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Practicing fire prevention everyday prevents fires like the one above, which happened here due to unattended cooking. (U.S. Air Force photo courtesy of the Incirlik fire department) Fire safety in housing
It's getting close to dinner and the food is almost finished. All that's left is the shrimp sautéing in the lemon and butter sauce on the stove. Only a few more minutes left ... the phone rings, it's in the other room. No worries, just go get it and come right back. It's family on the phone. Go back to the kitchen, checking on the kids in the
0 10/05
2006
Airman 1st Class Alex Griffin, AFN Det. 7 broadcaster, films  Tech. Sgt. Kevin Ward and his family for a holiday greeting message Tuesday. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Oshawn Jefferson) Greetings brings ‘Lik’ home for the holidays
Moms, Dads, brothers, sisters, extended families and close friends were told they were loved and missed here Monday and Tuesday when 221 Airmen and civilian contractor's families sent their holiday greetings home. An Army and Air Force Hometown News Service holiday greetings team stopped here as part of a worldwide tour to film messages from
0 10/05
2006
Default Air Force Logo When in October, do as the German’s do
The 39th Services Squadron, along with 12 private organizations, will host Incirlik's annual Octoberfest Saturday in recognition of the age-old German tradition celebrated worldwide. What better way to kick off the weekend and the month of October than with a day of family, fun and great tasting beverages? If you aren't at Leisure Time Park between
0 10/05
2006
Airman 1st Class TirNi Dowl, 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron receiving technician, checks out at the Sultan’s Inn Dining Facility during the reopening Wednesday night. The Sultan Inn was closed for two months for exhaust hood renovations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Patrice Clarke) Sultan’s Inn reopens doors to ‘Lik’ community
The aroma of sizzling bacon and frying eggs wafted throughout the base Wednesday night with the reopening of the Sultan's Inn Dining Facility. The Sultan's Inn, which was closed for two months due to exhaust hood renovations, opened its doors to 268 customers, with a new look and new customer orientated features. "I liked getting BAS for two
0 10/05
2006
Tyrone Dukes, also known as Mr. T by his students, plays with the children at the water table at the Child Development Center Sept. 23.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb) Miniature people come first at CDC
If people were to take a look around the Incirlik Child Development Center they may notice almost everything is "miniaturized." From a caring, well-trained staff to small-sized chairs that are just the right size for toddlers and preschoolers, this CDC is a place where children come first. By focusing on each child's individual needs, focusing on
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2006
Kaitlyn Mergil hula hoops while her friends watch at the Youth Center Sept. 22.  The Youth Center is a place for kids to go to spend time with their friends, listen to music, watch movies, or dance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tiffany Colburn) Center offers Incirlik youth diverse activities
It's a playground. It's an amusement park. It's a video arcade. No, it's the Incirlik Youth Center. It may seem like a big playground complete with gymnasium, snack bar, skateboard park, tennis courts, foosball tables, big screen TV, video games and loads more for children ages 6 to 18, but the Youth Programs here have a mission. Youth Programs
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2006
The Airman and Family Readiness Center offers free internet access to military members and their family members. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon) FSC gets new name, services offered evolve
The organization Airmen have long known as the Family Support Center is now the Airman and Family Readiness Center. Along with the name change, the way the flight serves the Incirlik community has also evolved. The new name better reflects the services available to the base community, according to AFRC officials. "One of the biggest challenges the
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Base member shares Hispanic heritage experience
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, I would like to share my experiences with the Incirlik community. I was born and raised in the small town of Hoboken, N.J., which is predominantly Hispanic. It seemed like everyone in my town spoke both English and Spanish and there was little distinction between the two languages. The neighborhood stores
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2006
Patricia Presley, committee chairperson for Adana-Incirlik Neighborhood Girl Scouts, goes over the game plan for Girl Scout registration with volunteers at the Base Exchange Sept. 23. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb) Girl Scouts looking for new members
A small organization founded about 100 years ago has gone from an 18-member club to a 3.6 million-member worldwide organization. Hint: This organization only caters to females and is known for selling some of the most famous cookies in the world. Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., which makes its home in New York City, has associations in more than 90
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2006
Chaplain (Maj.) Kenneth Reyes, 39th Air Base Wing Chaplain, baptizes a chapel member at the base pool. (Courtesy photo) Base chapel not a one-day wonder
When many people think of the base chapel they probably think about the services offered every Sunday, but what many might not know is that the chapel here isn't just a one-day wonder. Although, Sunday's church services are a big part of what the base chapel is all about, if you look at its weekly calendar you will find some kind of chapel based
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2006
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