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  • Two win services annual awards

    A 10-year-old family member and Department of Defense Dependant School's teacher were awarded two prizes given away as part of the United States Air Forces in Europe Birthday Bash and U.S. Air Force Services Extreme Summer programs. Col. Jeffrey Hanson, 39th Mission Support Group commander, presented Jessica Sowder with one of the grand prizes from
  • Rich heritage of freedom, respect

    Five years ago on Sept. 23, 2001, 25,000 people gathered at Yankee Stadium for "A Prayer for America," honoring those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Jewish, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Hindu, Protestant, Sikh and Greek Orthodox clergy offered prayers. The prayer service was described as representing the best in America and
  • AAFES: They go where you go

    Did you know Incirlik has a shopping mall? Before you go looking for the multi-level, parking space surrounded Mall of America, try looking at the Army/Air Force Exchange Service facilities. For Team Incirlik, AAFES is in everything we do from renting DVDs and getting alterations done on our uniforms, to having electronics fixed and the Turkish
  • DECA provides ‘taste of home’

    The Defense Commissary Agency-Europe manages more than 50 commissaries in ten countries including the commissary at the 'tip of the sword.' Although Incirlik's location provides some unique challenges, DeCA works hard to ensure local shoppers have the same access to a 'taste of home' as customers in other parts of Europe. "The far-flung locations
  • Incirlik wins 2006 Innkeeper Award

    Service with a smile not only makes you a pleasant person, but it makes the Hodja Inn the winners of the 2006 Innkeeper Award. "We are just thrilled to have won the Air Force Innkeeper Award," said Christine Frazier, Hodja Inn lodging manager. "This is the most dedicated team I've ever had the privilege of working with. New York, here we come!"
  • Five years later Airmen remember 9/11

    September 11, 2001 is a day no American will ever forget. Five years later, flags were flown at half-staff and moments of silence were observed all across the world to commemorate the solemn anniversary. While silent reflection and renewed mourning for the nearly 3,000 lives lost Sept. 11, 2001 were the norm across the world, Incirlik added another
  • IDS: Key to successful vehicle shipment

    While Turkish customs regulations can seem quite complex, especially when it comes to shipping vehicles, working with Incirlik's Delta Shipping representative can ensure that transporting a vehicle in or out of Turkey isn't your most memorable Incirlik experience. The key to a successful vehicle shipment, according to Nazim Isik, Incirlik's Delta
  • Club Beyond teens travel Italian style

    When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, That's Amoré. When the world seems to shine like you've had too much wine, That's Amoré. Decades ago, Dean Martin sang about falling in love Italian style. This week, several teens from Incirlik Air Base are singing about falling in love in Italy ... with pizza. "I had the best pizza I've ever had
  • 90th EARS takes Airmen from five squadrons to form one team

    Most Airmen at the "Lik" are here on 15-month or two-year tours, however, one vital cog on Team Incirlik calls Turkey home for a relatively short amount of time. Members of the 90th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron support the Iraqi and Enduring Freedom air bridge by refueling C-17 Globemaster IIIs and C-5 Galaxys going into Afghanistan and
  • Army engineers vital to “Lik” mission

    The members of the 39th Civil Engineer Squadron aren't the only engineers who work here. As much as the 39th CES does, the "Lik" also relies on its Army engineer counterparts for a great deal of resources. While most of the members of The U.S. Engineer Group (TUSEG), part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Europe District, call Ankara, Turkey
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