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Default Air Force Logo Passport police keeps the 'lik' moving
Each year, more than 5,000 people arrive and depart Turkey through Incirlik's Passenger Service Terminal. The Turkish Passport Police ensure this process goes smoothly, but not having the proper documentation and paperwork can cause delays and possibly cost travelers money. The list of required items for travel includes: NATO travel orders (for
0 11/15
2006
Bryan Shipman, 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron quarterback, scores the winning touchdown in overtime to beat the 39th Contracting Squadron/Civil Engineering Squadron for the championship 18-12 on Nov. 14. (U.S. AIr Force photo by  Airman 1st Class Nathan W. Lipscomb) LRS smack equals back to back
It had all the elements of what a championship game is supposed to be, drama, high-emotions and big plays as the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron won their second consecutive Incirlik Intramural Flag Football Championship with an 18-12 overtime victory over the 39th Contracting Squadron/Civil Engineer Squadron. "We did what we said we were going
0 11/15
2006
Default Air Force Logo Winter motorcycle safety a top priority
Riding a motorcycle, just like driving a car, is not without risk. Adding winter weather to the mix makes getting around on two wheels even more treacherous. Rain is common during the winter here. Riding in the rain can be treacherous because pot holes are not visible when filled with standing water and the possibility of hydroplaning on wet roads
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2006
Sean Brown, 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron, catches a pass thrown by Brian Shipman 39th LRS. LRS beat SFS in overtime 14 to 7 on Nov. 13. LRS will play the 39th Contracting Squadron/Civil Engineer Squadron Nov. 14 at 6 p.m. for the championship. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke) LRS edges out SFS in overtime for championship spot
Offense sells tickets but defense wins games. This slogan was obviously apparent last night during the much anticipated rematch between the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the 39th Security Forces Squadron. The teams were playing for a spot in the championship game against the 39th Contracting/Civil Engineer Squadron and both teams had met
0 11/13
2006
Senior Airman John W. Smith, right, 728th Air Mobility Squadron aerial porter, loads palletes onto a C-17 Globemaster III with the aid of Tech. Sgt. Tom House, 728th AMS aircraft loadmaster. Risk management can range from wearing protective gloves and reflective belts to assessing the risk of moving the exact amount of cargo on any mission. Risk management should be executed during every activity. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Bill Gomez.) ORM: Don't leave it to a roll of the dice
Operational risk management. If you have been in the Air Force for any amount of time then the words should be familiar. New and haven't heard? Here are the steps broken down. Step 1. Identify the hazard The purpose of this step is to identify as many hazards as possible. A hazard can be any real or potential condition that can cause the mission to
0 11/13
2006
INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Bryan Shipman, 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron quarterback, looks for an open reciever to throw the ball to during intramural flag football playoff action against the 728th Air Mobitly Squadron on Nov. 9. LRS defeated AMS 31-21 to advance to the semi-final game aganst the SFS Nov. 13. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Colburn)                              Silence is golden as playoffs move on
What an exciting week of Incirlik Intramural flag football. As the field narrowed to three teams Nov. 9, the team who has said the least finds themselves in the championship game and waiting for the two teams who had the most to say during these playoffs. The silent but deadly 39th Contracting/Civil Engineer Squadron team finds themselves sitting
0 11/13
2006
INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Airmen with the 10th Tanker Air Force and 39th Air Base Wing commemorated Mustafa Kemal Ataturk?s memorial at 9:05 a.m, Nov. 10, in front of the 10th Tanker headquarters building with a salute as they pass by his statue. This year marks the 68th anniversary of Ataturk?s death.  Ataturk, the founder and first president of the modern Republic of Turkey, set up schools, separated religious affairs from state affairs and granted women equal rights as men. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke) Ataturk: Father of the Republic of Turkey
About 300 Airmena and families with the 10th Tanker Air Force and 39th Air Base Wing commemorated Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's memorial at 9:05 a.m, Nov. 10, in front of the 10th Tanker headquarters building. This year marked the 68th anniversary of Ataturk's death. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is the revered founder of the Republic of Turkey and is the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo The Misadventures of Airman Snuffy McDufflebag
I know it's been a while, but things have been crazy around here. First the Dallas Cowboys benched Drew Bledsoe, yea, but then we lost to the Washington Redskins last week on a fluke play, boo. If you voted, the Democrats are back in power in the House of Representatives and had to take Virginia and Montana to win the Senate - they succeeded. Also,
0 11/10
2006
INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey-- Airman First Class Nolan Palazolla,  39th Security Forces Squadron quarterback, keeps his cool in the pocket as the 39th Logistical Readiness Squadron's defense brings pressure during Inramural flag football playoff action Nov. 7.  SFS came out on top 20-19.  (U. S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Nathan W. Lipscomb) Watch what you say, look who is in the loser’s bracket
The term "All talk and no action," must have been coined for Intramural Flag Football teams like the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the 728th Air Mobility Squadron. Despite having the two best records in the regular season, and having a bye in the first round, both teams find themselves in the loser's bracket and fighting for their playoff
0 11/08
2006
Personal responsibility goes hand in hand with risk management. Being responsible for your actions both in public and in private, on and off duty makes it easier for Airmen not to end up in the back of a police car with handcufs on. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Renae Saylock) Personal Responsibility: A blessing not a burden
The most important thing to remember about personal responsibility is we may not be responsible for all that happens to us, but we are responsible for how we think, feel, and act. When it comes to the Air Force, personal responsibility goes hand-in-hand with integrity first. "Personal responsibility is extremely important to Airmen since it is
0 11/08
2006
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