown
In case you haven't heard, the 39th Services Squadron is one of two finalists USAFE-wide for the prestigious 2007 USAFE General Eugene L. Eubank Service Award, recognizing the Best Small Services Squadron, and the 2007 USAFE Food Excellence Award, recognizing the Best Dining Facility. Service's fierce competitors for 2007 are Aviano Air Base,
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Services club card puts power into Airmen's hands
Air Force Club Members get additional buying power on base. The newest addition to the Military Free Cash program includes Base Commissaries in the two-point category program designed specifically for Club members. What does that mean to you the Club Member? It means for each dollar in purchases on your card made in all Services activities,
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Jamie Lacy, (left) Incirlik Family childcare provider, plays with five-month-old Cassidy Moore while caring for the infant at her in-home daycare. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oshawn Jefferson) FCC helps parents focus on mission
For most military members with families, dropping the kids off at the Child Development Center Monday through Friday and working a 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift is the weekly habit. The convenience of the CDC makes it easy for parents to drop their children off and know they are getting quality childcare. For some military parents, the CDC lifestyle
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Default Air Force Logo Third quarter nonjudicial punishments
During the third quarter of the 2006 calendar year, the following nonjudicial punishments were given to members here. -- An airman first class from the 39th Medical Group received an Article 15 for violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 112A, for use of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and
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