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  • King Fish ACE – teaching global mobility to Incirlik Airmen

    Members of the 728th Air Mobility Squadron took part in the first ever King Fish ACE exercise to occur outside of the continental United States, at Incirlik Air Base, Türkiye Jan. 24 through 25, 2024King Fish ACE is a war game designed to show Airmen the capabilities and roles of Air Mobility

  • Local National digitizes Kindly Submitted Letter process

    A KSL is the official form of communication from the 39th Air Base Wing to the 10th TBC. Given the extensive cradle-to-grave process the KSL requires, one local national assigned to the 39th Contracting Squadron, Arda Kandirali, looked to improve things on a large scale and streamline it.

  • 39th CS upgrades to optical fiber cables

    The 39th Communications Squadron completed the installation and activation of optical fiber cables to enable installation of a new crash net system on the airfield here Jan. 26.

  • Incirlik AB hosts annual DECA Inspection

    The Defense and Economic Cooperation Agreement, DECA, team conducted the annual inspection of Incirlik Air Base Jan. 22-24, marking a continuation of the monitoring process for the U.S.-Turkish partnership.

  • U.S., Turkish Airmen conduct first combined CDDAR exercise with TurAF F-16

    The 39th Maintenance Squadron facilitated the first crash, damaged, or disabled aircraft recovery (CDDAR) training exercise with a Turkish air force F-16 Fighting Falcon here, Jan. 8, 2024. The objective of the CDDAR exercise was to test participants’ response to a simulated in-flight emergency

  • INNOVATION TITANS: 728th AMS NCO Provides 3-D Printed Solutions

    Innovation has long been the cornerstone of the Air Force’s identity as a military service. Being at the forefront of technological advances has fostered an enduring culture of creativity and forward-thinking within the ranks. One Incirlik Airman has embraced the challenge of pushing the boundaries

  • 48 Earn Norwegian Foot March Badge at Incirlik AB

    Military members from the 39th Air Base Wing completed the Norwegian Foot March here Dec. 19, between midnight and 6 a.m.The Norwegian Foot March, or Marsjmerket, is a physical challenge in which participants ruck 18.6 miles with 25 pounds strapped to their back.To earn the Norwegian Foot March