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  • OSG brings some holiday fun to the 'Lik'

    Music, singing, cheering and laughter rang from Hangar 4, Nov. 22 as more than 500 people from around the Incirlik community gathered to enjoy the Operation Season's Greetings traveling troupe. The OSG group performers included a combination of the best performers of the Air Force Reserve Band, Warner Robins Air Reserve Base, Ga., country music
  • Incirlik American School names honor roll students

    Incirlik American School announced its honor roll students for the first quarter of the 2006/2007 school year for grades 4 through 12 on Nov. 22. In a ceremony today at students received certificates to commemorate their scholastic efforts. The Principal's Award was given to stundents making all As, the High Honor Roll Award was given to students
  • Basketball season in full swing

    The squeak of basketball sneakers fill the gym, as sweat pours off the exhausted players. Just 20 more free throws are all that is needed to end practice. Basketball season is in full swing for the players of the Incirlik men's varsity basketball team. "We have the talent," said Darryl Campbell, team coach. "We just needed to see how the talent
  • OSG brings joy to Incirlik Airmen

    Members of the Operation Season's Greetings troupe visited Airrmen around Incirlik Nov. 21. The New England Patriots cheerleading squad stopped by the 39th Security Forces Squadron armory to let the Airmen their know they are thankful for all the work they do for their country. Bands from Air Force reserve Command and U.S. Air Forces in Europe are
  • AAFES shoppers save big on Thanksgiving deals

    According to the National Retail Federation, more than 60 million shoppers hit the stores for "Black Friday" 2005, of the millions of shoppers, more than 300 were right here at the 'lik.' To help Airmen and their families get the most value out of their holiday shopping buck this year, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service is providing a host of
  • Augmentees add stability in case big one hits

    The 39th Security Forces Squadron does a great job when it comes to its daily mission, but in case the big one ever hits, the squadron has already taken precautions. Major Bryan Gillespie, 39th SFS commander, said the ready augmentee program trains Airmen from other squadrons to perform basic security functions in cases of extreme emergencies. "The
  • Stepping up to the heat

    Incirlik opened its new structural fire training facility and began training. 39th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters from Engine 12 and Engine 13 begin fire training facility by responding to a call during an exercise Nov. 20. The fire training facility is designed for Incirlik firefighters to conduct structural fire exercises and can reach
  • Preplanning meals prevents holiday stomach woes

    Most of us have fond memories of holiday meals past, with family and friends gathered around a table full of good food. Center for Disease Control estimates that 76 million people get sick, more than 300,000 are hospitalized and 5,000 Americans die each year from foodborne illness. Following the food safety tips below can help prevent unnecessary
  • OSG touches down at the 'Lik'

    Members of the Operation Season's Greetings troupe touched down here Nov. 20 to kick off their 2006 tour. Bands from Air Force reserve Command and U.S. Air Forces in Europe join country music artist Jaime O'Neal, entertainer of the airwaves, Delilah, John Popper of the platinum-selling group Blues Traveler and members of the New England Patriots
  • The Misadventures of Airman Snuffy McDufflebag

    What can I say, the Indianapolis Colts went into Texas Stadium 9-0 and the top team in the NFL, they left 9-1 and all I can say is, "How about them Cowboys?", I told Tim (a Colts fan) we would rock them Bamas. Dallas is riding high and primed for a great Thanksgiving football game. That and the fact that Emmitt Smith danced off with the mirror
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