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  • Services competes for USAFE crown

    In case you haven't heard, the 39th Services Squadron is one of two finalists USAFE-wide for the prestigious 2007 USAFE General Eugene L. Eubank Service Award, recognizing the Best Small Services Squadron, and the 2007 USAFE Food Excellence Award, recognizing the Best Dining Facility. Service's fierce competitors for 2007 are Aviano Air Base,
  • Services club card puts power into Airmen's hands

    Air Force Club Members get additional buying power on base. The newest addition to the Military Free Cash program includes Base Commissaries in the two-point category program designed specifically for Club members. What does that mean to you the Club Member? It means for each dollar in purchases on your card made in all Services activities,
  • FCC helps parents focus on mission

    For most military members with families, dropping the kids off at the Child Development Center Monday through Friday and working a 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift is the weekly habit. The convenience of the CDC makes it easy for parents to drop their children off and know they are getting quality childcare. For some military parents, the CDC lifestyle
  • Third quarter nonjudicial punishments

    During the third quarter of the 2006 calendar year, the following nonjudicial punishments were given to members here. -- An airman first class from the 39th Medical Group received an Article 15 for violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 112A, for use of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and
  • Project CHEER adds spice to life

    Enhancing the quality of life for our single and unaccompanied Airmen is what Project CHEER is all about. Project CHEER stands for Creating Hope, Energy, Enthusiasm and Recreation for our young Airmen and runs from November through March annually. The last fiscal year's Project CHEER program was the best yet - featuring more than 2,150 base-level
  • ATFP: Are you the next target

    "Is that real?" some people remember asking themselves this as they watch plumes of smoke rise in the New York sky that Tuesday morning five years ago. Tragically we all know too well it was real. "Real" at Incirlik Air Base is what "could" happen to you - terrorism. Terrorism is a real and constant threat here, thus the 39th Air Base Wing's
  • October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    This month, the U.S. is celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The purpose of highlighting this month is to shed light on the employment of America's disabled workforce. The goal is to enhance and broaden employment opportunities for the disabled, as well as recognize those overcoming their disabilities and contributing greatly
  • DCIP: A focus on infrastructure

    Family vacations. They are fun and exciting but can easily be ruined by a lack of planning. What happens if you get lost, run out of gas, or encounter a natural disaster? Every family needs a good plan, and a good backup plan. You never know what's going to happen, and you always have to be prepared for the unexpected. The Department of Defense
  • CFC progress report : Time to give back

    With more than 2,000 organizations to choose from, this year's Combined Federal Campaign offers you, your family and your military coworkers an opportunity to give, and receive, in times of need. Since the CFC kick off Oct. 2, more than 400 Incirlik, Eskasir, Ankara and Izmir community members have donated $77,816. Those numbers measure up to
  • Steroids: Not only illegal but dangerous

    It seems like every time someone turns the TV to AFN Sports nowadays, the broadcasters are talking about an athlete using performance enhancing-steroids. Sure, when they are caught they get a smack on the hand, some sort of suspension and of course the media-circus embarrassment. But make no mistake, if a military member is caught using performance