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  • AAFES announces decrease in fuel prices

    MAINZ KASTEL, Germany - As previously announced the Army & Air Force Exchange Service began adjusting gasoline prices Feb. 1, based on the current weekly U.S. Department of Energy average price plus incremental costs associated with providing gasoline overseas. Military families assigned overseas made it clear they would prefer weekly price changes
  • Jazz concert coming to Adana

    The U.S. Consulate in Adana and Çukurova State Conservatory are pleased to announce a Latin Jazz group, "Duende Quartet," will be performing at the Mithat Ozsan Hall of Cukurova University. The Quartet plays Latin jazz in the style of Mongo Santamaria with a nod to the Blue Note Records sound of the 1960s. They capture the vibe of the jazz combo,
  • The 2007 General Eugene L. Eubank Evaluation

    The 39th Services Squadron, commanded by Lt. Col. Dale Bruner, is focusing in on winning its third Gen. Eugene L. Eubank Award in the past five years. This award recognizes the best small services squadron in the Air Force. The significance of this award is that it recognizes team effort and doesn't single out any one or any group of individuals.
  • NPO excels with dinner

    More than 240 Team Incirlik members attended the National Prayer Observance dinner held Jan. 26 at the chapel which featured the Air Force chief of chaplains, Maj. Gen. Charles Baldwin. The observance which is traditionally held as a breakfast, was changed to a dinner to better accommodate the Team Incirlik community. "We hoped offering an evening
  • Super Bowl should mean super safety

    As millions of people will gather around televisions to watch the Indianapolis Colts take on the Chicago Bears this Sunday, or Monday for us here, people should be wary of safety to make sure their Super Bowl Sunday doesn't turn into a super disaster. It is a commonly known fact that the Super Bowl has become a near-national holiday for Americans,
  • What do you think?

    It has been a few months since the Public Affairs office decided to transition the base newsletter online. Our goal in doing this was to provide our audience with up-to-date base news, information and upcoming events. With that said we want to know what our viewers think of both Incirlik Now and Incirlik Express. By asking each of you what you like
  • Officials announce new uniform wear date

    The new airman battle uniform will start making appearances in military clothing sales starting late this year and will be mandatory to wear in 2011. Below are some helpful questions and answers about the new uniform. To see pictures of the new uniform click here. Q1: When is the mandatory wear date for the ABU? A1: October 2011 (FY12). Q2: Will we
  • Alternate tax-assistance location announced

    Due to construction at the Airman and Family Readiness Center, tax assistance will be available at the Community Center, located in Building 970, from Feb. 5 to 15. IRS-trained volunteers will be at the Community Center Mondays through Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m. to help answer your questions as you prepare your taxes by using
  • RSDs: A thing of the past, present

    In the late 1950s, political and religious turmoil caused tension in the Middle East in the late 1950s that was spawned by the Lebanon Crisis (click here for the rest of the 1956-1960 Incirlik history article). American military presence slowly diminished with the end of the Lebanon crisis and for Incirlik that meant the first rotational squadron
  • Team Incirlik floods to theater by the 100s

    The Oasis Movie Theater had been closed for more than three months, but when the doors opened Jan. 27 the line to see "Happy Feet," which began at 5 p.m., could be seen as early as 4:20 p.m. More than 450 Team Incirlik members came out to see the three movies offered throughout the weekend. "The opening was more than we expected," said Steve Hills,
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