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  • Taking the next step

    Students from Incirlik American School showed up to the media center there for college night. More than 20 students from the high school show up to explore their education and job opportunities after graduation.
  • Guard members get unlikely mascot

    On any given day, a person could take a stroll through the 90th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron's facilities and run into the dog known as KC. KC, an Anatolian Sheppard, is the unofficial mascot of the 90th EMXS, and every unit that makes their way through here ends up caring for her as if she were one of their own. As the story goes, KC just
  • Jersey hands over reigns to Illinois

    The 108th Air Refueling Wing, McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., passed the refueling reigns to the 126th Air Refueling Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Before departing the 108th made their mark in supporting Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Over a hundred service members from McGuire's "super tanker" unit took over the 90th Expeditionary
  • Incirlik drivers are reminded to think safety first

    With the Incirlik American School year approaching the half way mark and new Airmen and dependents joining the Incirlik family, officials at the 39th Air Base Wing safety office and IAS want to ensure all students and parents continue to send off and return Incirlik's children from classes safe and sound. For many Incirlik students the school day
  • Patriots Cheerleaders to visit the 'Lik'

    Cheerleaders for the National Football League's New England Patriots will bring holiday cheer to American troops overseas Nov. 20 to Dec. 2. Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, and Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command here, are sponsoring Operation Season's Greetings. Appearing at USAFE bases and deployed
  • Passport police keeps the 'lik' moving

    Each year, more than 5,000 people arrive and depart Turkey through Incirlik's Passenger Service Terminal. The Turkish Passport Police ensure this process goes smoothly, but not having the proper documentation and paperwork can cause delays and possibly cost travelers money. The list of required items for travel includes: NATO travel orders (for
  • LRS smack equals back to back

    It had all the elements of what a championship game is supposed to be, drama, high-emotions and big plays as the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron won their second consecutive Incirlik Intramural Flag Football Championship with an 18-12 overtime victory over the 39th Contracting Squadron/Civil Engineer Squadron. "We did what we said we were going
  • Winter motorcycle safety a top priority

    Riding a motorcycle, just like driving a car, is not without risk. Adding winter weather to the mix makes getting around on two wheels even more treacherous. Rain is common during the winter here. Riding in the rain can be treacherous because pot holes are not visible when filled with standing water and the possibility of hydroplaning on wet roads
  • LRS edges out SFS in overtime for championship spot

    Offense sells tickets but defense wins games. This slogan was obviously apparent last night during the much anticipated rematch between the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the 39th Security Forces Squadron. The teams were playing for a spot in the championship game against the 39th Contracting/Civil Engineer Squadron and both teams had met
  • ORM: Don't leave it to a roll of the dice

    Operational risk management. If you have been in the Air Force for any amount of time then the words should be familiar. New and haven't heard? Here are the steps broken down. Step 1. Identify the hazard The purpose of this step is to identify as many hazards as possible. A hazard can be any real or potential condition that can cause the mission to
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