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  • 39th Security Forces Squadron

    The mission of the 39th SFS is to provide unparalleled security for USAFE's largest weapons storage area. They also provide cutting edge force protection for Incirlik and its geographically separated units in Turkey, security for tanker and airlift operations supporting Operation Enduring Freedom, law enforcement services for Incirlik and support
  • 425th Air Base Squadron

    The 425th Air Base Squadron is a Geographically Separated Unit (GSU) of the 39th Air Base Wing, Incirlik AB, Turkey. Mission Performs as administrative agent and provides mission support for the NATO Allied Land Command Headquarters, Izmir as well as six other associate units operating in Izmir Turkey. Administers the annual $1 million Çiğli AB
  • 717th Air Base Squadron

    The 717th Air Base Squadron, "The Pulse of Ankara," is a geographically-separated unit of the 39th Air Base Wing, Incirlik Air Base, Turkey.Mission The 717th ABS operates the Ankara Support Facility providing world-class support to the entire American Community in the Ankara area including the diverse military community and the U.S. Embassy.The
  • AAFES and Commissary Information

    AAFESIncirlik AAFES websiteMain ExchangeBldg. 3595322-316-6764 322-316-6937 Mon-Sat 0900-2000 Sun 1000-2000 COMMISSARYIncirlik Commissary websiteBldg. 877322-316-6855Mon CLOSEDTue-Fri 1000-1900Sat-Sun 0900-1800
  • Ataturk: Father of modern Turkey

    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is the revered founder of the Republic of Turkey and is the centerpiece of the republic's history. The name Ataturk means father of the Turks and is a title conferred to him by the Turkish National Assembly. His name, statues and image should be treated with respect. Eighty-three years after he came to power and 68 years after
  • Jobs

    Federal Vacancies The Civilian Personnel Section maintains current vacancy information onhttp://www.39fss.com/cps.html. It also provides information on U.S. APFpersonnel employment, a Military Spouse Preference Fact Sheet, and other useful information.Questions or concerns should be directed to the civilian personnel center at your current
  • Host nation sensitivities

    Turks are very proud of their history and the founder of their country, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. They show a great respect to Ataturk's name, pictures and statues. Do not act disrespectfully to Ataturk's name, pictures or statues, including Turkish money, which has Ataturk's picture on it.Saluting Turkish officers while in uniform is not required,
  • Household Goods

    Housing at Incirlik is small so you need to think about what you will bringbefore packing day. Square footage tends to be limited and you will have acarport instead of a garage. Talk with your sponsor before you decide tobring a lot of furniture or your home woodshop...otherwise, you may findthat you do not have the space required when you arrive.
  • Housing

    Military personnel and appropriated government employees are required to resideon base and are not eligible for off-base housing allowances.All houses are equipped with washers, dryers and refrigerators. Check out the interactive housing website for floor plans and
  • Lodging arrangements

    Make temporary lodging arrangements as far ahead of your arrival as possible. The 24-hour arrival point is the Hodja Inn Office, Bldg 1081, DSN 676-9357. Prior to arriving, reservations can be made by calling DSN 676-9353; your sponsor may help you with this as well. If dormitory or base housing is not immediately available, incoming personnel will
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Incirlik History

The U.S. Engineering Group began construction of the base located approximately 250 miles southeast of Ankara, Turkey, in the spring of 1951. The U.S. Air Force initially planned to use the base as an emergency staging and recovery site for medium and heavy bombers. The Turkish General Staff and the U.S. Air Force signed a joint use agreement for the new base in December 1954. Fact Sheet

Sensitivities

Turks are very proud of their history and the founder of their country, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. They show a great respect to Ataturk's name, pictures and statues. Do not act disrespectfully to Ataturk's name, pictures or statues, including Turkish money, which has Ataturk's picture on it. Fact Sheet

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