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  • You got it, they bought it; 39th CONS

    For children, receiving a new toy for Christmas can bring a smile to their face, but as adults these new toys come in the form of new equipment. With new equipment comes increased productivity, work quality and reduced physical labor, creating the same ear-to-ear grin.So where do these “new toys” come from?The 39th Contracting Squadron members are
  • 3rd Air Force Commander visits Incirlik AB

    U.S. Air Force Major Gen. John Wood, 3rd Air Force commander, and U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Cruz Munoz, 3rd Air Force command chief, visited Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, on Sept. 12, 2018.Wood took command of the 3rd Air Force on Sept. 7, 2018, and his first stop was at Incirlik AB to learn about the service members who are maintaining
  • Agencies integrate to fulfill European mission

    There are many factors that go into how the Airmen of Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, receive their food, household goods and supplies. Before the product is delivered to the customer, many moving parts and multiple agencies must work together seamlessly. When it comes to receiving food and cargo, the 728th Air Mobility Squadron, 39th Medical Group public health office and the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron customs liaison office must come together and collaborate to ensure the products are delivered in a safe and timely manner for public consumption. The process starts with the 728th receiving and offloading an aircraft full of resources.
  • Just wouldn’t be without CE

    At Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, it seems like something is always under construction; well, it is, because the 39th Civil Engineer Squadron is constantly working to maintain and improve the installation. The process to start a construction project does not happen overnight though. “Anyone on base can submit a work order request, and then that work
  • Incirlik takes part in “Safe and Sound Week”

    From Aug. 13 to Aug. 19, 2018, Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, participated in “Safe + Sound Week,” a U.S. Air Force and Occupational Safety and Health Administration initiative, to raise awareness about workplace safety. Safety is a critical aspect in ensuring U.S. Airmen remain operationally capable, but also helps to identify and mitigate occupational hazards in the workplace.
  • Incirlik defenders fight for victory

    Our U.S. Air Force Security Forces members, or defenders, are charged with the mission of protection. Since September 11th, 2001, all defenders have focused on just that, with protection coming in many forms, whether guarding a gate, patrolling or making runs on a deployment. After 14 years, though, a little friendly competition is needed.
  • Making sparks fly; Airman finds passion in his work, art

    During the duty day, U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Dustin Pace can be found creating a different kind of art, by cutting, bending and riveting holes into sheet metal as a structural maintenance member of the 39th Maintenance Squadron.“My job is to make the aircraft I’m working on structurally sound and in better condition than it was given to me,”
  • 39th CES FD excels through the flames

    Members of the 39th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department extinguish a simulated aircraft fire and used the exercise to decrease response time and practice with their equipment to ensure they are sufficiently trained.
  • United Through Reading initiative keeps families connected

    Being separated away from home can often be hard on service members, as well as the families. As a way to boost morale and keep families connected, the Incirlik Air Base Chapel recently began sponsoring the United Through Reading program at a newly renovated room in the Titans’ Refuge. This program allows service members to record themselves reading a book and send a copy of the recording and book to their family.
  • Airman strengthens flight through commitment to bodybuilding

    The physical presence of families and friends is often the backbone and support system Airmen rely on. However, the combination of an unaccompanied short tour, coupled with the fact Airmen cannot leave base, creates unique challenges where an Airman potentially has plenty of free time and is in need of a temporarily family.
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