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  • Trash talking runs high before football playoffs

    Incirlik Air Base is raring up for the Intramural Flag Football Playoffs starting Nov. 6. The season has been a tough one with a lot of close calls but the two teams who came out on top in the regular season were the 728th Air Mobility Squadron, ranked second, and the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron, ranked first. The 39th LRS isn't worried at
  • Off-base gas coupons void after New Year

    The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has mandated that as of Jan. 1, all gas coupons will no longer be valid. The gas coupons will be replaced by an electronic chip that will be installed in your vehicle. Each registered MA plated car is eligible to have a chip installed. This chip will then authorize customers to purchase fuel at select
  • 2006 Customer Satisfaction Survey

    In a continued effort to improve the quality of education the Department of Defense Education Activity provides for base children, the parent's voice is a critical one. How successful has DoDEA been in meeting base children's needs this year and are there areas where they have room for improvement? The parent's opinion is very important to DoDEA
  • November fuel prices to decrease

    The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is announcing a decrease in gasoline prices for the month of November. The average cost of a gallon of gasoline in the United States has been falling due to an oversupply of crude oil: good news for drivers. To establish November prices, AAFES used the two week Department of Energy average from the weeks
  • Bands bring tour to Europe, deployed troops

    Bands from Air Force Reserve Command and U.S. Air Forces in Europe join up with guest artists to entertain families and troops in late November. Country music artist Jaime O'Neal, entertainer of the air waves Delilah, John Popper of the platinum-selling group Blues Traveler, and the New England Patriots cheerleaders will tour USAFE bases and
  • A base's worst nightmare

    One of a base's worst nightmares is responding to an aircraft crash. Imagine a plane getting ready to land on base, experiencing a malfunction and crashing off the end of the runway. When this happens there is a joint effort between American and Turkish responders that must go above and beyond to ensure the situation gets handled correctly. Joint
  • Dog teams help keep the 'Lik' safe

    Maintaining safety and security at an installation that has been in Force Protection Condition Charlie for more than three years takes a lot of teamwork. Although the 39th Security Forces Squadron and 10th Tanker Security Battalion use some of the most advanced technology to defend the base, detecting bombs on Incirlik starts with the tip of a
  • Incirlik trick-or-treat hours rescheduled

    Due to inclement weather Incirlik's Halloween trick-or-treating hours have been rescheduled. Trick-or-treating hours are now scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 2, from 6-8 p.m. Other indoor activities such as, Youth Activities and Fall Harvest will remain as scheduled. Tune in to AFN news sources for further details.
  • 9-1-1 Responders…who’s listening in

    The phone leaves the receiver and only three numbers are dialed, 9-1-1. Your emergency has now become the emergency of three Incirlik units on standby 24 hours a day. "911 ... please state your emergency and if you need fire or medical services." Those words are spoken by the Security Forces Law Enforcement dispatcher; however, what you may not
  • ‘Lik’ soccer teams compete at USAFE tourney

    The Incirlik men's and women's soccer teams took to the pitch recently when they competed in the 2006 U.S. Air Forces in Europe Soccer Tournament Oct. 16 to 20. The five-day tourney, which was hosted at Sembach Air Base, Germany, welcomed 11 teams from five different bases where the teams played in a round robin style tournament to determine the
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